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Is this Silo structure right for my authority site?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ewritezone, Apr 23, 2019.

  1. ewritezone

    ewritezone Junior Member

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    Hi,

    So I'm starting a blog for NY membership site.

    The front page is going to be a sales page kind of thing with calls to action to my free membership, product listings etc.

    It'll link to my blog too, from the top menu.

    Now I've been researching a solo structure to use for that blog.

    It'll be under website.com/blog

    This is what I've come up with. Can someone tell me if I'm moving in the right direction?

    1. /Blog will have a list of all the articles in the site, with a primary drop down menu with all the categories and sub categories.

    2 The right side bar will again list all the categories and sub categories in their hierarchy.

    3. Clicking on each category page with list the relevant aticles in it.

    4. And the post link structure should be /blog/category1/subcategory1/postname

    5. I read a post that said that these url names should be short and sweet (just the keywords) so it doesn't look too spammy.

    6. And interlinking between posts of a particular category, but not with posts of other categories. We can link to category pages of other categories from these posts though.

    Did I get everything right?

    Thanks guys!