Aaron from SEObook has written a post on Common Internal Site Structure Issues. In this post he explains about some common internal site structure errors.
First he informs about making sure that “search engines are seeing mysite.com and www.mysite.com as the same site. If they are not 301 redirect the less popular version to the more popular version.” Then he talks about site structure and says, “In an ideal case your internal site structure would not be the same for every page on your site, especially if you have different sections to your site.”
Aaron also informs about endless ways a site might waste link authority:
- printer friendly pages
- individual post pages in forums
- archive vs active content forum threads
- endless cross referencing heavy internal tagging and user generated tags
- other cross referencing content sections that create thousands of thin content page
Aaron also informs about sitewide outbound links, internal to external link ratio, isolate noisy pieces of your site. For a better insight read the complete post.