Most of the sites youâ€™ll encounter on the Web are static web pages. These sites donâ€™t change beyond the regular updates by a webmaster. On the other hand, dynamic web pages are web pages that are created on the fly according to preferences that users specify in a form or menu. The sites can be created using a variety of different programming technologies including dynamic ASP.
The problem with these sites is that they donâ€™t technically exist until the user creates them. Because a web crawler canâ€™t make the selections that â€œbuildâ€ these pages, most dynamic web pages arenâ€™t indexed in search engines.
There are ways around this, however. Dynamic URLs can be converted to static URLs with the right coding. Itâ€™s also possible to use paid inclusion services to index dynamic pages down to a predefined number of levels (or number of selections, if youâ€™re considering the site from the userâ€™s point of view).
Dynamic ASP, like many of the other languages used to create web sites, carries with it a unique set of characteristics. But that doesnâ€™t mean SEO is impossible for those pages. It does mean that the approach used for the SEO of static pages needs to be modified. Itâ€™s an easy enough task, and a quick search of the Internet will almost always provide the programming code you need to achieve SEO.