Internal links work just like backlinks. Okay, let us first understand the meaning of these nuances.
Backlinks are hyperlinks between two different websites. When you link to another website from your own website, you call that link an external link. When you link within your own website, you call those links internal links.
2. Duplicate content
Another factor to consider is duplicate content.
To understand duplicate content, let us first understand the meaning of unique content.
Unique content is basically the actual content of a page. It’s what lies between the header, footer and sidebars. Now sometimes, this can get duplicated on multiple URLs, but Google doesn’t recommend it and large quantities of duplicate content can greatly harm your website and rankings.
The more backlinks a page has, the more valuable it is for that website and also the more value it can pass onward to another page, through a link of its own. This SEO signal is very important for Google and it will be for a long time.
7. Dofollow & Nofollow
Step 1. Mapping Everything
Page Title, URL, Main Keyword, Other Keywords, Pages to link from, Anchor Text
The key here, however, is to think of keywords that will help you find content to which that particular article will be relevant. Look at how I added ‘monitoring’ as a relevant keyword for the Google Analytics article. You can also use variations, such as ‘monitor’ or ‘monitor your traffic’.
Step 3. Searching Your Website
It’s now time to use those keywords to find relevant, older articles that we can link to our most recent 5 articles. There are two ways you can do this:
Step 4. Interlink from & to New Pages