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Duplicate Custom keywords in the url pages (best seo)

Discussion in 'Closed Suggestions' started by Zephyr, Mar 22, 2013.

  1. Zephyr

    Zephyr Well-Known Member

    Hello, it would be cool to add custom keywords to the url of the pages following the forum in which we find ourselves (for better SEO).

    Example :

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    TES V : Skyrim => Predefined keyword: elder, scrolls, skyrim.

    Remplace :
    "Installer un ENB"
    theelderscrolls.fr/threads/instaler-un-enb.3530/

    By :
    "Installer un ENB"
    theelderscrolls.fr/threads/elder-scrolls-skyrim-instaler-un-enb.3530/

    In this way it is possible to make urls like this :

    Forums :

    (Forum name)
    (Predefined keyword)
    (Topic link)

    Morrowind
    Elder, Scrolls, Morrowind
    theelderscrolls.fr/threads/elder-scrolls-morrowind-TOPIC-NAME-ID

    Oblivion
    Elder, Scrolls, Oblivion
    theelderscrolls.fr/threads/elder-scrolls-oblivion-TOPIC-NAME-ID

    Skyrim
    The, Elder, Scrolls, Skyrim
    theelderscrolls.fr/threads/the-elder-scrolls-skyrim-TOPIC-NAME-ID

    TESO
    Elder, Scrolls, Online
    theelderscrolls.fr/threads/elder-scrolls-online-TOPIC-NAME-ID

    Presentation
    membre, presentation
    theelderscrolls.fr/threads/membre-presentation-TOPIC-NAME-ID

    In this way, it would be much easier to reference its forums on multiple keywords.
    If the keywords change, no dead links XenForo seen that uses the id to rebuild the new url and get the page.
     
  2. Chris D

    Chris D XenForo Developer Staff Member

  3. Zephyr

    Zephyr Well-Known Member

    When it is in the url, so it's important because its search engine allows to give weight to the page to the keyword.

    http://www.webrankinfo.com/dossiers/techniques/mots-cles-url-referencement

    Read :

    Google translation :

    WebRankInfo is the N°1 in seo in france.
     
  4. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

  5. Chris D

    Chris D XenForo Developer Staff Member

    Oh... in the URL... Sorry

    I thought it was a request for <meta keywords
     

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