Have you noticed your WordPress website or blog creating separate URL for images? It creates unnecessary pages which Google crawls it. Example: Post: example.com/blog/my-blog-post/ Image URL: example.com/blog/my-blog-post/blog-image/ Image Path: example.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/date/blog-image.png Generally, there is no use of 2nd URL, it just creates unnecessary pages. Ideally, this should redirect to the image… Continue Reading How to prevent WordPress Creating Separate URL for Images

Introduction The page URL plays an important role when it comes to search engine optimisation. In the past, everyone had their own way of creating page URL but since when Google announced properly optimised URL is a ranking signal, it has become a common practice to create SEO friendly URLs.… Continue Reading Ultimate URL Structure Planning Guide for SEO