Internal link refers to a site's own links to its own sub-pages in the same domain. With internal linking, not only does the human visitor want to find one's pages but also that indexing search engine spiders will find them.
A good internal link
In search engine optimization of a website, the internal link is one of many things you look at and try to strengthen and improve if needed. By having a good and efficient internal link, you create transparency and high visibility for their content in the search engine eyes and it is usually rewarded. The more, for example, Google has to look for to find your important underside, the greater the risk that it is not considered to be particularly important at all. Important content is easily found. By getting content easier to find, it seems more important.
To think of
Some things worth keeping in mind when creating their internal link:
Keyword Strategy Keep your keywords in mind when creating your internal link and let landing page keywords be mentioned in anchor texts .
Title Attributes Do not be afraid to use title attributes on your links. It creates additional relevance, albeit not so much.
The red thread Always have the site's red thread in focus. Try to get the local link's link texts go hand in hand with other actions on the site. For a higher stringency , there is a common thread in the use of inter-linking with external chaining , page titles , meta data , headings and content .
Completion A potentially interlinked link may be enhanced by website maps , both visible as hidden in XML.