Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by 1st, Aug 7, 2017.
What ways would you recommend going about this?
Following a specific structure?
do a search on this forum ffs
The two main ones you'll see are:
and the "whatever the hell you feel like" approach.
There are merits to both, and both have numerous successful examples. It really comes down to preference and what your goals are. A news site will have different goals than an amazon review site, which will have different goals from a site selling a specific product.
I like to use siloing, but just because it's very organized. You can have success with either one. The most important thing is that you do it. Identify the pages you want to rank, and make sure they're well-linked to.
Organization is a must OP, and not only for SEO purposes but simply for an easier navigation across your site. If your site focuses on one niche, then there's no need to Silo it too much and you can go with "whatever the hell you feel like" approach. Silo, in the true sense of the word, is really necessary only if you have a huge multiniche site. If you do not, then don't worry too much. Just interlink whatever with whatever, but have some navigational structure there and you will do just fine.
Silo is the way to go. Create supporting content for pages targeting high search volume keywords... The more the better
My personally, I interlink my pages like crazy, whenever it could potentially help the reader learn more, following wikipedia as a roadmap, and I am building some broad niche sites.
Research about silo and follow it as much as you can.
Separate names with a comma.