[wp-hackers] Permalink Structure - Performance vs. SEO
ljunior2005 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 14 01:46:08 UTC 2011
The discussion goes far and yet the majority opinion is that it is better to
ensure good performance, not least because it seems that the URL structure
proposed by theexpert here is going to change much in terms of SEO.
Thank you all.
2011/6/13 mickey panayiotakis <mickey at infamia.com>
> IMO if the make-or-break point for your SEO strategy is a /date/ on the URL
> ,then you're using the wrong SEO strategist.
> Claude, in my experience a "lot" depends on your db config (sorry couldn't
> resist the pun). It could be as few as 100s. I had a site that was doing
> something similar (no category slugs for archives). At some point (low
> of pages/posts) the redirect table got so big that it
> exceeded max_allowed_packet. At that point, caching was about the only
> thing that saved us since every page view would cost in excess of 2000
> database requests (tried to rebuild the redirection table for every
> > What is "a lot" and "a few"?
> > 10s 100s 1000s or 10,000s
> > If it's an obvious question, forgive my newbish-ness.
> > Would be nice to know when I need to start worrying about the
> > permalink. Since, the number in the url is a little unfamiliar to some
> > folks, I'd like to keep it out. But performance is very important to
> > me.
> > Regards,
> > Claude Needham
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