With all this talk of mobile first indexing, there isn’t much we haven’t heard about it. But for some, there is a topic that isn’t talked about as much, and that’s the impact on internal linking and previous internal linking best practices.
There have been some popular methods in the past for providing paths for search engines, such as bulky main navigations, HTML sitemap-style pages that exist purely for internal linking, or blocks of links at the bottom of indexed pages. Chances are, larger sites have used at least two or three of these methods. In a post by Tom Capper on Moz, he’ll explain why all of these are looking pretty shaky, and what he would suggest we do about it.