I don`t think it`s so much a matter of ranking them higher .... basically, it used to be that after 3 or 4 variables in the url, the spiders just couldn`t/wouldn`t deal with them .... rewritten url`s eliminate that problem, as well as look much better for your users .... but, setting up the htaccess part of it can be tricky.
In a nutshell, if the original dynamic url looked like this:
You could rewrite it to look like this:
Your site links would need to point to the rewritten url, not the dynamic one, and then in your htaccess file you need to place the rewrite rule. There are many tutorials and htaccess generators online to show you the code you would need for this.
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