but I wish there were a few other point of views....
"Roy Schestowitz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> ha scritto nel messaggio
> Big Bill wrote:
>> On Wed, 20 Jul 2005 06:56:35 GMT, "Bobby" <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>I have a site of 120 pages. 10 of this are VERY similar becouse they are
>>>description of similar products. Do you think that it could be dangerouse
>>>? Would I get penalized ?
>>>What do you recommend ? To us <meta name="robots"
>> No beause they'll ignore it anyway and what's the point in having
>> content if it can't be recognised by the engines?
>>>Please let me know
>> Re-write the pages. Get creative.
> Will the different yet similar pages be helpful to the _users_? Splitting
> existing product into separate chunks ('fragmenting') is often worse from
> user's point-of-view as it's deceiving.
> I don't think you will get penalised if the pages vary in content (word
> count) and the phrases vary (flow dissimilarity). Like Bill said, be
> creative and you will not need to exclude pages from the crawling cycle.
> You will also lodge in more SERP's although PR 'energy' will be spread
> among more pages, which will result in ranks declining.
> Roy S. Schestowitz