[Seaside] SEO and urls
adi at netstyle.ch
Mon Nov 3 20:52:35 UTC 2008
We've discussed SEO about a month ago: http://www.nabble.com/SEO-and-Seaside-td17187198.html
Short answer: Seaside's URLs are suboptimal, but you can get
acceptable results adding restful URLs and configuring Webmaster
Tools. Depending on the requirements this may not be sufficient,
though. In our case (cmsbox.com) we tweaked Seaside a bit more to get
completely "nice" URLs.
On Nov 3, 2008, at 21:08 , sergio wrote:
> one of the things that i wonder about as i play with seaside more
> and more is..
> does the format of the url really matter at all in regards to SEO?
> i know alot of people are really into the idea that google can
> somehow parse and make meaning out of the urls, but i would think
> that if you had a sitemap of your site in the webmaster tools, it
> really shouldn't matter what the urls look like..
> it also seems like the stuff i look for that is on seaside sites is
> indexed really well, and not lost lost in a slew of results for
> "seaside vacations" or things like that..
> any thoughts?
> the reason i ask is that if we use seaside for production work,
> clients are gonna FLIP when they see the urls..
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