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Advice on page headers to maximize search engine hits

Knowledge Base Lobby : uStorekeeper Support Conference : General Questions
Dec-15-17 09:11 AM EST
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Advice on page headers to maximize search engine hits
Author John on 11-06-2002 at 14:02 (EST)
Hi!
I'm to the point of worrying about how to maximize search engine exposure for my site. Since the catalog pages are created "on the fly", it seems to me that special techniques are required to inform search engines as to the specific content to be found in the catalog (eg, specific song titles in a sheet music catalog).

Any suggestions?
Thanks!
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  RE: Advice on page headers to maximize search engine hits Bill Weiner, 2002-11-07 06:01:08 (1)

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         1. RE: Advice on page headers to maximize search engine hits
        Author Bill Weiner on 11-07-2002 at 06:01 (EST)
That is correct, since uStorekeeper generates the product HTML pages on the fly, you won't be able to register individual store (category) pages with search engines. Instead, I would suggest coming up with a main store index.html.... which links to the various categories in the store using uStorekeeper's "?command=goto&file=CATEGORYFILE" syntax (described in section 7.1 of the User's Guide). Accompany each link with descriptions/keywords of the products in that category. Then register that index.html page with search engines.

This is just an idea. I'm sure other's will have more ideas on maximizing search engine hits.
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