Navigate to the individual item to edit the content settings. For posts and pages, scroll down to the Yoast SEO meta box. Click the ‘Advanced’ section (which is under the ‘SEO’ tab). Enter the full canonical URL, including http/s and www or non-www, in the ‘Canonical URL’ field. Update the post, page, or taxonomy.
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What’s the best way to create an URL for SEO?
Let’s start with the good news: creating URLs for SEO isn’t rocket science. If you were to describe your page in a few words and replace the spaces with hyphens, that would usually be “good enough” for SEO. But you’d probably prefer not to take a stab in the dark.
How to create a SEO friendly URL slug?
How to create an SEO-friendly URL slug. 1 1. Start with your page title. Most page titles make perfectly optimized URLs with a bit of modification. So let’s start here and run through a series … 2 2. Remove special characters. 3 3. Remove numbers. 4 4. Remove superfluous information. 5 5. Boil it down to a keyword. More items
Why are dynamic URLs so bad for SEO?
Specifically, dynamic URLs can hurt your SEO because: Like with dates, URL parameters make your URLs longer. If the different versions of your URL get indexed, these can cause duplicate content issues with Google. Dynamic URLs are ugly and confusing to users… which can hurt your organic CTR.
Where can I find Seo keywords for my website?
You can find them in the Organic Keywords report that we used in the previous step. For example, if we look at the report for our competing page about title tags, we see “seo” and “html” pop up a few times. It would make sense to include one or both of these in our URL.