Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by checkerger, Jun 9, 2015.
I would be curious to know if there is any advantage between the two:
No advantage at all.
I would go for this structure, just to be on the safe side.
I used a full model # (almost a straight copy of Amazon's description) as a test for some items on my personal blog, and it gets hits. Didn't do anything other than reviewing a household item with model # all over the article and made a quick youtube video showing how it worked on something with a link back to my post.
I'd go for the second URL-structure. The first seems overkill. If I saw that structure on a site, I'd think "aah, I see what you're doing...", which is probably a bad thing.
The 2nd one also makes much more sense to me. Nice and clean.
thanks for the responses. I ll investigate some more and try to find that google answer i read in some om magazine about that question.
yes 1st one might be a bit of an overkill
Second one all the way!
With your first option you would be in danger in the long run. Also like another member suggest using the product # will get you a few more hits.
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