There is a mix of internal link types that a website should use, this include:
Contextual links: Contextual links are those that you share within the content of your web and blog content, for example, linking from a blog post to a key landing page or product.
Navigational links: Navigation links are the link included in your main navigation menu to make it easy for your site users to move from page to page.
Footer links: Links in the footer section are footer links or boilerplate links that show on each page; this includes, but is not limited to, the contact page, terms pages, and top-level category pages.
Image links: These are internal links that are provided under any visuals or images included in the content.
Using appropriate internal links can make it easy for site visitors to navigate your site, pass link equity from one page to another and help Google crawl through your site and make sense of your site’s hierarchy. Let’s get started with your internal linking audit today.
Internal links are essential because including them in your content can help search engines understand and rank your website better. By providing search engines with links to follow along with descriptive anchor text, you can suggest to Google which pages of your site are meaningful and provide context around what they are about.
If a critical landing page doesn’t have adequate internal links, you may find that it doesn’t rank as highly as competitor pages. An internal linking audit will help find these opportunities for you.
Who Can Benefit From an Internal Linking Audit?
Any domain in any industry or niche
Any size of website that is at least six months old
Any website that is actively producing blog content
Any business looking to bridge the gap between itself and their competitors
If your website struggles to rank, an internal linking audit can be the answer you never knew you needed. In short, an internal linking audit can benefit almost any website. So if you’re looking to get ahead of your competition or want to make sure your site is as visible as possible, get started today with an internal linking audit from techseoaudits.com.
Choose the Delivery Method that Suits You
An internal linking audit can produce a lot of findings – that’s why we offer a customisable audit package. Whether you prefer a spreadsheet, word document, or presentation, we have an option that will suit your needs. Our internal linking audit package includes an in-depth analysis of your content and provides recommendations on where links can and should be better utilised.
So if you’re looking for an SEO link audit that will give you the information you need to make informed decisions about the relationships between pages on your website, look no further!
Choose your chosen delivery method above, and proceed to checkout with your internal linking package.
How Long will an Internal Linking Audit take to Complete?
The time it takes to complete your audit will depend on the size of your website, but it typically takes 5-7 days. If you require your audit sooner or have any special requests, please get in touch.
Please also send us the domains of the website you would like us to audit.
What Will I Receive From my Internal Linking Analysis?
One link audit sheet with key link metrics
Clear evaluation and next steps outlining the most significant internal link opportunities
Accompany word document/presentation as applicable
We will work with you to create an internal link strategy tailored specifically for your business based on your analysis findings. Don’t hesitate to get started today!