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Internal back link

Discussion in 'Link Development' started by izapharry, Oct 23, 2019.

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    Hello All,
    SEMrush
    If a webpage has sitewide link throughout whole website. Is that webpage require internal links or not ?
     
    izapharry, Oct 23, 2019 IP
    SEMrush
  2. ashleyow

    ashleyow Greenhorn

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    If I get you right, the link to that webpage can be found on a main page. In this case you don't need to build any links.
     
    ashleyow, Oct 23, 2019 IP
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    IMDaniel Peon

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    Google likes to see user engagement because that indicates that visitors like your content and it can boost your rankings, so use internal links in your posts when it makes sense to do so, even if you have sitewide links, because it creates more user engagement.

    If you have a site about random topics then sitewide links can be negative because you are passing around link juice to unrelated pages. In that case, it is better to only use inbound links between related pages.
     
    IMDaniel, Nov 28, 2019 IP
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    seoninja121 Greenhorn

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    Most sites have too many links to the homepage as it is. You would rather strengthen internal pages to boost the overall SEO of your site, rather than simply point more links at the homepage.
     
    seoninja121, Dec 3, 2019 at 3:44 AM IP
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    davilama2682 Greenhorn

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    Internal websites links are always good to have. These types of links that you describe, most-likely are the ones that tend to become sitelinks listed by search engines for your website. I call them navigational links. Their purpose is to take you to pages that contain links to further internal website content pages. Categorical pages also I call them. They become a landing page of sorts to guide your website visitors to more jnternal content yours as organized by topic/interest. Click any one of them on that landing page - you arrive at individual content page/URL.
     
    davilama2682, Dec 5, 2019 at 4:41 PM IP