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Q&a Section On Single Page Or Multiple Pages? Any Difference Seo-
Posted 08 April 2013 - 01:30 PM
My partner's working on a health-related site and asked me an SEO question that I can't answer.
The site will be initially small (around 100 pages) but very specific in nature. She'll also add to it every week.
She's going to have a large Q&A section (many questions and answers spanning 5000+ words). She was considering having them on a single page: the questions with answer links at the top, nice and simple.
But she was wondering if from an SEO-perspective it would be better to split the Q&A over over multiple pages. An extra 10 pages would add 10% or so to her site.
I presume multiple pages would be better SEO-wise? Usability-wise, either solution could be implemented well.
Any advice would be very much appreciated.
Posted 08 April 2013 - 05:02 PM Best Answer
If it's just a few questions and answers (or if they're really short) they should probably be on one page. But if it's tons of them and they're long, they definitely need their own page. That's for usability and SEO.
Posted 12 April 2013 - 03:25 AM
But she was wondering if from an SEO-perspective it would be better to split the Q&A over over multiple pages.
It is better to have multiple pages categorized based on topic. Just like you see in forums. I landed in this question because i knew exactly which category can be answered by me. Makes sense, no? Enriching user experience brings in enhanced SEO, so it may take some time for all those multiple webpages to rank but it sure will eventually when a lot of user-generated fresh and worthwhile content starts getting build up in each.
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