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    Need help, source code differs from page view

    I always look at my competion how they get a high rate, What I found here is quite interesting, but I dont know how they did it. Can somebody help me to understand.

    Look at http://www.gewoongezond.nl ( Nutricion website)

    Look at the source and you see a page optimized fot the search engines and a sitemap.

    I cant see any redirection or so or how they did this.

    Can somebody help here?

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    Re: Need help, source code differs from page view

    well, i dont see any re-direction, they have a few things they should fix, but nothing that makes their page unusable. some things that they have that you may not have is:
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    <meta name=description content="Gewoon Gezond, Herbalife distributeur voor afslanken - met Herbalife afvallen, aankomen, gewichtsbeheersing, cellulitis, maaltijdvervangers, Herbalife sportvoeding afslanken, snel afvallen herbalife, afvallen dieet herbal life en herballife"><meta name=keywords content="Herbalife,herbal life,afvallen,gezondheid,cellulitis,herbalive,herballife,herbal life,gewichtsbeheersing,afvallen,afslanken,aankomen,gewichtstoename,herbalife,snel afvallen,herbal life gezond,aankomen,gewichtsbeheersing,sportvoeding,producten gezondheid,voedingssupplementen herbalife,distributeur,online bestellen,gratis advies,sportvoeding,herbalive,maaltijdvervanger,voedingssuplementen,voedingssupplement,sportvoeding,maaltijdvervangers,Dordrecht,Rotterdam,Breda, Eindhoven,Tilburg,atkins dieet,dieten,lijnen,afslanken met Herbalife bestellen">
    but i believe most search engines only take the first 15, so this page is overdoing it.

    let me see your page, and i will try and give some pointers

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    Re: Need help, source code differs from page view

    thanks for your reply,
    The metags I understand quite well,. What I cannot figure out is that if you take the code of their page(via explorer, and paste it in a webeditor like VNU) that page will be a completely different page then the page you see via their URL, so I thought this must be a redirection, but I cannot see any redirection.

    And because the code is complete optimized for the search engines (like a doorway or cloaking page its rather efficient how they do it)


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    Re: Need help, source code differs from page view

    look at this code! it uses frames to completely coverup everything, but allows search engines to see the other stuff:
    HTML Code:
    <html>
    
    <head>
    <frameset rows="*">
    	<frameset cols="*,*" frameborder="0" framespacing="0" border="0">
    		<frame name="google" src="http://www.google.com" scrolling="no" noresize>
    		<frame name="yahoo" src="http://search.yahoo.com" scrolling="no" noresize target="_top">
    	</frameset>
    </frameset>
    </head>
    
    <body>
    <noframes>you can put anything here for search engines to pickup, but the rest of the people of the world will never see it, unless they look at your html!
    
    you can put links:<br>
    <a href="http://www.google.com">google</a><br>
    you can put images for engines like <a href="http://images.google.com">google images</a><br>
    or anything else that will help with search engines, but this is the cheep way out of this.<br>
    i have heard that google and yahoo will get mad at people when thay do stuff like this though!
    </body>
    
    </html>

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    Re: Need help, source code differs from page view

    Thanks for your help and clear answer, I understand how they did it. In my opinion it is something Google will not happy about, or is this completely acceptable according to the guideline of Google.?

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    Re: Need help, source code differs from page view

    yes, it is a big no-no with google!

    check out this link:
    http://www.rlrouse.com/prevent-getting-banned.html

    i could count atleast 3 that he is against the rules!



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