Technical SEO

Trailing Slash vs No Trailing Slash – Whats Better for SEO?

When it comes to trailing slashes, some are for them, and some are against them. A trailing slash is the slash on the end of of the URL. No trailing slash: https://www.sammyseo.com/trailing-slash-verse-no-trailing-slash Trailing slash: https://www.sammyseo.com/trailing-slash-verse-no-trailing-slash/ Negative effects of trailing slashes But, it’s just an extra character on the end of the URL? Surely they can’t …

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Internal Linking Strategies for Programmatic / Dynamic SEO

Internal links are important. Unless you’re just starting out in SEO, this should be known as a fundamental part of optimisations done to ANY website. Whether a little local business site, a niche content site or a larger scale, dynamic/programmatic site like portals, directories or marketplaces, it’s important for all types of websites. It’s one …

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Stripping and Rebuilding a URL Structure for Migration Testing

Some clients have recently required a migration mapped out for 10’s to 100’s of thousands of URLs. To do this, we needed to capture all the different URLs, build out the migration rules, and then test the redirects. Mapping out and building the rules is one thing, but then how do we bulk generate what …

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