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Internal linking

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Jonaz86, Apr 19, 2016.

  1. Jonaz86

    Jonaz86 Junior Member

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    Hello guys,

    Im spending a lot of time on the external part of SEO and I thought i should tighten up my on page SEO now. I'm running a small webstore and I have categories for different products and then another set of subcategories for each main category. Is there any disadvantage with this setup SEO wise?
    Im afraid that the linkjuice is getting too wide spread taking into account the few links that I do get to the main landing page. Is there any benefit with cutting out the sub categories and just try to squeeze all products into the main categories?

    Also if i want to prioritize some categories that generates more revenues is there any way to link them from the main landing page in some clever way?

    And last question, is there any good guide or service to use for my on page SEO to see that everything has been optimized perfectly?

    p.s
    At the moment ive expanded each category with 2000 chars to gain more traffic trough long tale. Is there any great benefit to aim for 10k in each category? Im using a small plus sign which maximizes the text so it dont bother the visitors.

    Thanks in advance