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On a typical website, navigation menus are often loaded with links, and sometimes forced to rely on context to keep the links short. For example, the “Services” link tells you… not very much at all. But it’s assumed that you can see that you’re on a landscaper’s website, so “Services” will mean something to you. While this works from a usability standpoint, it can fall short when it comes to search engines.
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