If anyone hasn't seen yet the following blog:
It is describing that from at least two links (so two or more) that are located on the same page and both (or all if more than two) pointing to the same other page, only the first one will have some seo benefit (link juice). The rest won't count in seo benefit. Here doesn't count the links in images. I think most of us knew that already BUT:
As ''first link'' is probably meant the first one in the HTML code of particular page but what when we are in the process of designing the page? In this case the code is changing on the fly (xsitepro - ''what you see is what you get'' simplified tool for website design). First link in the code can be replaced with new first one at any time. Is there any fast way to see which one is really the first one in the html code of the page?
Sure the fact that first links only counts for seo benefit isn't relevant for images. But what about other links such as the ones in footer, buttons, potential testimonials, links in navigation menu and so on? Does absolutelly everything (except images) what is dofollow counts?
Is that fact relevant along internal links, also for outbound and inbound ones? Probably yes.