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Jul 31, 2022
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Your top-level pages will fall into the following categories: Stand-alone page that doesn’t need subsequent pages at deeper levels (e.g., solutions, tools, pricing, contact) Category page (e.g., blog, product categories, knowledgebase, career page) Content hub page—high-level content about a topic that has many subtopics (e.g., a page about marketing that links to subpages about market research, marketing strategy, and marketing tactics) You can decide if and how to expand on your top-level pages based on your knowledge of the industry, common sense, and the keyword research. Your keyword categories (topic clusters) will tell you what to target when expanding on your main keywords. 5. Map out site navigation components Top-level navigation is essential for visitors to be able to switch between your most important pages conveniently. Those pages represent the highest level in your website structure. It can be something as simple as we have here in Ahrefs: 16-ahrefs-navigation.png But it can also get quite complicated if you have a big website. It can still be done in a user-friendly way, though: 17-etsy-navigation.png Many websites supplement their header navigation with a footer. You’ll often see pages such as T&C, privacy policy, and other such boring stuff in there. Many visitors won’t scroll to the bottom but feel free to treat the footer as another important navigation element. You can link to the top-level pages that didn’t make it into the header and even repeat some from the header menu as we do: The workload like this whatsapp number list allows both the vendor and the affiliate to focus on. Clicks are the number of clicks coming to your website’s URL from organic search results. 18-ahrefs-footer.jpg There are some more ‘unusual’ navigation components, too, like breadcrumbs. Let’s take a look at it without going into its etymology: 19-etsy-breadcrumbs.png From a user perspective, breadcrumbs are useful in two use cases: They help you navigate the website when you land on a deep page. It’s a handy shortcut to get back into a category page. It’s possible to deploy history-based breadcrumbs that take into account your applied product filters. Generally speaking, they’re not necessary if you have a relatively small website with a flat structure. The deeper your website structure gets, the more critical breadcrumbs become. As a rule of thumb, consider deploying breadcrumbs if you have many pages on the third and deeper level which you can’t possibly cover with your header navigation. Medium and big ecommerce stores fall into this category. Speaking of ecommerce, the last site navigation component is faceted navigation.
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