Internal links are important aspect of a website since they allow Google to understand and rank your website better. By giving Google links to follow along with descriptive anchor text, you can indicate to Google which pages of your site are important, as well as what they are about.
But is there a difference in the value of an internal link based simply on page location? Will the location of a link within a web page create a difference in the value of the link and change up the efficiency of the link from an SEO perspective?
John Mueller of Google discussed his insights into internal linking and any difference it may have in value.
Watch at 0:49 Seconds in the Video for the answer: