I would like to create a series or redirects so Google searches land directly on the relevant product page. Similar to the lottery use case.
My question is, will all these cases be stored in the JS or are they stored as SQL queries in the server and executed remotely? Does the JS remain always the same or contain all the target contents etc?
I am concerned about users having to download and execute a gigantic JS.
Well, BTBuckets do all the processing stuff in real-time, and takes from 80ms to 200ms to run (depending how many buckets/targets you have).
The visitor will download only the JS code associated to that target, and not all the targets codes.
Lets say that you have 2 targets, one for key word 'dvd' and other for 'movies'.
When a user come to your web site from a 'dvd' search, he will download only the first target code (the 'dvd' target).
The targets are stored on BTBuckets cloud provider, and it decides which target it must to send to the visitor.
Hope this helps.