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SEO Tools - URL Rewriting

... Static URLs are known to be better than dynamic URLs for a number of reasons: 1. Static URLs typically rank better in search engines. 2. Search engines are known to index the content of dynamic pages much more slowly than that of static pages. 3. Static URLs look friendlier to end users ... [full article] (125 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: static urls | search engine friendly urls | url rewriting | seo tools | seo | url rewriting tool
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SEO Cheat Sheet: Anatomy of A URL

... Many SEO topics are like good games - you can learn the basics in a few hours, but really mastering them can take years. One topic that seems simple but that generates a ton of questions here on SEOmoz is URLs: How to construct them, how to optimize them, what the pieces are, etc. In the spirit of great SEOmoz cheat sheets like Danny's web developer cheat sheet, I've decided to put together a 1-page guide ... [full article] (96 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: seo | seo url role | seo cheat sheet | SEF | search engine friendly urls
"very basic stuff but thought it maybe useful for person new to seo world!" - cool b
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