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  • Is vbulletin search engine searchable?

    Hi,

    i would like to know if vbulletin is search engine searchable. What i mean is the various information in the posts and threads of vbulletin forum is able to be spidered by SE and appear in search engine listings like google or yahoo.

    Thanks

    Tony

  • #2
    Yes, Search Engines have no problem spidering vBulletin.

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    • #3
      Under normal circumstances search engines should have no problem indexing vBulletin, your fora, threads and posts. However, people like Dani from DaniWeb have written WONDERFUL guides on how to SEO your fora and there are also custom products like vB SEO that are currently available.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by James Kojiro
        Under normal circumstances search engines should have no problem indexing vBulletin, your fora, threads and posts. However, people like Dani from DaniWeb have written WONDERFUL guides on how to SEO your fora and there are also custom products like vB SEO that are currently available.
        Which are totally not nessary.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Zachery
          Which are totally not nessary.
          So we don't need all these stuffs, spider will just come.

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          • #6
            Search engine spiders don't really have any problem spidering dynamic links at this point. But if you want to just for your satisfaction you can use free plugin from www.vbulletin.org to turn all vbulletin links into search engine friendly urls. For example: http://www.relforums.com/. You will notice all the forum links in my community have the .html extension.
            Out to Change the world!

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            • #7
              Same with my company's support fora: http://www.thecoldwoodstudios.com/forums/ .

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              • #8
                Originally posted by roosevelt
                For example: http://www.relforums.com/. You will notice all the forum links in my community have the .html extension.
                Hey, your forum thread are not able to open up in my browser. what happen?

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