If you read my last post on Search Engine Safe (SES) URL's, you may have noticed that it was pretty basic. But like everything I post, it's kind of a work in progress.
Anyways, I've been working on a project and I had to revisit using SES's and I discovered another trick. Basically what I had before, using a URL parameter, should still be valid. If you don't remember, it looked something like this: