Building search engines-optimized URLs is a craft. And although it has to be done manually for best results, it’s good to have a tool that can help you build a proper URL for your web content.
Integrating social media within your organization can help you reach your organization’s goals. The integration can be done on your organization’s intranet to increase transparency, but you can also make social networks a part of your public-facing website to expand reach and increase conversion of your website.
The presentations decks from the recent SharePoint 2013 WCM Bootcamp have just been made available.
The ability of defining user- and search engines-friendly URLs for content published from Catalogs in SharePoint 2013 is a great advantage from the web content publishing perspective. There is however one thing that you have to take into account for the URL rewriting for Catalog Items to work.
Using one Catalog Item Page you can publish the contents of hundreds of items on your website. But what will you see if you type the wrong URL?