The Best Way For Topical Authority?

dakudaddy

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I am working on a site where the keyword is product name, and I am grouping keywords related to products like how to care clean, insurance, maintenance, security, and related keywords. Each keyword has sub-keywords like best and comparison, so I need category suggestions. Currently, I am adding articles like main keyword + Supported = categories Name (Total 5-6 categories minimum).
(this means I am adding new categories for every keyword and internal links to related keywords, like in the security article, Insurance is also essential, so I am adding internal links to both of them articles. In cleaning, I am adding internal links to maintenance articles )
How can I improve this structure more
or
an internal link under 1 category only
or
create subcategories under 1 category? Like Maintenance is the main and cleaning & care is a secondary category?
Do you have any suggestions on which can improve the site semantically? I am trying to cover every topic related to the product.
 
Consider creating a hierarchical structure with main categories like "Maintenance," and then subcategories such as "Cleaning & Care" within it, ensuring each subcategory covers related aspects. This approach enhances semantic coherence, making it easier for users to navigate and understand the relationships between different topics while optimizing for search engine relevance.
 
Consider creating a hierarchical structure with main categories like "Maintenance," and then subcategories such as "Cleaning & Care" within it, ensuring each subcategory covers related aspects. This approach enhances semantic coherence, making it easier for users to navigate and understand the relationships between different topics while optimizing for search engine relevance.
Can I make them main categories but put them in the menu to show them under maintenance? or maintenance main category Cleaning or Best Cleaner / Cleaner reviews as subcategories?

maintenance> Cleaning>>Best Cleaner / Cleaners?
there was some prompt shared here to create semantic keywords for any niche using gpt in a table format. go for a quick search it will help you for sure
will check them thanks
 
Can I make them main categories but put them in the menu to show them under maintenance? or maintenance main category Cleaning or Best Cleaner / Cleaner reviews as subcategories?

maintenance> Cleaning>>Best Cleaner / Cleaners?

will check them thanks
Absolutely, you can showcase "Maintenance" as the main category in your menu, and then have "Cleaning" as a subcategory. Within "Cleaning," you can further break it down into "Best Cleaner" and "Cleaner Reviews." This structure not only keeps your menu clean and user-friendly but also maintains a logical hierarchy for both visitors and search engines, optimizing the site's semantic structure.
 
Absolutely, you can showcase "Maintenance" as the main category in your menu, and then have "Cleaning" as a subcategory. Within "Cleaning," you can further break it down into "Best Cleaner" and "Cleaner Reviews." This structure not only keeps your menu clean and user-friendly but also maintains a logical hierarchy for both visitors and search engines, optimizing the site's semantic structure.
Thanks, I will do the same. Can I do internal links like post in safety tips to insurance? or how to insure your product or how to avoid theft ?
 
Thanks, I will do the same. Can I do internal links like post in safety tips to insurance? or how to insure your product or how to avoid theft ?
Certainly, internal linking between related articles is a great strategy. In your "Safety Tips" post, you can include internal links to articles about insurance, preventing theft, and any other relevant topics. This not only helps users explore related content seamlessly but also signals to search engines the interconnectedness of your site, rapidly improving its SEO.

Just make sure the links are natural and contextually relevant!
 
For building topical authority you are on right path with that content structure.
Something equivalent to SILO structure is a good starting point.
Next interlink your content based on relevance.
Link to relevant trusted external web properties like a reference/credits section at bottom with these links.

Most Important: Only relevant backlinks from quality web properties.
Your link profile should appear natural and avoid/minimize use of backlinks pointing to inner pages.
Point maximum of your backlinks to homepage.
Use anchors wisely, personally I minimize using keyword anchors.

About page, author page, contact page, social profiles, brand pages on trusted web properties.
If applicable don't skip info pages like privacy, disclaimer, toc etc.

To sum up I will say building Topical authority for your website is like most online GURUS build their brand & trust online.
 
Certainly, internal linking between related articles is a great strategy. In your "Safety Tips" post, you can include internal links to articles about insurance, preventing theft, and any other relevant topics. This not only helps users explore related content seamlessly but also signals to search engines the interconnectedness of your site, rapidly improving its SEO.

Just make sure the links are natural and contextually relevant!
Thanks
 
Hi dakudaddy maybe these links will help you

Marc Moeller

Koray
https://www.youtube.com/@TopicalAuthority
https://www.holisticseo.digital/theoretical-seo/topical-authority/
 
The best way to gain topical authority is to create high-quality content that provides deep insight on the topic. This should be combined with a comprehensive SEO strategy that includes link building, keyword research, and content promotion.
 
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