Is my approach to SEO regarding URLs right?
I am using friendly URLs for web pages and Rest Styles to consume services. I've been a web developer for about 10 years. I first heard of "friendly URLs" and Rest APIs about 3 years ago and only about 1 year ago I started implementing some of those concepts.
In my last project I used URLs like this for web pages
www.example.com/enter to show to login page as opposed to
www.example.com/login/show. And to consume services like a searching API that returns JSON, I used something like this
www.example.com/produtos/get. Those are only examples. I saw some Microsoft web sites using Rest style URLs some time ago and I thought them very weird, like
www.example.com/user/create on the browser's URL bar. Again, I think that friendly URLs should be used for indexing while Rest Style urls should be "hidden" and used to specify the route to be consumed.
Is my line of thinking good?