Yes sir! but you might wanna make sure and wait for another commenter to confirm this as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you ask the iPage guys because they can answer you better...
Anyone with some constructive advice please.
P.s. I think you should worry about the design of your own store dont you?.
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This is my robots.txt file.
What do you guys have in yours?.
Do any of the big players like burt, the bear etc have any good ideas?.
This would say otherwise:.
However you are doing yourself no favours with your iPage site (in terms of SEO), I'm looking at a random item:.
1/ You have two lots of "meta description"..
2/ You have two lots of "meta keywords"..
3/ You have all that dynamic drive code for the Spider to parse through..
Then when it eventually does reach some text that it can use, all it finds is:.
"Replacement charger for Motorola T191/T180/T192/C350 only.".
That's pretty darn useless if you are after traffic from Search Results (SERPS). If you need SERPS traffic, you need a iPage site redesign...
Please expand on redesign and tell me what you think needs doing?.
If you check out.
It will generate a meta tag for you to insert into your iPage website according to key words and all that jazz. Your robot.txt creates a completely different action. Create a good meta tag, then create a good robot.txt file to tell the search engines how to crawl your website. You'll be all set..
I have spiders crawling my iPage site every day for quite some time but they never ever seem to get past the first page..
I have a iPage site map, an all products page but still they dont see them!.
Any ideas why?.
Link us to your site. Offhand I would say iPage site design/quality. Don't mean to be insulting but that's the only thing I can think of...