- Daniel <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mar 05 02:28PM -0800
Oh I didn't know you were a pro web designer. And I didn't know that web
designers are seo experts. And I didn't know that every pro is the bestbin
If you've been working for 15 years and only have 15000 pages up you must
be really slow. I just put up 3500 pages in a month. Since this isn't a
pissing contest you are wrong and spam is spam unless it comes in a can
than it us ham. You are in a public forum boasting about how you game the
system and you say you are a professional.
You can have as many sites as you want but if you use 301 for anything
other than a page or site that has moved and a honest reason, or a redirect
from a mistype or conaical rule enforcement you are low class if you are
using it to spam the results pages.
- danny <email@example.com> Mar 06 11:41AM -0500
3500 pages of crap
- iamdave <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mar 05 01:24PM -0800
I have had e-commerce for about 15 years on a particular product. I
outgrew a few e-commerce solutions during that time. The one I am on
now is nice but the rate has went up over 50$ and my renew is next
March and I will not be staying with them.
Last year I made a secondary site using magento that I hoped to see it
work and then knew if it did I could switch to it with magento.
Problem is my sales were terrible. Same products, same meta tags etc.
but no sales. Very disappointing. So a person suggested that since the
secondary site was a new url I wasn't getting the hits I would have
gotten if I had used my original url and moved the magento store to
it. Does that make sense? My fear of that is if I switch to magento
with the original url and it still doesn't work I have no backup
option and my sales stink and I have no income.
Another option is I have a url I made 15 years ago with static html
pages that have items pointing to my current sites items. I could try
magento on that url to see if the age of the url thing has an impact
So to wrap up I have several options and I need to take the most
logical one and am asking your input.
url #1was my very first url and is about 15 years old and currently
has static pages on it pointing to my current site (url #2) e-commerce
url #2 I've used for internet sales income the past 9 years but the
current shopping cart is to expensive. http://dcmusicstore.com using
url #3 is a site about 1 - 2 yrs old that I installed a magento store
on with the very same items url 2 has and was a test to see if a
magento store would produce sales and let me abandon the continuing
price increases of url #2's e-commerce site. http://maxxsound.net
Options I see:
Option #1 Do I try magento on url #1 as it wasn't working on url #3
since url #1 is much older?
Option #2 Do I push all the chips in and move magento to url #2 and
assume it will work? (problem is I'd have no incoming sales from the
net if this doesn't work)
Option #3 is try a different e-commerce solution altogether like
enterprise on #3, move magento to #2 and have yet another option in
the fire. Problem is for me is running 3 sites for a year test would
be a ton of work. But if it needs done than I'd do it.
What option seems the most logical to you? What I need is sales with
an affordable e-commerce solution. I have roughly 6k items. Please use
the poll but more importantly post why you feel this is the best
action. I sincerely appreciate your input.
Many thanks for your input.
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