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NOVEMBER 17, 2011 [Session ID] Duplicate Content in a Post-Panda World
6) Session IDs. On occasion, that parameter ends up in the URL and gets indexed, creating something like this: That image really doesn’t do the problem justice, because in reality you can end up with a duplicate for every single session ID and page combination that gets indexed.
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JANUARY 12, 2009 [Session ID] Should You Follow Google's New Recommendations on Dynamic URLs? Probably Not
As much as Id love to believe that Google no longer needs webmasters to clean up their URLs for Googlebot, the hard truth of the matter is that Googlebot STILL stumbles across the same content at varying URLs and mistakenly indexes all copies -- even returning one version of these URLs with some queries and other versions with other queries. FACT: URLs with keywords in them rank better in the SERPs than those with product IDs.
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JANUARY 12, 2009 [Session ID] Bruceclay.com - User Generated Content & Search - SEO Blog
Internet Marketing » Blog « Issues In Analytics | SEO Blog | Buzz Monitoring » August 23, 2007 User Generated Content & Search Posted by Lisa Barone Rebecca Lieb is moderating this morning’s User Generated Content & Search session with speakers Andrew Goodman (Page Zero Media), Matt McGee (Marchex) and Lee Odden (TopRank Online Marketing).