The silo structure in SEO is a type of website architecture in which content on a specific topic is grouped, isolated and interlinked. This creates clean and distinct sections of related content on your website. The term isolation originated as a way to identify the concept of grouping related information into different sections within a website. Like a chapter in a book, a silo represents a group of thematic or thematic content specific to your site.
A silo structure is a type of website architecture in which content is logically organized. It is composed of hierarchical groupings that include topics and sub-topics. In other words, you can think of it as creating categories and subcategories for your site and writing relevant content for them. A silo structure is a type of deep site architecture that seems to me to be organized in a very logical way.
Hierarchical groupings are determined by topics and sub-topics; thematically relevant content must be structurally close to other thematically relevant content. Silos are basically a way to separate the content of your website into categories. The architecture of the website or the architecture of the site is the structure you use to organize your website. The structure refers to the hierarchy of pages, categories and sections of the website and the way in which users and search crawlers navigate between your pages.
Creating thematic silos throughout a website is a way to clearly communicate the relevant topics of a site to search engines and human users. These content estimates must be subject to the same level of scrutiny that applies to any other category of silos and must be considered as a factor in the overall construction of the silo. Virtual isolation can be useful for an established site that does not have a configured directory file system or that cannot divide the locations of established pages to change the site architecture. The navigation on the left (Figure 1) is a perfect example of how to outline the secondary elements of the silo on the home pages of the main silo.
You really have to think about the future with silos and allow changes to the menu or internal navigation on pages to take full advantage of the silo structure. A powerful way to create clarity and ease of navigation is to create a silo structure for your website and blog. The isolation of a website serves to clarify the relevance of the topic and lays the foundation for a high ranking of keywords. The second navigation level represents the individual landing pages of the main silos and the purpose of this navigation is to focus on the subcategories or secondary silos of this section of the website.
With so many resources dedicated to establishing silos in a site, it's so important to maintain these silos as competitive research and additional content continue to shape the site.