How to properly structure a website internally?

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Hello, I am running a supplement review blog. What's the proper way to structure and categorize the products for a better website/SEO structure?

my posts are usually (*product name review*), if a certain keyword is competitive, I assume I have to create multiple high-quality content around that same keyword. My question here is, should it have it's own category? or they all can be in the same category as everything else?

Example.

OptiMen review, this is a multivitamin brand, should this and all the related posts which I will create about this brand be in the category where I have reviewed all the other multivitamin brands or they should have their own category and call it for example, 'Optimen category'?

And what's the proper way to internally link them, if let's say I have created about 4 posts just for that particular keyword/brand/product or whatever? should it be like page 1 links to page 2 and 2 links to 3?

What's the proper way to link them? Thank you in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author nihitthakkar
    Following are the essential steps for proper structuring a website
    1. Start by Getting the Basic Insights of Business.
    2. Start Doing Your Keyword Research.
    3. Competition Research.
    4. Plan Out Your Websites Hierarchy.
    5. Create Your Websites URL Structure.
    6. Create a Simple and Logical Navigation.
    7. Create Your Navigation With HTML and CSS.
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  • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
    Originally Posted by thelege2nd View Post

    What's the proper way to link them?
    Basic rule:
    having more than enough internal hyperlinks ain't never too many.



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  • Profile picture of the author nazreimam
    This information is really effective
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  • Profile picture of the author Peter42
    Hi, if you've multiple reviews on the same product then yes you could have them all as one category and have them all in a drop-down menu. You can do this pretty easily within menus in WordPress. To correctly internally link your posts you need to:
    • Go to the post that you want to link with
    • View it
    • Copy the link from the address bar
    • Return the post that you're currently on
    • Highlight a word that relates
    • Then link to your post

    I hope this makes sense and that it helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author thelege2nd
    I am just confused about the structure. For example this picture.


    on my website, I can't visualize it. Because I will be writing a lot of content, I am not sure it would be a problem to put all the product reviews that I write into one category. But the important 'money pages' would be there in the menus. is that how it should be? That's what I am confused about.
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  • Originally Posted by thelege2nd View Post


    Example.

    OptiMen review, this is a multivitamin brand, should this and all the related posts which I will create about this brand be in the category where I have reviewed all the other multivitamin brands or they should have their own category and call it for example, 'Optimen category'?

    What's the proper way to link them? Thank you in advance.
    Do you have enough articles around "Optinmen" to treat it as a separate category ?

    If you have just 4-5 articles, I would suggest to keep it under the multivitamin category. (Maybe you can use Optinmen as a tag)

    However, if you already have or plan to create a lot of content around "Optinmen", I would treat it as a separate category.

    There are no hard and fast rules.

    You can also change the category in the future but the url structure of the article matters.

    1."www.domain.com/post-name"
    2."www.domain.com/category/post-name"

    If you use the first url structure, you can change the categories in the future if you need to.
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