Which of the following URL structures is most SEO-friendly?

oliverjack

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Hi,
I'm in the process of launching my blog website, and I'm trying to figure out the best URL structure for my website.
Thank you!
 

KnownSyntax

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As far as structure, I’d just make it easy to read and link to. As far as SEO, Google doesn’t really care anymore for html pages vs. dynamic, or named titles vs. the randomly numbers for pages. It’s all about unique content now
 
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Jason76

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As far as structure, I’d just make it easy to read and link to. As far as SEO, Google doesn’t really care anymore for html pages vs. dynamic, or named titles vs. the randomly numbers for pages. It’s all about unique content now
I agree. I wouldn't get fussed up over details. Nonetheless, if you want people to understand what's on the web page, then perhaps links should be fancy or there should be some title fetcher. For instance, if a link is about certain guitar lessons, then how would some link on some random site give anyone a clue about what's on it?
 

KnownSyntax

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I agree. I wouldn't get fussed up over details. Nonetheless, if you want people to understand what's on the web page, then perhaps links should be fancy or there should be some title fetcher. For instance, if a link is about certain guitar lessons, then how would some link on some random site give anyone a clue about what's on it?
The URL is mostly always fully hidden (only the few X characters of it are shown on Google and other search engines). The title would always be returned and that needs to be unique to the content on that page, otherwise if the title wasn't returned then you would be correct - it wouldn't make sense with a randomly generated URL.