unrelated content is having a bunch of web pages that are not meaningfully connected. In other words, no categories, no internal links, no organizations. Either way, Google won't be able to easily link itself to your site's topic. A search engine can only decipher the meaning when the topics are clear and distinct. Situation 4: SEO silo when you have too many links on each page Google discovers new web pages by following links.
Additionally, search engines view links within a website as a strong signal of topic relevance. So if page A not only links to page B (another relevant topic) but also to page C, page D and all the way to page Z, you are seriously diluting PageRank and relevance. Siloing helps focus your links so that you only link similar topics together, and do so strategically. Link to related pages, where available, to allow users to discover similar content. –Google, Search Engine
Optimization (SEO) Getting Started Guide Siloing helps focus your links so that you only link similar topics together, and do so strategically. When you link two pages with a link, it creates relevance between these two pages and also directs visitors to a relevant page. The random links between the silos weaken the theme. No subpage in one silo should link to a subpage in another silo. The following diagram shows appropriate and inappropriate internal links for a siled website. Reticulation scheme for the silo. Situation 5: SEO silo when rankings hit a wall and you need one last