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how do I provide links for search engines in a database driven site

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Hi Gurus

How do I provide links that search engines can follow if my site is created in PHP and MySql and I always put the session ID in the
link (header)? Are there any special tricks?

Basically, I want the search engines to be able to find my pages.

Do you need to know more, please ask.

Cheers

Nicolaas

how do I provide links for search engines in a database driven site

Jul 17 '05 #1
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"WindAndWaves" <ac****@ngaru.com> wrote in message
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Hi Gurus

How do I provide links that search engines can follow if my site is created in PHP and MySql and I always put the session ID in the link (header)? Are there any special tricks?

Basically, I want the search engines to be able to find my pages.

Do you need to know more, please ask.


If a user can get to a page using a browser, there's no reason why a search
engine crawler cannot--especially when cookies are not used.

The most effective way to submit links into a search engine is to post them
at various blog sites. It has become rather futile to use the regular
submission mechanism since your site would probably end up with a pagerank
of 6 million.
Jul 17 '05 #2

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