Will removing “.html” from my URLs help my site? – SEO Snippets
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Will removing “.html” from my URLs help my site? – SEO Snippets


13 Comments

  • Hugo Roger

    Thank you so much for this. Indeed something I have always struggled with in my head and went back and forth with it. THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOO MUCH/…………….

  • Karl Anders

    Hi, We've a #1 ranking business website with a 7 year old url with the format city-keyword-keyword.tld, we've a new service & cover many more cities which means this url is not great anymore.

    We're thinking of switching to our actual business name which is 29 characters long & not keywordy. What would you do? Almost everyone in our industry has keywordy urls (we know we need to change backlinks etc and it will be a lot of work)

    Please advise. We're in a market with tough competition but the url is no longer as relevent to our business but we don't want to lose our rankings or business due to this.

  • Matze Karajanov

    hey you should try consolety, it's a WordPress Plugin that matching your published content with other consolety users in the consolety network based on your titles, tags category and language. Meaning you get rellevant backlinks based on your content all done for you by the consolety plugin. simply by searching for the name consolety.

  • T.Yuvaprakash Thangavel

    Hi thanks for the videos that were very useful. My Website tavarasands.com has a URL Extention of.PHP – When I use SEO Tools scanning website it says the URL Filename is not friendly to do I need to change the URL. By the way, it's Running on the Google First page for Some important keywords.

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