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techmodi 20th October 2010 08:09 AM

Any Different And Special SEO Practices For Dynamic Websites?
 
Hello all,

One of my clients has approved the proposal for web design and development of a dynamic website in PHP. He demanded for SEO practice right from design and development stage. He also demanded to get top ranking for keywords which will be targeted for some dynamic request form web page. Client is very specific and demanding. I want suggestion for the SEO practices on dynamic web pages and especially for newly launched website.

My search is going on but I am really in need of some guidance.

Logan 20th October 2010 08:41 AM

Primarily you need to make sure each url included in the search engines has unique variables such as title tags, headings, etc

The optimization isn't necessarily different, the programming to accomplish that can be ... but its not difficult.

Does every url have unique title tags, etc?

techmodi 21st October 2010 09:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Logan (Post 129028)
Primarily you need to make sure each url included in the search engines has unique variables such as title tags, headings, etc

The optimization isn't necessarily different, the programming to accomplish that can be ... but its not difficult.

Does every url have unique title tags, etc?

Actually the website soon will get start for development (as I already mentioned in the first post). It will get developed within one month but the client is very much concern about the SEO of the website. He wants the SEO practices to be followed right from web design and development stage. I have not worked much on dynamic web pages so I am doing search for this and want to know every thing related SEO for dynamic website.

I soon as I start my work I will let you know the theme of the website and some examples of my work so that you will get clear idea out of it. Thanks for the suggestion! :)

DavidHawke 22nd October 2010 07:23 AM

I agree with Logan, something else to do is to make sure the keyword is in the url itself too.

Setting up "on site" SEO isn't different for different websites. But some setups are easier for the search engines to read than others. If by dynamic you are talking about a flash type website, you are setting yourself up for failure.

Also if your client is trying to get you to guarantee top listings, you'll want to be very careful with that too. While you can set up his website to be SEO friendly, depending on the niche and the keywords, it is doubtful you can get a website to rank high with just the on-site SEO, typically it takes back-links and other offsite methods to get a website to rank high.

It can be done, but if you are only getting paid to build the site and not to do monthly SEO, definitely don't guarantee anything.

techmodi 22nd October 2010 08:26 AM

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Originally Posted by DavidHawke (Post 129179)
I agree with Logan, something else to do is to make sure the keyword is in the url itself too.

Setting up "on site" SEO isn't different for different websites. But some setups are easier for the search engines to read than others. If by dynamic you are talking about a flash type website, you are setting yourself up for failure.

Also if your client is trying to get you to guarantee top listings, you'll want to be very careful with that too. While you can set up his website to be SEO friendly, depending on the niche and the keywords, it is doubtful you can get a website to rank high with just the on-site SEO, typically it takes back-links and other offsite methods to get a website to rank high.

It can be done, but if you are only getting paid to build the site and not to do monthly SEO, definitely don't guarantee anything.

Thanks for such useful suggestion! I will discuss some of the points to client also.:)

techmodi 22nd October 2010 08:36 AM

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Originally Posted by DavidHawke (Post 129181)
Oh yeah, Feel free to download my book on SEO, it tells exactly how to set up an SEO friendly site. The link is just below.

I visited the list, the page has some interesting terms like "How to create content", "Using pictures and videos the best way possible." and "Google Local". I am in need of some more knowledge related to these. I will go through the e-book surely. Thanks!

Social-Media 23rd October 2010 10:57 PM

It does not matter whether a site is static HTML or rendered dynamically using server-side scripting languages... even a Content Management System. Optimization is the same.

The key is rendering optimized HTML. The search engines never see the server-side scripting... they don't know or care whether you're using a CMS or not. Just make sure that the HTML you render dynamically is optimized just like you would that of a static HTML site and life will be good.

jamesparker100 26th October 2010 07:43 AM

Dynamic websites need special attention while doing its SEO. Dynamic website retrieve content on user's request. we need to crawl these pages before user's query so that these pages may rank good once called by the user's query.

DharaKhakhar 1st November 2010 03:11 AM

Go through this link for your research.
 
hello,
you will get many tips and guidance from this link.i think this will give you additional and useful information on your question.

http://helloexpert.com/landing_searc...ebsite&commit=

techmodi 4th November 2010 02:21 AM

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Originally Posted by DharaKhakhar (Post 129845)
hello,
you will get many tips and guidance from this link.i think this will give you additional and useful information on your question.

http://helloexpert.com/landing_searc...ebsite&commit=

The link is really useful. It's just like an online chat room with so many experts around us and we can also submit query to get instead reply. Thanks! :)

Hampers 5th November 2010 03:09 AM

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Originally Posted by Logan (Post 129028)
Does every url have unique title tags, etc?

Great advice and a useful chore for the over attentive client to do on his/her weekend off!

