Part of the popularity of WordPress is how easily it makes a website functional and yet attractive. One of the smaller details that you might want to adjust is how the addresses to your blog posts are structured. Permalink is the name given to the address of an individual blog post because they are “permanent links.” To change the permalink structure, start by going to the Dashboard.
Next, go to Settings > Permalinks.
As you can see, there are several choices under Common Settings. A popular choice is to use the Post name choice, which is a bit more informative.
If you want to have the date as part of the address, you can choose Day and name or Month and name. You can also change the structure of category and tag names under the Optional section.
Finally, when you write a blog post, you have the option of editing the permalink for an individual post. Just click to edit the title of your post, and a Permalink box with the option to edit should appear above your title in editing mode. Then, type in your preferred permalink (remembering that URLs must be unique). Generally, you want to make it as simple and short as possible.