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From Ovidiu Predescu <ovi...@cup.hp.com>
Subject Re: Search Engine Optimization and Cocoon
Date Fri, 12 Apr 2002 17:44:24 GMT
On Fri, 12 Apr 2002 12:40:10 +0200, Bert Van Kets <bert@vankets.com> wrote:

> One of my *things* is Search Engine Optimization or SEO.  SEO tries to 
> define the rules a site must comply to to be "found" by search engines and 
> thus get a lot of relevant visitors.  I found Cocoon to be a perfect 
> platform to do server side programming that can be hidden entirely from the 
> client.  Even page optimization is possible.
> There is a rather important rule that is broken by some samples: "Some 
> major robots (programs that requests and index the content of your site) 
> will not index your page and thus not follow the links in it if you use a 
> querystring in the URL."  This rule is not important if you use forms, 
> since robots will never enter data and submit a form.  I hope that passing 
> parameters in the URL will not be a "standard" thing in Cocoon.
> I am willing to spend some time to compile a text that explains how the 
> benefits of Cocoon can be used in SEO.  Anybody interested?

I am interested in this, as I was planning to use a parameter to store
continuation ids for the flow engine, instead of encoding it in the
URL.

Please let me know when you compile the text, I'm very interested in
reading this.

Thanks,
Ovidiu

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