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    being a user of PHPNuke, there is a addon called google-tap
    this as a add-on that rewrites URLs to revome the "?" and make the url google friendly so it can be crawled by the bots better, and be reported better is stats application

    is there a feature like this (thats supported by vB) that i could use in vBulletin?

  • #2
    vBulletin has the Search Engine Friendly Archive that you can enable.

    Though bots, exspecially Google, can crawl the dynamic pages just fine these days.
    vBulletin v3.8.0's Implementation of Google Adsense Should Be Avoided At All Costs - Do Your Own Adsense Implementation

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    • #3
      ok, i suppose i need to worry too much about that then...
      thanks

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      • #4
        You can also purchase a plug-in called vB SEO. It's a third party hack, though. vB's built-in archive seems to work fine for most people.
        Last edited by Quillz; Sat 7 Jan '06, 4:30pm.
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        • #5
          @quillz: the name of that product is vbseo (vbseo.com).
          I use it and it has much more seo friendly urls then the archive has.
          I also includes much more then just the forum, but also profiles, etc.

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          • #6
            For $99 it better.

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            • #7
              It's $149, and yes, it does much more than just friendly URLs.
              vBulletin v3.8.0's Implementation of Google Adsense Should Be Avoided At All Costs - Do Your Own Adsense Implementation

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              • #8
                vb3 is already very spider friendly but yes, it would be a nice feature to have more human friendly urls like site.com/forums/forum-name/thread-title/
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