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Difference between Internal links and Inbound links

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Internal links:

Network practitioners from different disciplines may have different terminology, but I think it's a term in the SEO "community" and beyond.

In general, an internal link refers to any link from a page on a page to another page on the same domain.

This can refer to the main site navigation, as you see above in this article link our SEO, PPC and other parts. It also refers to links to related content within articles, such as articles that are linked to duplicate content.

For the purposes of this article, I mainly confine myself to the latter - an editorial link in the article.

This is not to undermine the importance of the broader Web site architecture, but rather because the links in the article are more of a daily SEO strategy, which is usually controlled by the author and editor of the site rather than the technical team.

Basically, how easy is your site for users to experience rich, how to connect your website pages internally and help make navigation the simplest.

Inbound Links:

Inbound links (also known as backlinks) are hyperlinks to third-party pages on pages on your site. Inbound links are important for search engine optimization because Google and other search engines see multiple relevant inbound links to the page indicating that the content on that page is useful. Basically, in order to promote your site, you need people to talk about your site, so any links you submit or any other website links to your site will make your site rank better in Google.



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