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    Google X Dynamic Pages

    My site has dynamic pages (asp) and it doesn't get indexed by google. The only pages found are the ones from the mediakit (which are .html). Can you give me some advice on how to change this? Do I have to change URL structures? How? If you want to take a look at the website the url is http://www.percagordura.com.br . Thanks a lot.

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    Chris Beasley - I publish content and ecommerce sites.
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    google has always indexed my asp pages.
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    But why is the mediakit page of my site (html) the fist thing google finds? I suspect html pages have more weight on google's relevance system. What do you think? What are the main things google consider when ranking the web site pages. My site is more visited and has more content than many pages that are showing ahead of it in the ranking; and these pages are html. Why?
    Thanks a lot.

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    media kits usually do rank high, not because of how they are coded, but because you usually have a link to your media kit, contact information, disclaimer, whatever, on every page of your site.

    Content pages in your site may only have 2 or 3 inbound links so they're given a lower ranking. But if you link to something on every page of your site then it will be default be given a higher rank because of all the inbound links.
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    Google.com

    Google.com is a goldmone for advertisers. If you can geta #1 ranking you will be raking in the dough. This is why google is making it hard to get a higher ranking.

    There are two ways of looking at it
    1. google wants to supply high quality results
    2. you want hits

    ther are both conflicting vews your arent going to change google so you must change.

    Dont ask me how!

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