Question: What is a logical link structure?
There are two types…Onsitelogical link structure
Refers to the manner in which your site links to your site’s pages, or rather how your site links to itself. There are many ways that your own site may have an illogical link structure, at least as far as the search engines are concerned. Engines like to be able to find all your content efficiently. So if your site has 100 pages, it’s best to make it so the engines can find links to those 100 pages as efficiently and quickly as possible, which means in as few pages as possible. A site map located at the top directory level is one possible quick-fix for a poorly organized site.
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Inboundlogical link structure
Refers to the collective impression the links to your site from other sites give to the search engines. Also known as a link profile or link signature, the terms all refer to how a search engine anlyzes inbound links to any given site in order to determine where to rank that site for a searcher. The engines are looking for linking patterns that they can trust, and also look for linking patterns that might signify a fake or manufactured inbound link structure.
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