130. Head Over Foot: Rethinking Internal Linking


released March 22, 2022
(recorded March 19, 2022) - 1 hour, 2 minutes

On today’s episode of we are talking in-depth about internal linking between pages of your website. We’re going to dig into the expectations of the header and footer of your website, what your jewelry customers expect to see in the header and footer, and the behind the scenes of how Google reads them. Our sources come from two recent Google Office Hours Q&A sessions that shed new light on the SEO value that Google gives to links and text in your website’s header and footer. If usability and SEO are important to you, then we know for sure that you’ll get some golden nuggets of information out of this podcast episode, because the new Google information we break down today was even a little surprising for us. So if you’re serious about the SEO of your jewelry site, then keep listening as we dive in.

Reference Desk:

Websites we used for data and mention during this episode:

Internal Linking is Super Critical For SEO - Google's John Mueller affirms the importance of internal linking for SEO and recommends a strategic approach

Are Internal Links In Header and Footer Treated Differently? - Does Google treat internal links differently based on location on a page? Are header and footer internal links less important?

AT: 03/22/2022 09:33:11 AM  

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