I have a question regarding the Google Results Clustering (listing only 2 pages for a specific keyword). What I'm wondering is: I have specific landing pages I would like my users to hit on my keywords. This is where they will find the relevant information they are looking for.
I also have a secondary 'info' page, describing the general specifics of this category.
The ideal thing would be for the primary landing page to be listed first, and the secondary info page to be indented second. My problem is the googlebot might think my info page might be more relevant due to the fact that there is considerably more content, and as far as targeted keywords go it will have around the same density.
Is there any way to make sure my primary page comes up first and not my info page? My first though process was to make my info page in a deeper directory (www.site.com/product.asp and then www.site.com/product.asp/product-info.asp). Does anyone think this would make any difference, or does anyone have any other suggestions/information on this topic?
Any and all comments will be greatly appreciated. Our new site should be up and running by end of next week. (As you can see, our current site is about as SE friendly as a tree stump!)
Vice President of Online Marketing
Ticket Solutions, Inc.