is this url is good for search engine.
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Aaron TomoskyDirector of Solutions ConsultingCommented:
IMO it's too many keywords. Everything in the () should o except diamond. And drop the ().
ajaymaster143Author Commented:
please write full url so i change as you say.
Aaron TomoskyDirector of Solutions ConsultingCommented:
Now that I think about it, I'd use folder redirection.
Or something like that
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good enough. basically every URL contains human readable word is good for search engine, though character "(" or ")" is not common, i think it's better if you change it to "-".

then what the meaning of "clarity-g-color"? is "g" for "gold" or something? it's better for search engine if your url has complete words.
ajaymaster143Author Commented:

is this ok now
Tony McCreathTechnical SEO ConsultantCommented:
Don't use full stops. Stick to the alphabet, numbers and dashes. Everything else should go (outside the .aspx which you could drop with URL mapping as well if you want).

I agree with @aarontomosky suggestion of folders if you can categories your products.

Drop what they call stop words. Ones that are common, short or add no value.

So maybe:


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ajaymaster143Author Commented:

is look best can you please help me how to rewrite this.
Tony McCreathTechnical SEO ConsultantCommented:
It all depends on how you have implemented your website.

The .Net Routing Module may be what you want to use:
ajaymaster143Author Commented:
thanks i working on this
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