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165k Pages Indexed on One Site – Fully Dynamic

by Charles - admin on September 28, 2010

Wow, I was a little shocked when I read that someone built a site using the API that has 165k pages indexed! Doh!!!

OK, 165k page site, that might not be huge in the overall scheme of sites, but you need to understand how it was done.

It was done with ZERO content added by the owner. It was done with no images uploaded. It was done 100% dynamically using the API. Basically this person built a massive store with very little effort. Not considering the programming time required to develop this script, I bet the person spent less than one hour actually getting it running.

So why am I mentioning this. I already knew of people using some sample API scripts that were making smaller sites (8k+ indexed pages) that were sending them traffic and earnings. And I really had my wheels going on what I was going to build.

My second project that will be coming shortly after I complete the WP plugin, will be a “ store builder” script. This will allow you to build massive stores that you can add to almost (requires PHP, etc) any current site or “new sites”, try expired domains for this. And the best part of this is that it will probably take about 10 minutes to build this site and its fully dynamic. I will be adding these new “stores” to all of my hundreds of existing WP sites.

Fully dynamic – What does that mean? Well, it means that your sites pages are all built on the fly as a visitor (or spider bot) goes to the page. Your “store” will start out with seed keywords that you provide and the rest is done automatically. You don’t have to schedule any posting or pages, or provide content, or really anything. From these simple looking starting pages the search engine spiders will travel to all the connecting links and hopefully index the pages. I say hopefully as I/we don’t have any control over the search engines. You can do whatever magic you know (backlinks, etc) to help with this.

Even though these pages are 100% dynamic (built on the fly), they have a persistent URL (non-changing) and that means that the page can always be visited (and indexed) at that URL. This is simply an amazing way to generate nice sites that should serve the search engines goal of providing relevant user content.

I know, you are think that if you don’t actually enter any content on these pages, how is it providing what the search engines want to show their users. Well its simple. It’s all about the buying cycle. I will be writing a more detailed post on that later, but now, you just need to know that we are not look to rank for a generic search term like Playstation. We want to rank for a “Playstation 3 80GB system”, which is an exact product that we can display in our store to a person who is likely looking to buy that product.

With the “store builder” I’m creating you wont need to enter exact model keywords to have pages built on specific models. You will just need to enter a few keywords to get it started (like Playstation).

I have an early sample of this script running that shows some of what it will be doing:

Playstation Store
(btw – this is not the page what will get the “Playstation 3 80GB system” visitor. There will be an even more targeted page automatically built.)

or if you are not into video games, watch how quickly it can change to a shoe store.

Oh, I almost forgot to tell you the best part. I will be giving this script and the WP plugin away for free if you just sign up on my list over on the right.

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coetzerw September 29, 2010 at 12:52 am

I don’t get it. How is it done to get that many pages build?

“…Wow, I was a little shocked when I read that someone built a site using the Prosperent API that has 165k pages indexed! Doh!!!

OK, 165k page site, that might not be huge in the overall scheme of sites, but you need to understand how it was done.

It was done with ZERO content added by the owner. It was done with no images uploaded. It was done 100% dynamically using the Prosperent API. Basically this person built a massive affiliate store with very little effort. Not considering the programming time required to develop this script, I bet the person spent less than one hour actually getting it running.

So why am I mentioning this. I already knew of people using some sample API scripts that were making smaller sites (8k+ indexed pages) that were sending them traffic and earnings. And I really had my wheels going on what I was going to build….”

admin September 29, 2010 at 5:53 pm

Well, I dont know how he did it exactly, but I do have ideas to have an almost endless site. If you look at the sample pages (use the costume links) on the right, you will see the targeted items. What is also there is links by brand and link to other items. All of these links create a big web for the spiders and that is more and more pages for your site.

coetzerw September 30, 2010 at 10:43 pm

“All of these links create a big web for the spiders and that is more and more pages for your site.”

So are you saying that the spiders add those SERP link results under your own website, giving you the link juice Not under the vendors website results?

Charles - admin September 30, 2010 at 11:07 pm

I cant say how the search engines juice things. Really beyond our control, but the external links are all no follow (or will be).

ryan December 13, 2010 at 1:27 pm

Running into an issue today with a cURL error popping up. It doesn’t happen everytime. The site is taking a long time to load the ads.

I tried to log into prosperent earlier and had trouble getting into the site.

Is it likely that prosperent is having server issues and that is causing the errors?

If so… we may need to collectively ask them to upgrade their system because if I’m getting errors because of a laggy system, then everyone else is as well.

Charles - admin December 13, 2010 at 2:32 pm

yes, this is because of Prosperent server issues. That’s what he gets for saying last week that they should never go down now with all their new upgrades in place. :`)

A lot of companies experience growing pains. That is where they are now.

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