I came across this article with some useful links and articles on Website Structure which I would like to share with you . . .
We write a lot about site structure. Here’s a short summary of some of these posts which might help you optimize the structure of your own website!
When used correctly, category and tag pages bring some structure to your website and can boost your site’s SEO.
By creating a, you can use the content you’ve written that has attracted links from others, and use your site’s structure to spread some of that “linkjuice” to the other pages on your site.
Cornerstone articles should be relatively high in your site structure.
If your site has over a 1,000 pages and you intend on growing, you should also think about your crawl efficiency.
If you own a growing blog, it’s important to keep its structure in shape.
Using headers and signal words are some of the things you can do to set up a clear blog post structure!