We all have our favorites. The favorite restaurant or favorite shirt or favorite ice cream flavor or favorite web page. Yes, favorite web page. All too often when we’re working on a specific web page or blog post, this current page become our biggest focus. We pour all our energy into creating the best page we can. We create super useful backlinks, we’ve got the SEO perfect, the word length is exactly what we wanted and the image is super relevant and catchy. But what about the other pages on the website – those pages that were at one time, our favorites…. We can’t neglect these pages, and this is where internal linking comes in. Internal linking is how you can show these other pages some love and remind them that they are still your favorites.
Internal linking is a way to connect the pages that make up your website. This mean linking from a descriptive page to a product page or linking from a blog post to a service page. Think of internal links as a way for your readers to find their way around your website. These links take your readers on a tour of your website giving them relevant related information.
Now, we’re guessing that you might be asking yourself – but why? Why do I need internal links if I’ve already got backlinks, good SEO, a regularly updated blog, a search function, and all the other stuff you’ve told me to do? To be blunt, you need internal links to help your readers. But, as with all things Internet, there is of course more to the benefits of internal linking than this…. Read more