SEO Silos: How to Rank for More Keywords Without Building Links [5 Ways]

SEO Silos: How to Rank for More Keywords Without Building Links [5 Ways]

Looking to get the most out of your site’s silo structure? In this video, you will learn everything you need to know about SEO silos and website architecture. Maximize your site’s SEO now with proper SEO siloing and interlinking…

By properly interlinking various types of pages in categories (silos), you’ll increase your chances of ranking for both competitive SEO keywords as well as effortlessly ranking for longtail keywords.

In this video, you’ll find..

00:05 What is an SEO Silo?
00:21 Benefits of a planned site architecture
01:47 Keyword Research
03:42 Internal Linking

**SEO Silo Configurations**
04:05 #1 Top-Down Recycle
06:54 #2 Reverse Silo
08:44 #3 Serial Silo
10:29 #4 YOLO Silo (Every Page)
11:22 #5 Priority Silo (Advanced)

13:09 The Best SILO Configuration
13:57 FAQs
18:42 Three Main Goals on Interlinking

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10 thoughts on “SEO Silos: How to Rank for More Keywords Without Building Links [5 Ways]”

  1. Hi Matt, To create a silo structure is it necessary to create the main topic and sub topics on pages or can I use the WordPress post to create a parent post and its sub post.

  2. Hi Matt, thanks for the great explanation. It's very useful! One thing I wanted to ask: in all your structure examples, you show one main topic at the top. How does it work when you have several main topics (categories) on a site? I guess many of us have several categories (silos) that are relevant to each other.

  3. Matt Do you explain in the lab version HOW you should link there and back between a post and another article. It is alright saying it with an arrow pointing to either end. However, I can see how you link one way by adding that to the post in your link with the keywords. How are you linking back? Simply by adding a context link somewhere from your other article. Could this not lead your money article to have hundreds of links in and out? Do you have a video on the priority concept as an arrow does not show how you are linking.

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