Question: What are thedynamic URL’s?
Answer: Dynamic URL’s usually are URL’s coming from a database or search. Search engines on a specific site often will generate them. They usually have weird characters in them like the ? (question mark) or & (Ampersand).
Here’s the deal. Google is attempting to index the entire web, and wants to index pages that are not here today gone tomorrow. Why would it want to send a searcher to a page that was ‘dynamic,’ and by definition created ‘on the fly?’ It wouldn’t. So dynamic URL’s are severely deprecated in Google search results. Go do real searches and look for highly placed dynamic URL’s – you won’t find them.
What happens is many web designers do not understand this, or are just lazy. So they generate dynamic URLs. What you want to do instead is generate ‘pseudo static URL’s (You can Google that); then this content DOES have a chance of being indexed and coming up on top.
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