Why Website Structuring for SEO Matters! | SEO for Beginners

Have you ever visited a website that left
you feeling frustrated? Maybe you were looking for something and you
couldn’t find it. Or you felt as if you fell into a tangled
puzzle and not sure where to go. Websites with poorly organized structures
have this effect and they can leave you feeling disoriented and discouraged. That is why. Today here I am Rashmi Batham, going to explain
– Why website structuring for SEO matters? Alright so, When it comes to websites, the
most basic site structure consists of a single Home page linked with multiple pages of a
subfolder. There are times when you just have to add
a simple-contact form and sometimes it is too complicated to structure the overall layout
of the website depending on the expectations. To make things easier, there comes the role
of inbound linking. Well, many people understand how inbound linking
can impact search results and small businesses SEO, therefore, it’s important to understand
how web design and information architecture come into play. By incorporating the right elements and connecting
it in a structured way, you can improve the usability and accessibility of a website for
both search engines and your potential customers. HOW YOUR SITE IS VIEWED BY CRAWLERS
While humans can see a website as a combination of text and images but computers, spiders,
robots and crawlers read the website as text written in a variety of code. They have a limited ability to process the
format of a site but search crawlers can’t see a website in the same way as us humans. They have to look at the link structure to
understand. LINK STRUCTURE
Well, link structuring is just the linking of the website pages with the homepage. The thing that matters the most is- Does your
site clearly links to other pages? The robots want to find as much information
as they can and the structure of links helps them do that. Internal linking helps the spider to crawl
the site quickly and easily, hyperlinks with ‘anchor text‘ tell the search spiders
where it’s going. If a page is not properly connected, the crawler
doesn’t know where to go; it stops and exits the website. CREATE A CLEAR HIERARCHY
Think of your site like a tree. The home page is the trunk; main limbs are
secondary or top navigation; smaller branches are individual web pages. In order for the smaller branches to get water
from the ground, the moisture needs to be able to travel up, each limb is connected
to the other. A search engine indexes your site the same
way. Make sure that your pages on the website link
to one another easily and logically. And for us humans? We’d all agree, if we can’t find the information
we’re looking for, we’ll quickly leave the site. Don’t you agree? That is why the site structure of your website
matters the most. Thanks for watching this video. Please subscribe for our channel if you want
to see more about SEO. And don’t forget to Grow big and Convert

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