Content Pruning may boost your website's overall quality. Search engine algorithms may tell that you care about the quality of your website by removing data that offers little to no value to users. Additionally, trimming your website by getting rid of useless data may assist. This is achieved by deleting content that receives little to no engagement.
If the data or the experience on a website isn't up to par, no visitor will stick around. Similarly, anyone running a website would want people to read it and find helpful content. Cutting away irrelevant pages with poor content or pages that people have no interest in helps with content pruning. This practice can aid in improving your website's overall user experience.
Any site would like search engine crawlers to visit the pages that matter, with the best chance to draw organic traffic. Large websites with over 10,000 pages benefit most from this, but smaller websites may also use content pruning to spread their crawl budget strategically.
Websites' link authority can be evenly distributed across their content via content pruning. You may ensure that the link authority flows via sites with the potential for interaction by deleting content or pages on your website that do not bring any value or engagement. Better intent for your links may result from this.