I'm aware that there are posts discussing this issue already (e.g. http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/1364/what-is-the-best-permalink-structure-for-seo) but I have a specific set of requirements according to my wordpress site structure, namely:
- 6 pages
- A small number of posts (~ 3 at launch, maybe 1 new one per month)
I'd like to include the post name in the URL (for both SEO and easier stats analysis), but I've seen references to 'problems' arising from using just the post name.
- Would this be the case, even on such a small site?
/%post_id%/%$postname%/be a 'better' alternative? I notice that, even with this configuration, the Pages don't use the post_id in their URL.