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While all internal search result urls contain no unique information, they are for SEO purposes irrelevant and harmful. Making internal search with GET you produce search result urls, which you later should exclude from indexing (and from crawling, because of overspending of crawl budget for useless urls). But using POST on internal search you a single ...
Internal search results shouldn't actually be indexed. Google's Webmaster Guidelines state: Use robots.txt to prevent crawling of search results pages or other auto-generated pages that don't add much value for users coming from search engines. Matt Cutts weighed in when this was previously discussed on Google’s webmaster help group. I quite like the ...
An alternative half decent .com domain is not the best option. I would definitely find a product. domain. There are now 800 different endings, and many of them will explain what your brand is about on the right side of the dot. You can see them all in this infographic. Maybe one of them is close to the product you sell or brand values you have.
Of the two examples you provide, theproduct.com and productmagazine.com, only the second provides additional semantic value. For example, the word the has no semantic value for search whereas magazine would. Given that fact, productmagazine.com is the clear choice. While the use of the word the adds no value, it also causes no harm except that it may not be ...
Yes it is, and is bad for SEO too. Try to use it without "the".
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