A gateway page is the initial page that your visitors will see. These are the pages which have a flash intro, or an "Enter Here" graphic. Gateway pages offer the opportunity to create a page which is optimum for search engines to index your page. But this must be done carefully for the full effect.
Also known as a "jump," "doorway," or "bridge" page. In order to optimize a Web site's ranking with search engines, some Webmasters build gateway pages, pages customized to each search engine with specific meta tags and keywords. These pages are intended to appeal to search engine robots, and aren't always visible to customers who visit the Web site.
Some are the same as divider pages, such as the For Students or For Faculty gateway; others lead to whole subsites (e.g., For Alumni or For Parents)
a copy of your introductory page with embedded tracking
a full page on UK Psychics (in its own directory) with your name, photo or logo, a description of the goods or services you are offering, and your contact details
a page designed specifically for search engine submission and is created around a specific set of keywords
a page that recieves another page and displays it within e
a page that you place somewhere out on the web, usually on a seperate domain or even server from your own, that sends users and spiders alike to your website
a single, centralized destination on a web site to which readers are directed before viewing MathML content
a single web page specially constructed to drive traffic to your main web site's Home Page
a small additional page on your Web Site, which contains only basic information - a Title, a Description, and a set of Keywords
a small site that is heavily optimized and used to get more traffic to your existing site
a web page which are not
This is another way to get banned by a Search Engine. These pages are not designed for the visitors. The are usually optimized for one keyword and only exist to get high rankings in the Search Engines Results Pages. They are sometimes called a Doorway Page.
a page designed as an entrance page to your site. In some cases it is optimized for a specific keyword phrase or search engine. It is also referred to by some as a doorway page. By definition, it has no links into it from your site.
Also known as a doorway page. A gateway page is not a popular technique to most search engines because of their intent. These pages are specifically designed to drive traffic to the main site by "deceiving" visitors.
a technical device used to direct search engine traffic to a web site.
A page whose sole function is to lead visitors to other pages of the site. Example, a page that provides a hyperlinked list of products that visitors can choose from - but does not provide any detailed descriptions of the products.
An unethical SEO practice. A web page optimized for certain keyphrase/s with the specific purpose of leading you to another page i.e. they offer nothing of value in themselves. Can be penalised by the search engines for this practice, so don't do it.
Gateway Page are web pages that are created to rank high in search engines for particular phrases with purpose to seduce or hoax you to watch another page. They are also known as bridge pages, portal pages, zebra pages, jump pages, gateway pages, entry pages and by other names.
This is a document on your Web site is designed for search engines, not necessarily for human users. Gateway pages are often disqualified from modern search engines because they do not have usable content.
Also known as bridge pages, doorway page, entry pages, portals or portal pages. A web page submitted to a search engine (spyder) to give the relevance-algorithm of that particular spyder the data it needs, in the format that it needs it, in order to place a site at the proper level of relevance for the topic(s) in question. (This determination of topical relevance is called "placement".) There are several reasons why one might want to do this. One, is that the author may not want to publicly disclose placement tactics. Another is that the format that may be easiest for a given spyder to understand, may not be the format that the author wishes to present to his viewers for aesthetics. Still another may be that the format that is best for one spyder may differ from that which is best for another. By using gateway pages, you can present your site to each spyder in the way which is known or thought to be best for that particular spyder.
same as Doorway Page.
Gateway pages can be used in ways that are not problematic. However, gateway pages became popular as a way to submit a page to a given search engine (spyder) to please the relevance-algorithm of that particular spyder in order to achieve good rankings. A gateway page may also be used to present one set of content to a spider and another to viewers of the page.
synonym for doorway page
A Web site page that is designed to give search engine spiders everything they need to properly categorize and catalog a site. Most search engines ban such pages and pro-actively seek to eliminate the results from such pages in their inclusions.
See doorway pages.
Also called a doorway page. A gateway page exists solely for the purpose of driving traffic to another page. They are usually designed and optimized to target one specific keyphrase. Gateway pages rarely are written for human visitors. They are written for search engines to achieve high rankings and hopefully drive traffic to the main site. Using gateway pages is a violation of the Terms Of Service of most search engines and could be grounds for banning. Return to Top of SEO Glossary
see Doorway page
A web page created specifically for submission to a search engine, these pages usually have the keywords or phrases repeated several times in an attempt to influence search engine results. The page is designed for submission and is not viewed by your actual visitors. Gateway pages are in poor taste and are considered spamming. Also known as an entry page, doorway page or bridge pages.
A gateway page is a sub page of a website that caters to a specific audience; either by providing information addressing the needs of that audience, or by aggregating information by subject/topic.
A Web page created in hopes of ranking well for a term in a search engineâ€(tm)s non-paid listings. Sometimes called a â€œdoorway page.