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In my opinion -it doesnt have to be true- it is not bad idea but it will not help you so much with new visitors because they will go away instantly if they cant speak Slovak. But maybe it can help your pagerank. As simon hayter commented "page rank is dead and relevance is key" so i dont think so it is worth doing it if you are doing it just for pagerank. If ...


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Some SEOs are wary of using these non-Latin characters in URLs because of the way it might display in certain browsers, or in certain text cases when the link is copied and pasted somewhere online. While having spammy-looking links is never a good thing, I personally think the possible benefit in search results is worth the drawback. For ...


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As this page is for people that can speak English and want to learn Italian, the URL path as well as most parts of the content (the header, the navigation, the footer, etc.) should be in English. If you care about semantic HTML, you should use lang="en" on the html element, and lang="it" on the elements that contain the Italian translation. I don’t agree ...



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