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Google and IFRAME

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by honcivex, May 9, 2006.

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    I know search engines do not likes frames, but what about IFRAME? How does google see IFRAME? I want to let my affiliates use IFRAME to show my banner. Will google consider the banner url as a backlink or will it totally ignore the IFRAME?
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    honcivex, May 9, 2006 IP
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  2. Tim_Myth

    Tim_Myth Peon

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    An IFrame is an Inline Frame, as such, google sees it as a seperate page than the actual page displaying the frame. Having your affiliates place your banner in an iframe will help the page displaying your banner get indexed, but I highly doubt they will count as backlinks.
     
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  3. Roman

    Roman Buffalo Tamerâ„¢

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    The banner on the IFrame is on a seperate page as Tim says, but since your page is linking to the page shown in the IFrame , G will most likely index it as well, give it PR, etc. and the banner will get a backlink and all the perks, etc.
     
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    I agree with Roman. G seems to follow IFRAMEs without a problem. I have numerous IFRAMEs indexed, but no PR yet. Only one link to each one, too.
     
    Netizen, May 9, 2006 IP
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    chachi The other Jason

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    you can always exclude the page(s) in robots.txt so that Google will not index them
     
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    Why not just give them the code for the image and make it a proper link? Or use a SSI to make it invisible.
     
    mad4, May 10, 2006 IP
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    nervo Active Member

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    On some of my sites I have few IFrames that actually have P3 ...
     
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    iframes can have PR just like any other page if there are links to the page........
     
    mad4, Jun 5, 2006 IP
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    Directory4 Well-Known Member

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    Iframe page needs link from elsewhere in your web pages or any spaces. You need to active it as the visible page. That is the great way to let iframe get indexed easily and search engine friendly.
     
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    the banner will only count as one backlink.
     
    jeany, Dec 16, 2009 IP