You're comparing static content with dynamic content. For something that doesn't change, it's very easy to use keywords in the title. If you search for things that are primarily static, then you'll get sites with the keywords in the URL.loadingjkr wrote: ↑Sun Jan 08, 2017 6:15 am¿Usted espera que alguien le dé el secreto del éxito?Lumpy Burgertushie wrote: ↑Sat Jan 07, 2017 5:12 amsorry but you have no idea what you are talking about.
google has said for a long time that friendly/SEO urls make very little difference to the SERPS.
some people may like them better but it makes little if any difference to the search engines.
the fact that wordpress gives you the option means nothing.
Aquí trabajamos diaramente con Semrush, Moz, Ahrefs, Majestic SEO. Si usted no utiliza estas herramientas usted no debería de hablar de SEO.Es muy fácil posicionar un sitio en Wordpress es muy difícil posicionar un foro en phpbb3 por su naturaleza.
You do not know anything about SEO and hope that google will give you secrets of your algorithm.
On the other hand, say we want to find stuff on twitter: https://www.google.com/search?q=best+wi ... witter.com
You'll note that Google has absolutely no problem indexing tweets, despite no useful keywords in the URL. In fact, Google doesn't care your keywords; their algorithms have gotten significantly more sophisticated over the years due to abuse by "optimizers". So if you want the subject line in the URL, by all means, make it happen, but don't be surprised if you experience zero improvement in your ranking.