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What are Internal links ?


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An internal link is a hyperlink between two pages on the same website. They pass PageRank (or SEO value) as well as context through anchor text and surrounding content. Simply put, if you can add links between two web pages, and they live on the same root domain, those are internal links. There are four types of internal links you need to know of: contextual links, navigational links, footer links, and image links.

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Internal links are the hyperlinks that gives access to navigate from one page in a website to another. In Simple words internal links are the links that connects one page on your website to another page on your website. 

Types of internal links:- 

1. Contextual Links

2. Image Links

3. Navigational Links

4. Footer Links

5. Taxonomy Links

If you don't link your content you won't be able to rank. If you apply a solid strategies for internal linking your users and search engines will understand your website better. 

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Internal links is any link from one page to another on your website. These links are more useful in establishing site architecture and link equity. These are contextual links which point out the reader to related content. So internal links play a vital part to help Google understand your site better and rank your website. A good digital marketing consultant would help you with your internal linking and overall SEO strategy. 

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