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what should i do with .do extension ?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by pulkitseo, Feb 3, 2014.

  1. pulkitseo

    pulkitseo Senior Member

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    I have a site that had .html extension than for two months its extensions were changed to .do extension...now some of keywords are ranked in .html extensions and some in .do whats the possible solution to sort out this problems?
    dynamic pages cannot be converted into .html extensions so what the possible solution
    what i have suggested
    Keep the .do extensions and redirecting .html extensions...is this right solution ?
    or should i make site with partially .html extensions and partially .do extensions
    Suggestions needed
     
  2. SionAndes

    SionAndes Junior Member

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    .html extension is most Search Engine Friendly one. I prefer you to redirect .do to .html extension OR make ONLY 1 extension site. (HTML)
     
  3. The SEO

    The SEO Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You will get more boost in SERP with .html extension so to me you dhould go with .html...
     
  4. pulkitseo

    pulkitseo Senior Member

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    I agree but problem lies in some pages that has to have .do extensions like cart and dynamic pages(compulsion)..now how do i deal with that ? should i keep them partially html and partially .do extension?
     
  5. pulkitseo

    pulkitseo Senior Member

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    you mean to say partially html and partially .do extension ? since it almost a compulsion to have .do extension in few dynamic pages