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perhaps they are getting the md5 checksum of the current date plus the keyword
[edited by: Play_Bach at 4:22 am (utc) on Nov 30, 2014]
g-z are missing
But then on Bing, the URL doesn't have the numbers or .html component
or .html component
It would also be interesting to search for a unique paragraph on one of these pages in combination with "site:example.com" to see if there are "old" URLs with a different hex string in Google index.
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We use this type of url to avoid duplicate urls/files/folders
Does the page have canonical? If so, what does it say?
Also, the URL doesn't go to the keyword page if entered directly into the address bar. It only works as a result of a query for the keyword.
The link on Google will go to the page even with all the numbers in it. On Yahoo, the same link doesn't have the numbers and goes to the same page.