Techopedia Explains Deep LinkingDeep linking is essentially just embedding or posting the direct link to a specific page of a website instead of its home page. An example of a deep link is http://www.example.com/specific_page, where "example.com" is the home page.
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), the technology behind the Internet, does not really distinguish between any links, deep or otherwise; they are all functionally equal. This is intentional in design since the purpose of the Web is to allow authors and content providers to link to any published document to any site.
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