quicksilver1024 - 12:51 am on Feb 7, 2013 (gmt 0)
From what I understand, the closer a page is to the root the better it is for SEO.
So something like
http://mystore.com/book1 has more SEO authority over
http://mystore.com/cat1/author1/book1 given that there's no requirement to keep
cat1 in the url.
If I were to flatten my store's URL to
http://mystore.com/book1, should I also reflect this in the breadcrumb so that it no longer follows
cat1 > author1 > book1?
And if I were to flatten my store's URL, how should I configure my breadcrumbs since there will be no real directory structure for product pages. Ex. For breadcrumb
Store > Cat1 > Author1 > Book1, Cat1 will point to
http://mystore.com/cat1 and that page will contain a product listing of items under
Note that I want to keep the page
http://mystore.com/cat1 and even
http://mystore.com/cat1/author1 (or an alternative