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May
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comment Is it bad for SEO to have a site with no click navigation?
Deleted negative comment. Sorry for the rudeness. Regarding click navigation in something along those lines. You would definitely need to think long and hard about how to structure it. Some very quick (not well thought out) options: 3 letter words, 4 letter words, etc. Words that start with letter [x], Words that end with letter [x]. In your case navigation might not be as useful for usability, but it would still be necessary if you were trying to rank each page for the word. I think instead you should probably focus on some sort of social/link building to ease the SEO concerns.
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May
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comment Is it bad for SEO to have a site with no click navigation?
It completely goes against all usability standards. It also would be terrible from an SEO standpoint. I think that you would be better served with some sort of navigation. And I have proved it time and again by changing navigation on sites I've owned/managed with positive results.
May
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answered Is it bad for SEO to have a site with no click navigation?
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
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answered Is it needed to have your blog title and description in H1 and H2
Oct
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comment Metrics on Potential Website Overhaul
Well then your wish is my command. Hopefully, you find some of this information relevant. And here is another link that is just good to read about (read the other posts for the whole story) concerning site redesign. - 37signals.com/svn/posts/…
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Oct
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comment Can you recommend a CSS Framework (or UI Framework) for enterprise web apps?
Actually, bootstrap from twitter is exactly what he is asking for. Fully fleshed out basic UI/UX with a ton of features. Quick, fast, easy.
Oct
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answered Metrics on Potential Website Overhaul
Oct
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answered Can you recommend a CSS Framework (or UI Framework) for enterprise web apps?
Oct
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comment Why treat these as URLs with different path capitalization and trailing slash as different?
Guess how I did it? I grabbed one url of mine from bitly and randomly changed case. It took me 2 tries to come up with a unique URL. Concerning your example where it is relatively obvious that each one should be the same page... that is what canonical or server based 301 redirection comes in. You should be in charge of the power of your URL structure not the HTTP protocol itself.
Sep
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answered Why treat these as URLs with different path capitalization and trailing slash as different?
Sep
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answered What's the best way to plan and manage an SEM campaign?
Sep
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answered What is a good replacement for MS Frontpage?
Sep
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awarded  Editor
Sep
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answered Web Hosting for a small company with a few sites
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answered How do I get the word out about my site?
Aug
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comment SEO - which URL's are the best?
Hackable in this case would be good. It means they can find other stuff by changing the url.