19 thoughts on “Should You Put Categories in Your Blog URL?

  1. Neil I have a query, please try to solve it..
    I have a website, I purchased domain+hosting in April, and I started using it, and after a week I met with an accident, so I cancel my hosting and get refund for it. After 2 months, I restared my website, purchase hosting and started from scratch on a same domain.
    Do you think the above described situation affects my website SEO?

  2. Niel please give me perfect article for start or setup wordpress blog …..with robotext file htccc files and all hidden secrets …please please create indepth article to setup pro blog please

  3. Best video, when I am searching something I want to learn the first place I go is searching for your channel. straight to the point, short and easy to understand and the most knowledgeable man on earth

  4. What structure should a small blog follow? Let say I am building a micro-niche site less than 5 category and 20 items. ¿How should I go about to create a navigational menu? Thanks

  5. Its quite a task to keep an explanation short and yet clearly understood. And you managed to do that very well. Keep it up. You explain to the point and effectively so.

  6. Great vid! Under 1000 posts go with blog/post-name if you're going to have a team of people writing posts go with /category/post-name or category/sub-category/post-name

  7. Thanks for the video. What about domain/blog/category/post-name? Is that structure ok? I usually try to be no more than 3 levels deep for SEO but that would be 4 and seems unavoidable unless you don't include the blog page in the url. domain/category/post-name the category page can still have an internal link to the blog page. In my case, the blog page will be optimized for its keyword which includes blog. Like if you where creating a blog site for whiskey. whiskydude dot com/whiskey-blog/irish-whiskey/jameson or something like that. In this case there are three options. Make the home page also the blog page which I don't prefer, include the blog, category and post in the url or don't include the blog page in the url. Which is best for SEO? Please advise. Thanks

  8. Thank you for the advice, Neil.

    But I have a concern. You recommend to add categories. However, your website blog posts don't have them. Why?

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