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Silo Structure: about that static main page

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Garthog, Nov 4, 2015.

  1. Garthog

    Garthog Newbie

    Nov 4, 2015
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    So I have been reading a lot on this forum and the web about silo structuring. One of the biggest problems I haven't found much about however is the main page having to be static.

    My sites are content heavy authority sites with magazine themes, so to describe the paradox:

    Making the main page fully static would be a no-no in terms of user-friendliness while not doing so would make it a no-no in terms of silo leakage.

    But then I realized something, about which I could use some feedback:

    Silo structuring works because of building up SEO juice flow over time. Magazine templates ideally have a week's up to a month's content on the main page. So if content first appears on the main page (user-friendly, but duplicate to google), but disappears from there after say a month, I wouldn't immediately call the silo structure "broken", just temporarily leaking while it's still building up link juice anyway.

    Thoughts, anyone?