first off, i'm really really sorry if this has been seen a thousand times ... but it seems like everyone has a differing opinion on this one.
ok easiest way is to show you the page - www.lumoslighting.co.uk splits into two sub-sites - domestic.lumoslighting.co.uk and commercial.lumoslighting.co.uk
now - if you browse to either sub-site, on first load, you'll notice the categories on the left all have session id's attached to them - these are needed for when a guest browses the site, adds stuff to cart and then goes to checkout (which requires registration, then products are carried with them)
however, the search engines seem to have a problem with session ids (because of the potentially unlimited amount of urls they can spider) so they tend to leave them alone and not spider them. (apparently)
my question(s) is/are this -
1. Do the search engines care about session ids? (please only a definitive answer)
3. the engines crawling this site is paramount - no rankings - no income.
4. does anyone have any good lighting sites that will link to us?
thanks for your time in replying!
session ids and search engines
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