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    Question The Myth: SEO for Static VS Dynamic URL

    U must hv been heard about google is work best on its search engine crawler on Ur site if Ur pages r in static URL such like malaysia tour italy alcatraz grand at malaysia-tour.com

    Static vs. Dynamic urls

    but any1 can confirm me on tis? some says static pages index faster than dynamic pages & they rank better too, some other says google can index dynamic pages included it's parameters, mayb U guys can guide me some useful sources

    I also need a gd URL rewriting for IIS so tat I cld reformat my links & URL for my dynamic pages

    Thnks

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    Why don't you do this:

    Go to google, search a few keywords, and for each keyword count the number of static pages and dynamic pages that are listed on the first page.

    That should answer your question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingwp View Post
    some says static pages index faster than dynamic pages & they rank better too, some other says google can index dynamic pages included it's parameters
    Both statements are half true. Google can index dynamic pages and they will be indexed as quickly and rank as well as static pages AS LONG AS they do not contain session ID's or many parameters overall. Dynamic pages are a problem when you have the same content appearing on lots of different URL's. That should be avoided.

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    Here's what Google says word-for-word about dynamic pages:

    Yes, Google indexes dynamically generated webpages, including .asp pages, .php pages, and pages with question marks in their URLs. However, these pages can cause problems for our crawler and may be ignored.

    If you're concerned that your dynamically generated pages are being ignored, you may want to consider creating static copies of these pages for our crawler.

    If you do this, please be sure to include a robots.txt file that disallows the dynamic pages in order to ensure that these pages aren't seen as having duplicate content. In addition, you might consider creating and submitting a detailed Sitemap of your pages.

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