Internal links are links that go from one page on a domain to a different page on the SAME domain. They are commonly used in main navigation. These type of links are useful for three reasons: They allow users to navigate a website.
Internal links are most useful for establishing site architecture and spreading link equity (URLs are also essential). On an individual page, search engines need to see content in order to list pages in their massive keyword–based indices. They also need to have access to a crawlable link structure, a structure that lets spiders browse the pathways of a website in order to find all of the pages on a website. Hundreds of thousands of sites make the critical mistake of hiding or burying their main link navigation in ways that search engines cannot access. This hinders their ability to get pages listed in the search engines' indices.
Time to complete: 30 days
Limitations: 25 page site max.
Fee Schedule: One time
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