How to Use Internal Linking to Boost SEO

How to Use Internal Linking to Boost SEO

The path to improving your website’s SEO can sometimes feel obscured behind a cloud of mystery. How do we influence the all-powerful Googlebot? While Google is very good at understanding content and categorizing it, it needs our help to understand the importance or priority of different content. In Google’s opinion, a web page that is linked to many other sources is an important or relevant page. When one website links to another, it’s called a backlink or an inbound...

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