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How many pages do ya got?

truckin asked 2 years ago
How many pages do you have on your main site?
:terms: :blahblah: :drink:
10 Answers
deaning answered 2 years ago
And do you update them every day/week/month/year/decade/never?

Holis answered 2 years ago
Not enough pages, but my wife has taken the plunge and quit her job to write articles ( She loves writing and has a nack for it! )

Im trying to add 10 to 20 pages a week, overall goal is 1k pages.

rtb1980 answered 2 years ago
Holly Shiz-nit….

I never thought I would need 1000+ pages….

I better get on the ball……

webber286 answered 2 years ago
Somewhere in the 2600-2700 range. Most of the pages are dynamically built from a database. Updated on-going, but through a database administration tool to keep things a little easier.

kwblue answered 2 years ago

Did you create the database administration tool or are you using an ‘out of the box’ solution? I have done both, but am just curious what your method is.

The problem with my custom admin tool is that it only works for one site <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” /> Unless, of course, I re-write it towards another db)


webber286 answered 2 years ago
It’s a home grown tool, created in ASP running on SQL.

Greek39 answered 2 years ago
I am a proud owner of 10 semi complete pages. Plan on adding two more soon. The funny thing is I am doing great relatively speaking. Actually making a profit, rank high for serps and pr 4. To make matters more interesting I don’t know what I am doing right. Out of the google sandbox in less than two months. Well its not 100% uneducated website building I just read the manual and went at it. I find it confusing.

I am begining to think less main pages more subpages. Greek39

Oneguy2nv answered 2 years ago
deaning wrote:
And do you update them every day/week/month/year/decade/never?

Guess I should change some of those copyright years. <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

CrapsRus answered 2 years ago
500-600 on one site, 240 on another site, 400-500 on still another one, but you need to up date them at least once a month or you will be wasting your time. So think about how you are going to update them before you write all those pages.:rasta:

JackpotMountain answered 2 years ago
You can find the number of pages on a website by going to Google and entering site:NAME OF

You may be astounded at some of the results!