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My 2 Cents What Is Gateway Page

Discussion in 'General SEO Topics' started by Zirkon Kalti, Mar 18, 2016.

  1. Zirkon Kalti

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    Gateway page, also known as doorway page, entry pages, jump pages, bridge page, is a webpage that is designed to attract traffic from the search engine but when the visitor clicks on it, you will be redirected to another site. Spammers use gateway pages to rank for certain phrases. The template on this type of pages tend to be generic and easy for other people to duplicate by simply making minor changes. Usually, gateway page does not provide enough information for what the user is looking for. The doorway page will usually include a Click Here link or automatically redirect the user to the content page. This is why it is also called jump pages.
     
  2. hariandro

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    Hello zirkon nice thread..Gateway pages are pages specially optimized for one search engine and 1-3 keywords. They are also known as "doorway," "bridge," "entry," "jump" or "supplemental" pages. Gateway pages stand on their own, separate from the rest of a site. They usually feature a logo, some text and a link that encourages visitors to enter the site.
     
  3. pranjalpolymers

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    Gateway pages are pages specially optimized for one search engine and 1-3 keywords. They are also known as "doorway," "bridge," "entry," "jump" or "supplemental" pages. Gateway pages stand on their own, separate from the rest of a site.
     
  4. johnsmith123

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    Gateway pages are pages specially optimized for one search engine and 1-3 keywords. They are also known as "doorway," "bridge," "entry," "jump" or "supplemental" pages. Gateway pages stand on their own, separate from the rest of a site.
     
  5. Andaman

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    Hi,
    Gateway pages are pages specially optimized for one search engine and 1-3 keywords. They are also known as "doorway," "bridge," "entry," "jump" or "supplemental" pages. Gateway pages stand on their own, separate from the rest of a site.
     
  6. jones Roy

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    Gateway page is also known as a doorway page. A gateway page is a page which is designed to attract the attention of search engines and potential users by quickly outlining the purpose and function of a website and providing people with an index of resources.
     
  7. Raj Gawdi

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    Okay nice information. I was not aware of this topic. Thanks
     
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    Gateway is a phrase used by webmasters and search engine optimizers to describe a webpage designed to attract visitors and search engines to a particular website. A typical gateway page is small, simple and highly optimized.
     
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    Gateway is a phrase used by webmasters and search engine optimizers to describe a webpage designed to attract visitors and search engines to a particular website. A typical gateway page is small, simple and highly optimized. Its primary goal is to attract visitors searching for relevant key words or phrases, and provide hyperlinks to pages within the website.
     
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    Gateway pages are pages specially optimized for one search engine. Gateway pages stand on their own, separate from the rest of a site.
     
  11. neelseowork

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    Gateway pages are pages specially optimized for one search engine and 1-3 keywords. They are also known as "doorway," "bridge," "entry," "jump" or "supplemental" pages. Gateway pages stand on their own, separate from the rest of a site. They usually feature a logo, some text and a link that encourages visitors to enter the site.
     
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    Doorway pages are defined as low-quality pages (or groups of pages, or entire websites) optimized to rank well for specific keywords that act as a door between users and content. Characteristically, they offer little value to visitors and serve the sole purpose of boosting SEO value.
     
  13. Alberto Costa

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    Doorways Pages are created for spamdexing. These pages are redirects visitors on some other web pages without their knowledge in the form of some cloaking.
     
  14. Anne Roberts

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    Passage pages are pages extraordinarily optimized to you quit offering on that one web index Furthermore 1-3 keywords. They are otherwise called "doorway," "bridge," "entry," "jump" or "supplemental" pages. Passage pages stand ahead their own, separate starting with whatever remains of a site.
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