thank you sooo much again for your input.
And yeah, you are absolutely right.. I need to stop over thinking it.
I just try to get a clear picture first. I guess all the topics about internal linking confused me more as it should.
Your given answers "A+B" seem to be the most relevant a valid way to do it.
actually, I am not looking for an absolute predefined structure. I understand that you can have multiple options. And a predefined structure, or let's call it preset, might work for some sites, but might not work for others.
I just try to nail down some basic rules I always should consider. And before I start my new project, I just want to make sure my structure and internal setup is right from the beginning. Meaning, avoiding or having any major errors.
Ok... I will try to break my issues down into smaller steps......
so here we go... first step:
I read the internal linking article from moz, which can be found here:
They illustrate a pyramid structure - and what they write makes all logical sense.
However, when I look at the graphic... one question came up: How do you interpret or read the graphic ?
as you can see, I could read every "black line or connection line" just linking downwards.
But I could also read it that the pages are linked downwards and upwards.
So like mentioned before: First comes first...
What does that illustration mean ?
Edited by reseo, 28 May 2014 - 04:32 PM.