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The Impact Of The Url Structure On The Page Rank.
Posted 30 October 2005 - 02:14 PM
I've notice that since our domain www.webdesigners123.com has PR 5 the directory.webdesigners123.com got the same PR ( They both got PR5 in the last update. They both had PR0 before).
However, a second level page. ex. www.webdesigners123.com/faq.php got PR4.
Technically those urls points to separated websites, accommodate on a different IP address (but very close)
Does this fact make any impact?
what can be learn from this example.
Posted 30 October 2005 - 02:38 PM
So, put PageRank out of your mind when you read the rest of this post.
The URL structure, that is, the site architecture and how each page links to the others within your site is extremely important. In fact, it's one of the most significant factors, in my opinion, to your SEO campaign.
But it's got nothing to do with how deep your URLs are, how many directories it is buried on the server. It has only to do with how important any given page is to YOU, deemed by how you link to it within your site.
Posted 30 October 2005 - 03:29 PM
I mentioned it just because we can explain the PR for www.webdesigners123.com - it has back links. But as for directory.webdesigners123.com it has no back links at all.
Anyway back to the main issue, what is then the difference (SEO point of view) between directory.webdesigners123.com & www.webdesigners123.com /directory
Posted 30 October 2005 - 04:51 PM
Posted 30 October 2005 - 06:00 PM
It's all the same, if you link to them the same.
Say you have a page that you link to from your main navigation, whether it's a subdirectory or a subdomain doesn't matter. It only matters that it's linked from your main navigation.
Forget about the URLs themselves as that's not what's important. (This is a generalization, but for the purposes of your question it should suffice.)
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