|FROM ||Ron Guerin
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Search Engine Listings Effected?
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Subject: Re: [hangout] Search Engine Listings Effected?
From: Ron Guerin
To: Joe Villari
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Date: 11 Jun 2003 19:54:33 -0400
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On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 16:53, Joe Villari wrote:
> I'm looking a doing an entire client's web site using cgi perl script
> and mysql and NO embperl is not an option. I'm thinking of using a
> Will this undermine search engine recognition if the index.html page
> actually contains all the necessary info required by search engines?
Search engines are funny beasts. Visit the site in lynx and you'll see
what a search engine sees, except they don't see inside framesets. They
Just avoid the temptation to use your CGI to produced a tweaked page
when a spider visits. Search engines take a dim view of that even when
you're not overtly trying to manipulate them.
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