The other major problem is deep navigational structures. This refers to how many clicks it takes to get to your website’s deepest content. If you have to go through too many clicks, then there’s a chance that search engines will ignore and eventually stop indexing your content as frequently. The best practice to fix this is to make your website’s structure shallow. According to some SEO experts, it should only take a maximum of three to four clicks to get from your website’s homepage to your deepest content. An added bonus of a shallow structure is that it increases your website’s user friendliness, which can decrease your website’s bounce rate and increase your Search Engine rankings.
To be effective, the website navigation system needs:
By spending some extra time creating the website navigation system at the planning stage of the website will effect the overall design of the web page layout and help develop the overall plan for the website. This is something we highly recommend to avoid website navigation mistakes.