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All four of your URLs are different for SEO: http://www.example.com/product http://www.example.com/product/ http://www.example.com/product?source=googleps http://www.example.com/product/?source=googleps It doesn't matter which one of those four you use, but you have to pick one and use it consistently. Both slashes and parameters create new URLs to ...


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Regarding the SEO, I wouldn't expect it to be an issue, as Google have enough common sense to realise that, if the two URLs you have shown returned the same content, that for all practical purposes the URLs the same to a human. In fact some webmasters/developers will write brief rewrite rules to append or remove the slash because "it looks nicer". These ...



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