Questions Regarding Automated User Generated SEO:
What do you mean when you say some of my products may be invisible to external search engines?
engine spiders follow links from one page to another. That’s how they
know a particular page exists. If a link to a product page does not
exist, an external search engine will never find it, since it would
never even know that the page existed. Even worse, the product page may
actually not truly exist if it is dynamically generated from your
product data base based upon some user action. Either way, you lose
because no external search engine will find it.
How does CyberSiteSearch increase the visibility of my product pages?
your product data, we generate four different product site maps so that
each and every one of your products not only becomes visible, they
become obvious to external search engines.
What is a site map?
site map is a web page that lists other pages on the web site and links
to each of them. This permits visitors and search engines to find these
What are these four product site maps?
are 1) the Total Product Visibility Site Map, 2) the Manufacturer
Information Site Map, 3) the Search Phrase Site Map, and 4) the XML
Site Map. Each serves a slightly different purpose, while reinforcing
What does the Total Product Visibility Site Map accomplish?
map links to each and every one of your products using the product name
as the link text. This is the simplest of the four maps.
How does the Manufacturer Information Map help my products’ visibility?
map links to every product that has manufacturer and/or brand
information associated with it. The link text incorporates
manufacturer, brand, UPC, part number, and model number information,
thereby making external search engine spiders aware that each of these
pages has that information associated with it. These products become
more likely to be found when someone searches for this product using
that type of information.
How does the Product Visibility By Search Phrase Map help?
map links to products using as the link text the actual search words
and phrases that searchers on your site used to find the product. Each
of these products become more likely to be found when someone performs
a search using that same search phrase on an external search engine.
What does the XML Map do for me?
Yahoo, MSN and Ask have adopted a common XML Sitemap standard, which
helps these search engines find and understand all of the pages on a
web site. We generate an XML Sitemap that includes all of your product
pages so that all of your products can be readily found by these search
Do I need to install these map files on my server?
They should be installed on your site. If desired, CyberSiteSearch will
automatically install them for you. You need do nothing.
Do I need to link to these maps?
Yes, we recommend that you link to all four maps from at least one page on your site.
Do I need to notify search engines about these maps? How do they find them?
the maps have been created and installed on your site, we notify
(“ping”) each search engine that new maps are available. You need do
How do search engines know when I add new products or change existing ones?
As soon as you send the product data to us, we create new sitemaps and tell the search engines about them.
What do you mean when you say “Fire and forget sitemaps”?
mean that every time that you send us a new data feed of your products,
all of these sitemaps are automatically created and automatically
installed on your server. Then we automatically notify the search
engines that these new sitemaps exist so that they will visit your site
to peruse them. In other words, just fire off your data feed to us and
then forget about the details; we’ll take care of the rest. You need do
If I subscribe to the Google Product Injection feature, I don’t need your Automated User Generated SEO option, right?
The Google Product Injection and Automated User Generated SEO
options are designed to complement and reinforce each other. We
recommend that you subscribe to both.