What is internal linking?

What is internal linking?

Backlinks that connect one web page on a domain to another web page on the same domain
are known as internal links.
They're most typically utilised in main navigation or UX, but we may use them as SEOs as well.

They are mostly used for two purposes:
1 – We can utilise them to create a hierarchical structure on
the domain to aid in the development of relevancy and authority for specific keywords.
2 - Internal links, especially contextual connections, can be used to move link juice/authority from one website to another.

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