Big Site? Make the most of it on Google

Written by John Saxon

For many people a five or six page web site is all they need or want, but for others, selling services and products onrepparttar internet, a hundred page site is barely adequate – if you’re one of those companies then here are some tips on makingrepparttar 127993 most of your site on Google and other deep search engines.

One ofrepparttar 127994 sites we manage is 520 pages packed with content and informative articles. It has some 10 / 12 levels of pages in its structure and we became aware that Google only indexed 126 of those 520 pages, what was going on?

Maximising each page

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