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#1 strike_balance

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Posted 01 September 2013 - 08:03 AM

I am curious if anyone can share some advice. I am working on planning architecture for a tour company. The key piece of the content strategy will be providing details on each of the tour destinations, with associated profiles for each city within those destinations. Lots of content, which should be great for the SEO strategy.

With regards to the architecture, I have a ‘destinations’ section on the Website where users can access each of the key destinations served by the tour company. My question is – from a planning perspective I can organize my folder structure in a few different ways.

 

http://www.companyur...regions/cities/

or

http://www.companyur...m/destinations/

http://www.companyur...ouring-regionA/ 

http://www.companyur...cities-profile/

I am curious if anyone has an opinion on what might perform best in terms of the site structure from an SEO perspective. My fear is taking all of this rich content and placing it so many tiers down in the architecture of the site. Any advice that could be offered would be appreciated. Thanks.



 

 



#2 Jill

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Posted 01 September 2013 - 09:14 PM

It makes no difference what the directory structure looks like. It's only important how you link to the content throughout the site. 






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