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Abdullah Alamin
Aug 02, 2022
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Optimize your internal link structure Posted: 2020-11-18 Internal link structures. Let's start by quickly talking about what an internal link is. An internal link is a link from a web page to another resource in the same domain. homepage The Blue Widgets page goes: 11.1 homepage 11.1 to 1/4″ page 11.1 to 1/2″ page The Cyan Widgets page passes: 16.7 homepage 16.7 to page 1″ 1/4″ page passes: 5.6 homepage 5.6 on the Blue Widgets page 1/2″ page passes: 5.6 homepage 5.6 on the Blue Widgets page Page 1″ passes: 8.4 homepage 8.4 on page Cyan Widgets fax number list So in the end we end up with the following values: Home - 180.7 Almond Widgets - 33.3 Blue Widgets - 44.5 Cyan Widgets - 41.7 1/4" - 11.1 1/2" - 11.1 1" - 16.7 Thus, we can see that if the weight of 1″ Cyan Widget page is higher in a structure with only one link in the Cyan Widgets grouping, the Blue Widgets page has more PageRank than the Cyan Widgets page, because other are returned. . This defines a scenario where the more items in a group (whether products or just content categories on a publisher's website), the more important that category is. Now let's look at a slightly more advanced scenario that better reflects how the web works, a scenario where each page links to pages below it, those on the same level unless they cross categories, and back to the home page. . For example, in this
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