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May 18, 2007, 9:18 am
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My web site currently uses a script to build web pages depending on a
A friend recommends that I seperate all of my content into seperate
files and give them meaningful file names to aid SEO.
My thoughts are that rather than build new files everytime, I could
just use meaningful names in my parameter for the same effect on SEO.
Am I correct, or would a search engine pay no notice to the names of
Re: URL Parameters in SEO
IMHO yes it does make a difference.
If you're on a windows server then try out ISAPI rewrite.
Then you could use something like:
ISAPI rw would filter this incoming url and send it /index.php?id=1 etc
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