Internal Link Structures Still Matter
When it comes to SEO and search engines, the cache is king. One of the most simple metrics of measuring the wealth and authority of a web property is how many pages are indexed and whether or not preferred landing pages are established.
Structuring Your Link Hierarchy
However, before visitors can arrive, search engines need to find, spider, index and rank your pages for relevance. This means you should take every opportunity to increase indexation through creating viable link structures based on a hierarchy of importance for keywords or landing pages.
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