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    How many page per product?

    How many pages per product can I put on my site without spamming?

    I saw many site creating dozen of pages per product with different content, but is it allowed by search engines? I am not planning to create as many

    I am thinking about 2 or 3 pages per product to target different keywords with unique content on each article.

    Do you think it will work?
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    I am guessing if you legitimate content about the product, you can create as many as you like. It's just a matter of people reading through it, and buying your product based on the information. Its bad idea to just add in a bunch of keywords in your content, you do not want to make it look like, you are stuffing in keywords.

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    Thanks 5starpix,

    The purpose of creating a few pages for the same product it is just another way for me to offer a different content. No, it won't be stuffing, I hate spammers, why should I be one of them and do the same? I just want to present the same product with different content to target different potential visitors.
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    In that case, all should be fine. I do not see anything wrong with that

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    I like to go with a max of two pages per keyword, because I love indented listings.

    If a product can be promoted using multiple keywords, that could mean a lot more than two pages. For example, if I was selling Clorox I might have two pages optimized for "Clorox" and two pages optimized for "bleach."
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    yeah, 2 or 3 pages per keyword. you should add in your site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natural Elements View Post
    How many pages per product can I put on my site without spamming?
    SEO-wise there's only some much bang for the buck in creating pages with the same keywords. Always consider what makes sense for your readers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    I like to go with a max of two pages per keyword, because I love indented listings.

    If a product can be promoted using multiple keywords, that could mean a lot more than two pages. For example, if I was selling Clorox I might have two pages optimized for "Clorox" and two pages optimized for "bleach."
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    SEO-wise there's only some much bang for the buck in creating pages with the same keywords. Always consider what makes sense for your readers.

    That's great to learn, I did not know that, thanks guys

    Another question: Should I make pages with the cart code product? or just make pages with content and links pointed to the cart code product pages?

    The reason I am asking is because the content included with cart code product come from the data base and it is more difficult to master, and the content with links pointed to the cart page product (for example on my guide) come from a regular page in asp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natural Elements View Post
    Another question: Should I make pages with the cart code product? or just make pages with content and links pointed to the cart code product pages?
    I think that would depend upon the type of content you're writing. Does it look like product descriptions or like how-to material?

    I'd be tempted to do one of each.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    I think that would depend upon the type of content you're writing. Does it look like product descriptions or like how-to material?

    I'd be tempted to do one of each.
    I started a project like this with my copywriter, but I held the work because I am not sure to do how-to material. It is a topic more related to the manufacturers or the distributors.

    Right now we have generic and large descriptions on the product pages and more information on the guide product pages. Articles are targetting readers and customers interested in our products, natural ingredients, Hawaii, history, tips, etc

    What we are also trying to do is to implement the Hawaiian culture and the benefits of Hawaiian alternative medicinal plants.

    Anyway, I have many different projects, but we are very limited by the money. So that's a great challenge to take care of everything ourself as much as we can.
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