Page positions on a site's main navigation menu

by EmilyT
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Hi All,

Our team is currently optimizng a business site's main navigation menu, and I would like to get some help to understand the following questions thanks!

>> Would it impact the Google bot's crawl depeth when I place a set of pages (with high organic traffic growth) on a different position of the main nav menu? (Let's say currently the page sets can be accessed on the top level menu, but they might be moved to a sub menu that needs to be clicked to expland)?

>> Also, what other things you'd care about when placing page links on the nav menu from SEO perspectives?

Thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author KylieSweet
    Navigation menu button links must be featured in the website which contains the main product and services of the business along with the about us, promotion, blog, and contact us page links.
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    • Profile picture of the author EmilyT
      Thanks for the answer, Kylie!

      Would you mind also helping me understand this follow-up question: I believe we do have all the links / web page sections featured on the website properly at the moment. However, there's a page section (which does have a decent web traffic, but may not have provided the most valuable content to the users) has been moved to a secondary level fo the menu (see screenshot from the URL below), which requires a user to click and expand to see the page listing. In this case, does this affect the bot crawl depth and the pages' existing ranking? (I do see the traffic start dropping though, but unsure that's completely related the page relocation).

      Thank you for your help in advance!

      https://drive.google.com/open?id=1s_...V4AbpP6B6jFIjG

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