What is a slug on a website?
A slug is the part of a URL which identifies a particular page on a website in an easy to read form. In other words, it’s the part of the URL that explains the page’s content. For this article, for example, the URL is https://yoast.com/slug, and the slug simply is ‘slug’.
What is a slug stop word?
A slug is the end part of the URL which identifies a post or page using human-readable keywords. This name is based on the use of “slug” in the news media to indicate a short name given to an article only for internal use. Slugs are usually a URL friendly version of the post title.
What is the slug in SEO?
SEO slugs are used to identify web pages in a form that is easy to read for your users. To put it simply, the nice and clean part of the URL on any of your web pages, that explains the content of that particular page, is a SEO slug.
How do you write a slug?
A ‘slug’ is the part that comes at the very end of a URL, and refers to a specific page or post. For example, the slug for the URL above (https://prettylinks.com/2017/08/link-redirect-types/) is link-redirect-types. Keeping your slugs concise and descriptive can prove beneficial in various ways.”