What Does "No Links on Page" Mean?
Why It's Important
Dead end pages should be avoided whenever possible. While they may not drastically harm the rankings on the site, they do pose a user experience issue and represent a lost internal linking opportunity.
Dead end pages are unnatural and are a poor user experience. If there are no links on the page, the user is forced to use the browser's back button or leave the site. Site structures with dead end pages also create more work for crawlers.
They hurt your internal linking strategy. Any link juice passed to a dead end page will stop here and not flow on to other pages. This is a wasted opportunity to continue spreading link juice to all areas of your site. For example, if this page has many inbound links to it, the page's value will be high. If this page links to other pages in the site, it will help raise the value of the other pages it links to. But if there are no links on the page, all of this value gained will only benefit the one page.
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