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Siloing and URL Taxonomy

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by DO067, Jul 10, 2017.

  1. DO067

    DO067 Registered Member

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    since when did "subdirectores" gave ANY benefit other than additional keyword-stuffing penalties?

    even 1998 sub-dirs was "bullshit-seo" if you aint got 100s pages behind it.
     
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    Flat URL structure is the game these days. I have noticed that in the last 6 months that there is not as large of a penalty as there was from 2012+, but the game is the same. Flat is better right now.
     
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    Thanks but siloing technic is still the game in 2017. And organizing URLs with folders seems to help the ranking. I've seen many ecommerce websites that use this SEO approach.