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[ASK]VBulletin Forum SEO - How to

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by greenghost, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. greenghost

    greenghost Regular Member

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    Hello Blackhatters,

    I am just staring e new forum, installed vbulletin. I know VBSEO is the great tools, but as shortage of money i wanna buy it later. so, i need some suggestions from you mates about SEO on VB.

    One more thing, how do i change thread links from yourdomain.com/id=** to yourdomain.com/thread-name
    Hope i can make you clear :)

    your suggestions are appreciated.
    thank you
     
  2. wallofiron

    wallofiron Power Member

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    bump for replies
     
  3. BigBuddy

    BigBuddy Account Under Review

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    get vbseo nulled, if you dont have money.
     
  4. webcatpl

    webcatpl Junior Member

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    I run two big vbulletin forums - My advice is - don't bother with vbseo - doesn't help much, just pain to setup etc (especially if you use non iso-8859-1 chars).
     
  5. wallofiron

    wallofiron Power Member

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    I dont think google likes those normal vbulletin style url's, vbseo rewrite is so much better.

    I have a hard time finding any url's of forums that rank 1st page in google for non-url write form that vbulletin comes with imo

    I still find it silly to pay $149 for url-rewrite and I find the other stuff vbseo comes with is a total waste.