IS it OK to split long posts into multiple page via WP pagination? More specifically, what are the SEO implications - does each page get a different URL (for example), or all the pages share the same URL?
I must admit I have not tried it practically.
Any plugins suggested for pagination?
Thanks in advance!
I hate it when the news sites do that. The only reason I can see for it is to artificially inflate page views.
Still - Google says these are "authority" sites now. If Mr Murdoch owns it - he only employs honest experts with no axe to grind.
WP Is ready to go to do that and it adds /2 etc to the URL.
pagination is built into wordpress
You create a new page with this wordpress shortcode:
blah blah blah
now blah blah in page 2
now blah blahing in page3
can be a good way to shove ads down your viewers throat or to make a no-scroll design.
Well, it is a bit irritating to click a link to go to next page - I say that as a reader.
But I was planning a long post, which (I am afraid) will run into 3000-3500 words. I have a two column design, with a wide sidebar. After the first 600 words or so, the reader is likely to find a large white space to the right.
Not much ads either - just a single adsense block of 300 x 250 in the top right.
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