Today’s Ask an SEO question comes from Tiffany in New York. She asks:
“From an SEO perspective, which one is better, single page vs. multi-page design? For instance, within a product page, shall the spec, support be separated to different tabs with distinct URLs under product page or shall they be combined to one page?”
Great question! Because I don’t know your specific situation or website, I’m going to respond in general.
The easy answer is a single page for the information.
This makes the content easier for Google to find and you have less to worry about I.T.-wise.
However, this answer also depends on your situation.
I have one client with thousands of product reviews on their pages for multiple products.
These reviews include images uploaded by customers and sometimes videos.
These reviews weigh the page down and when we paginate it destroys our crawl budget.
The Department of Justice has announced charges against six Russian intelligence officers in connection with a series of majorly “disruptive and destructive” cyberattacks.
The DOJ on Monday said that a federal grand jury had indicted six Russian computer hackers, officers of the Russian Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU), for their role in a series of “computer intrusions and attacks” conducted from 2015 through 2019 “for the strategic benefit of Russia.” This allegedly included malware attacks against Ukraine’s electric power grid, as well as efforts to disrupt France’s 2017 elections and the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Officials also said the defendants were responsible for “destructive malware attacks that infected computers worldwide” and led to nearly $1 billion in losses.
The alleged hackers, The Washington Post notes, are a part of the same intelligence agency previously charged over interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, although the indictment unsealed on Monday didn’t include charges