SEOTools 8th November 2010 10:32 AM

I would suggest that you do a web search for SEO and SEM - that might be able to get you going in the right direction.
Because, most people today - when seeking out products, services or information - turn to the web. And, if your business is not right up there at the top of the search listing - they will never find your business - regardless of how good your products and information is.
To that note, you have to start from day one with your marketing efforts. That way, it will be ingrained in every decision that you make as you go forward. If you want people to find your business online and off - you really have to prefect your online and offline marketing efforts as soon as possible.

fairdoes 10th January 2013 10:09 AM

With newly launched website, presumably having no pagerank, you need to avoid duplication of content and urls. For example wordpress typically generates many tags for each post, and if these are nofollow, the link juice will all go to the post.

BeBizsmart 1st December 2013 02:12 AM

Yes there are special practices for dynamic websites. If the site design includes frames, Flash, scripted menus, parallax scrolling or any other dynamic content for that matter, you need to pay special attention to the design itself (or redesign, believing the site is already live). Reason is because mistakes here can result to the site going MIA on the search results and shuts down traffic.

Ensure the content on each page is unique (not just for dynamic sites) and each page loads fast as well. In case you do encounter problems, or suspect things aren't right, how about a site audit with the aim of revealing its domain name, code, server settings, navigation, content organisation, themes, search engine crawlability etc...

Survey Dave 5th December 2013 06:27 PM

The link did not work for me :(

fairdoes 3rd April 2014 12:05 PM

It depends which 'dynamic' php software you use. The most thoroughly researched is probably Wordpress, there are whole books about it, and one of the experts (yoast.com) recently decided to offload it to his hosts, which gives some idea how difficult it is.

AvniShergill 15th April 2014 05:36 AM

SEO techniques doesn't differ for static and dynamic website. What you should consider is the proper title tag and URL of your site.

patriciakramer 15th April 2014 06:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DavidHawke (Post 129179)
I agree with Logan, something else to do is to make sure the keyword is in the url itself too.

Setting up "on site" SEO isn't different for different websites. But some setups are easier for the search engines to read than others. If by dynamic you are talking about a flash type website, you are setting yourself up for failure.

Also if your client is trying to get you to guarantee top listings, you'll want to be very careful with that too. While you can set up his website to be SEO friendly, depending on the niche and the keywords, it is doubtful you can get a website to rank high with just the on-site SEO, typically it takes back-links and other offsite methods to get a website to rank high.

It can be done, but if you are only getting paid to build the site and not to do monthly SEO, definitely don't guarantee anything.

Thank you for this information its really very useful for me.

Amol55 15th April 2014 07:28 AM

I don't think there are particular technique. just target and select your keywords properly and do proper On page optimization. the other important thing is give a proper location to search engine crawlers.

Rajiv 15th April 2014 08:04 AM

As I think one must not start SEO practices right from the development at least one must do on page then go for that because changes in the URL and keywords affect. So I can't suggest you.

fairdoes 30th January 2015 11:24 AM

It depends on the platform. Make sure it doesn't reproduce the same content with more than one url. If it is liberal with tags, I'd make them nofollow and the content yesfollow.

handsomegenius 17th October 2015 01:27 AM

There are a couple of issues you have to deal with on a dynamic website that are less problematic on a static site.

The first is duplicate content. Dynamic websites can show the exact same page on a potentially infinite number of URLs, and many of them might get crawled and indexed. This can happen on static sites too, but on nowhere near the same kind of scale.

The other thing you might need to pay attention to on your dynamic site is load speed. Static websites tend to be a lot faster, all else being equal. Poorly configured dynamic sites might take ages to load and this can hurt your search performance.

These days, dynamic sites are the norm for most business websites.. even when the site is doing nothing that couldn't be delivered in static, people will opt for a CMS like Wordpress for its ease of use, wide availability of themes etc. So any up-to-date SEO advice you follow will almost always be written for a dynamic site.

larinaperez4 17th October 2015 07:31 AM

SEO practice for Dynamic websites
 
SEO will be always same for both static or dynamic sites.

handsomegenius 17th October 2015 07:48 AM

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Originally Posted by larinaperez4 (Post 235302)
SEO will be always same for both static or dynamic sites.

How much URL query parameter stuff are you dealing with on your static sites?

nationwidemea 4th November 2015 02:50 AM

My website is wordpress based and since its creation i m getting problems with meta title which i cant resolved even i get it checked by developers but none of them yet to come to any conclusion. The issue is regarding the title of my home page, which i changed from wordpress admin panel through a yoast plugin and it's showing in the website frontend that i have changed but once google crawl my home page, it did not pick the title and instead just write my name of the company.

Anyone help please.

jeffscott 18th December 2019 04:28 AM

Usually it will start in diagnosing the website pages and designs so that we will know the current condition of the site pages then implement the recommended on page seo.


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