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If my URL is www.mysite.com
My site page
Now which is best?
My home page
Home.html, a.html, b.html, c.html, d.html, e.html
Or Any other.
I hope you all under stand my question.
Please Give me best answer in sense of seo (Google) friendly.
Googleguy suggested in his thread
to have absolute linking.
>> I recommend absolute links instead of relative links, because there's less chance for a spider (not just Google, but any spider) to get confused. In the same fashion, I would try to be consistent on your internal linking.
Contrary to what some people think GoogleGuy said, he didn't say that absolute URLs were essential--he said that, if you were using relative links and Google was crawling your site OK, there was no need to convert.
2 reasons. One, if you ever have to change the name of the homepage, you can pretty much sit back and wait months for the PR to come back.
Second reason, and I am just funny about this, all of my sites show different PR for the actual page as opposed to the site. For instance, mysite.com/ will show a PR of 5, but mysite.com/index.htm will show a PR of 0. Not really sure if it makes any difference, but I am more comfortable linking to mysite.com/.
I understood perfectly what GG said. I have no problems reorganizing sites. A good editor will globally replace all links in a minute or less. I have just always used that linking style and have never had problems with it. I think more importantly what should be avoided is multiple type links on the same site. Pick one and stick with it. Also, if linking to a directory, always add the trailing /.
How can I get rid of that /index.html When I go to my site in any fashion I get www.site.com and once I've clicked through my site and hit the home button or the store logo, it returns me to www.site.com/index.html?
I don't know why it happens but I heard it was something to get rid of.