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What is a URL, Slug?

The section at the end of the URL is referred to as the "slug." It contains the URL for a certain page on your website. It is a transliteration of the URL words, in other words. To make your page content more comprehensible for readers and boost your SEO, your slugs should be brief and descriptive (1–5 words).

What function do URLs serve in SEO?
A URL may be used by both search engines and website visitors to help them comprehend the information on a page.

Given that we often post links on social media, URLs must be obvious and simple to comprehend.

In order to improve click-throughs to your site's pages, make the link easy to grasp.

Note: Your page title, meta description, and URL should all be optimized.

Google's Google SEO starting guide has some useful information about URLs.

What are the greatest URL strategies for SEO?
In your URLs, it is recommended to include keyword phrases.

On each page of your website, you may use targeted keywords.

Here's an example of an unfriendly URL: https://www.example.com/service1

A URL that is suitable for SEO may be seen here: https://www.example.com/website-design

Do URLs have to be all lowercase characters?
Uppercase and lowercase letters are both permitted in URLs.
For URLs, I suggest using lowercase letters wherever feasible.

An uppercase or lowercase URL may sometimes be recognized by web servers, leading to a 404 error.
Lowercase URLs are more user-friendly since they are simpler for web browsers to enter.
Lowercase letters are often used when writing URLs that support word separation.

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