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Several months ago I thought that by using a descriptive url we would get better search results so I copied the page and setup the following url:
I never eliminated the original url and today I found the two urls back to back in Google results.
The original url has a PR of 5
and the descriptive url has a PR of 4. However I suspect that with proper linking the new url will acheive either a 5 or 6.
If I decide to keep the descriptive url should I eliminate the original PR5 url?... or can I keep it and replace it with completely new content? My concern is that the PR5 was
earned via different content....is this a form of spamming?
[edited by: vitaplease at 5:48 am (utc) on July 26, 2004]
[edit reason] examplified [/edit]
Personally, I NEVER remove a URL that is ranked in Google. Instead, I just give it new content. And no, it isn't spamming.
Is it okay for me to remove ALL the old content and replace with completely NEW content?
Thanks in advance.