After finding some weird results in some SEO work, I had come to notice that underscores in urls didn’t seem to be treated as "word separators" in Google.
Although I had never actually done any sort of a study to confirm my suspicions, that is just A-OK, because I found a test done here that is worth reading and goes over the exact information you need to know.
To sum it up, google treats dashes (-) as a word separator, however google treats underscores(_) as nothing….just treats it as part of the word.
blog is great but this can’t be news to you, can it? Been more than a few very tight posts on this thus far in the field.
Your right, there have been. However, I don’t really care what others post, because half the time people are totally full of shit. I would rather post information that I know is right or refer to sources that I know aren’t total BS…even if it is a bit late.
Hey Trevor – as I mentioned, I like your blog – post wasn’t meant to cause you to spout off. Just a question 😉
I wasn’t spouting off, sorry if it seemed that way.
I was just answering your comment with an honest answer.