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Parent vs. no parent for a sub-item page – SEO, Ranking

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  • IT does not matter . Google constantly updates algorithms so one day first one can be good and other day second one .

    Thanks Kulwant2sin,

    However, I noticed that in some of the leading global websites, which belong to the world’s largest consulting firms. Many sub-item pages are non-parent and others have a parent.

    These are multi-million dollars websites which are designed and built by some of the best forces in the industry so I am sure they have good reasons for that.

    Noam

    Please don’t quote but I would say left to right priority matters. however, keeping the subpage in subpage is honest way of building the site your eg line 1. line 2 is bit smart way… but its not the actual structure of your site. so if I were you I would go for line 1. in both case it does not matter a lot as long as the URL is not way too long 256 chars or something cant remember…

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