What Is A Slug?

by | Jan 10, 2021

A slug is part of a URL that is located at the very end of the website link

A slug is part of a URL that is located after the domain extension.  For example, in www.corkboardconcepts.com/articles – the slug is the ‘articles.’

You want to customize your URL’s slug for good reasons:

  • improving your rankings on SERPs by showing descriptive information of your site to search engine
  • making it easy to identify the content for users,
  • making your URL more appealing to users, which can make it easier for them to remember.

 

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