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Dynamic url's and Static url's ?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by thinkgood, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. #1
    hi friends,

    what is Dynamic url's and Static url's ?

    which format is best for SERP.........
    SEMrush
     
    thinkgood, Feb 12, 2012 IP
    SEMrush
  2. nightteacher

    nightteacher Member

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    Usually dynamic urls are performed by a PHP script and the static URL are written in pure HTML. The dynamic urls can affect your seo in a bad way if you don`t use canonical URLs as the script generates more pages with same content and google will see as duplicate. Read More...
    I would recommend a dynamic site as it is more easly to administrate but if you don`t want to put canonical URLs better go for static pages.
     
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  3. mobilej

    mobilej Well-Known Member

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    If you have database-driven website you are going to use dynamic URL-s. Mostly, you are dealing with one page (template page) wich is displaying content depending on URL parameters wich are used to perform query on database. (Eg. URL: example.com/news.php?id=1 is used to display news with ID value of 1 from your database).

    Static URL-s are are used for webpages if there is no need to dynamically create pages, so pages stay the same unless the changes are coded into HTML.

    It is easier for search engines to index static URL-s but there is no big difference.
     
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  4. tim-buchalka

    tim-buchalka Active Member

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    Not really true, it's just as easy for a search engine to index a dynamic url as it is a static one. It's all about discoverability.

    Provided you use good basic SEO design both will work equally well.

    Most packages these days that have dynamic urls (this forum for example) have the ability to make seo friendly urls, so if you are using dynamic urls make sure you use that option.

    Then you will have no trouble with indexing, etc.

    Cheers
     
    tim-buchalka, Feb 12, 2012 IP
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    Static URLs are indexed faster and ranked higher in SERPs.It is easier to put in related keywords in Static URLs rather than in Dynamic URLs. It is easier for the end user to recognize a static URL, thereby the probability of clicking the link increases manifolds. It is advisable to use Static URLs for all branding activities as it ensures faster retention and recall.
     
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    Dynamic urls are performed by a PHP, Asp and other language which is not good for seo and the static URL are written in HTML which help in seo.​
     
    Djeans, Feb 13, 2012 IP
  7. thinkgood

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    thanks for your valuable suggestions.
     
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    Thank you for coming out with this, because I would have not put it so nicely. I use both structures across my network and have never ever seen difference when it came to being indexed and ranked.
     
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    Dynamic url is best for search engine result page
     
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  10. tim-buchalka

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    Your welcome. It seems a lot of people talk about it from a theory point of view, when people like you and me know better because we have actually tested it and done it in the past! Again to confirm there is no difference between either.


    Again not true, please read above. Both can give you equivalent results. A Url is just a URL nothing more, nothing less.
     
    tim-buchalka, Feb 14, 2012 IP
  11. Jesse12

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    Hi

    All the search engine crawler read content only so always prefer the static url. If you need to optimize your website.
     
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    Thanks for sharing me this information.
     
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  13. Prasseo

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    Hi,
    I think static URL's targeted keywords will rank soon in SERP results.......
     
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    static url is best for search engine friendly
     
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    Doesn't really matter if the URL is dynamic or static. Just make sure you add keywords to the URL.
     
    Grobbulus, Feb 14, 2012 IP