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    Philip Roa

    Based on the facts this article (http://searchengineland.com/single-page-websites-seo-182506) presents, would you rather have a single-page website or a multi-page website?

    • This topic was modified 5 years, 11 months ago by Philip Roa.

    It depends on the objectives. I’ll stick with Tom’s “Single page websites can be great for new sites and special projects. I donโ€™t recommend them as long-term solutions and, if you have a multi-page website, I do not recommend switching to a single-page site.”

    Pam Sallegue

    I think it depends on the purpose. There’s nothing wrong with having multi-page website if every page has its own purpose of existence. ๐Ÿ™‚

    sandy dulay

    I’ll agree with Pam. ๐Ÿ™‚


    I’m more of a visual person which is why I prefer single-page websites — mostly because a lot of them are ridiculously creative ๐Ÿ˜› But yeah.. they’re usually just projects.. it can prove to be a challenge when you want to SEO your website..

    Harry Uy

    The most eye-catching websites are not even a whole web page, sometimes, they’re just above the fold. You don’t even need to scroll down.
    There’s elegance and authority in being able to showcase what’s important without having the need to become wordy.

    But again, this is from a graphic designer’s perspective.

    Angel Calle

    I agree with what Matt Cutts said. I also think that it depends on your particular area. On the other hand, it’s good to note that Google works well for single-page website as well.


    Nice insights Angel! ๐Ÿ˜€

    mmr blb

    SEO has been changing into content marketing. The single web page has only limited reach out. Thus, it is advisable to have CMS system to update the content under different categories. Google likes the fresh content very much.

    Sumit Sharma

    Yes you are right Pam.

    Vishal Dole

    An internal link is a type of hyperlink on a webpage to another page or resource, such as an image or document, on the same website or domain. Hyperlinks are considered either “external” or “internal” depending on their target or destination.

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    I don’t think it’s limited to. It depends on the basis of content.


    well, i cant say content marketing but content marketing is based on so because if you wanna become a digital marketer then you should have the knowledge of content marketer to perform any task in seo.I my self-take some tips from this https://www.branex.ca/blog/dramatically-improve-your-seo-rankings/ they have giving me a great knowledge in SEO and web development


    Itโ€™s no secret that the majority of people performing web searches are doing it from a mobile device, which is one of the advantages to having a single page website. Single page sites typically convert much easier to mobile, and users find them simple to navigate.


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