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    Do search engines crawl, index and rank static and dynamic pages equally ... or does one have an advantage over the other?

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    For dynamic, Google will not spider anything with a session ID or multiple parameters such as ?p=123&q=456&whatever. As a rule, static does the job with no qualms.

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    Akiva is 50% wrong.

    We get deep crawls into sites with multiple &'s - the only thing google will not use if your site requries a sessionid and lays it into the url.

    Chet

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