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If you are going to change the already existing URL / permalink on an existing website, you can expect a dip in traffic after having to redirect it (301). On the question whether you should do this change or not: that's entirely up to you. If you think that "blog" is meaningful for your users or will improve your SEO keyword matching, there won't be a good ...


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Slug URLs are a minor ranking factor search engines use when determining a particular page or resource's relevance to a search query. So URLs will give low impact in the ranking. It's just used to identify web pages in a form that is easy to read for the end-user. In my opinion, you should use slug like your page title, so if your page title burning eyes so ...


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Can I create a keyword subdirectory for my home page to help SEO? You could, however, this may not help much with SEO. The URL doesn't necessarily help that much with ranking (on page content is what really matters), although it could perhaps help click through rates when users see the URL/keyword in search results. I suspect this requires some ...


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While Google does recognize that /blog has a special meaning that signals a blog, semantically speaking adding /blog means nothing and adds no value to the URL. If you were just starting out, I would say it was a flip of a coin whether you use /blog or not. Using /blog is not at all necessary. It would only be a personal preference. Since your site is ...


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I suggest you translate on english this article i wrote, it describe the full process of successfull seo migration. https://www.410-gone.fr/seo/optimisation-on-site/migration-https-certificat-ssl/refonte-site-redirection.html


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