What is Sitelink?
Sitelink is a term commonly used in web technologies to describe a specific feature of search engines. When you type in a query, the search engine may display several links below the main link that lead directly to specific pages on the website. These links are called sitelinks.
The purpose of sitelinks is to make it easier for users to find exactly what they're looking for on a website without having to navigate from page to page. Sitelinks typically appear when the search engine algorithm detects that certain pages on the website have high traffic and relevance to the user's query.
Sitelinks can also help increase click-through rates as they provide more visibility for your website in search results and direct users straight to relevant content.