How to maintain silo structure for google ranking?

Maintaining a Great Silo Structure

 

Creating fresh content for your site is the key to increasing your value with the search engines and keeping ahead of your competition. If you have a strong silo structure to begin with, it will be easy to determine your ongoing content creation strategy based on that structure. For example, for the site in the example, you have three secondary categories for which you can create articles to add to the content of your site. So an example of your weekly content creation strategy might be:

 

Monday: Write and post one article on “how to play the blues guitar.”

 

Tuesday: Write and post one article on “how to play the classical guitar.”

 

Wednesday: Write and post one article on “how to play the acoustic guitar.”

 

Thursday: Write and post one article on “how to play the blues guitar.”

 

Friday: Write and post one article on “how to play the classical guitar.”

 

Saturday: Write and post one article on “how to play the acoustic guitar.”

 

After about three months of applying this kind of content creation strategy, you could proceed with a monthly content creation strategy, again based on your overall silo structure. This strategy would be to create one article per week for each of your three categories. By the time six months had passed, you’d have a  well structured site with over 100 unique articles, which (provided that you did good keyword research) would be sure to bring you a good ranking in the search results.
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