How to check SEO friendly URL?

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Re: How to check SEO friendly URL?
« Reply #10 on: 10-11-2017, 08:28:08 »
An SEO-friendly URL structure is the following things:

- Easy to read: Users and search engines should be able to understand what is on each page just by looking at the URL.
Keyword-rich: Keywords still matter and your target queries should be within URLs. Just be wary of overkill; extending URLs just to include more keywords is a bad idea.
- Consistent: There are multiple ways to create an SEO-friendly URL structure on any site. It’s essential that, whatever logic you choose to follow, it is applied consistently across the site.
- Static: Dynamic parameters are rarely an SEO’s best friend, but they are quite common. Where possible, find a solution that allows your site to render static URLs instead.
- Future-proof: Think ahead when planning your site structure. You should minimize the number of redirects on your domain, and it’s easier to do this if you don’t require wholesale changes to URLs.
- Comprehensive: Use the concepts of main content and supplementary content to ensure you have adequate coverage for all relevant topics. This will maximize your site’s visibility.
- Supported by data: It normally requires buy-in from a lot of stakeholders to launch or update a particular site structure. Numbers talk, so make use of search and analytics data to support your case.
- Submitted to search engines: Finally, create an XML sitemap containing all of the URLs that you want to rank via SEO and submit it to search engines. That will ensure all your hard work gets the reward it deserves.


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Re: How to check SEO friendly URL?
« Reply #11 on: 10-12-2017, 23:11:11 »
Check here

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Re: How to check SEO friendly URL?
« Reply #12 on: 10-12-2017, 23:26:02 »
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Re: How to check SEO friendly URL?
« Reply #13 on: 10-13-2017, 00:45:42 »
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Re: How to check SEO friendly URL?
« Reply #14 on: 10-13-2017, 01:05:17 »
SEO friendly URL means URL that includes keywords related to your page content these URLs are dynamic and helpful in SEO to easily get the search engine.


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Re: How to check SEO friendly URL?
« Reply #15 on: 10-13-2017, 14:27:47 »
i have a few question.

1. i have a website with a subfolder coming-soon on it, i tried to achieve what google want, my website running bootstrap i dont use the wordpress anymore, will google read the coming-soon folder as an "Under Construction" page?

2. I create an .htaccess to access my coming-soon subfolder, do the search engine or google seo treat the domain name differently?

3. my domain.com has nothing in it, only the "Coming-soon" folder, how to achieve the seo friendly searches if i want my coming-soon folder to be read?

Hoping you can help me with that,

Thank you.

 

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