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#InternalLinks: These links are found as a “clickable” keyword or phrase on your webpage content that direct traffic another piece of content on your website
Reciprocal Links- These links can be known as favors from other #websites.… This is when another website admin asks you to link a user directly to your website from a “clickable” keyword or phrase. This is a tool that helps websites connect, and help each other bring SEO to their websites.… Google likes contextual links for many reasons that will be discussed below as advantages. It is important for website owners to understand how to use contextual links, as they may lead to a negative effect.
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Part 2
🚨::: Internal Links - What, Why, When, Where and How ::: 🚨

(Part 1 = )

The second Thread covers the 2 bits you are likely more interested in:
* Optimisation
of Internal links.

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#SEO #InternalLinks
:: SEO ::
Finally - the bits you’ve been waiting for!
SEO aspects of Internal Links:
* Crawling
* Indexing
* Ranking
* Hybrid

Crawling :
SE’s (can/do/may) use links for URL discovery - they note the destination of the URL and add it to a crawl queue.

(They may also note “patterns”, and attempt to “guess” URLs, sometimes looking at JS etc. to do so.)

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Part 1
🚨::: Internal Links - What, Why, When, Where and How ::: 🚨

As Internal Links (ILs) are back in fashion (again),
I thought I'd do a thread (2 actually!)

I'll cover explanations here,
then SEO and Optimisations in Thread 2

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#SEO #InternalLinks

Internal links are links between your own pages,
within the same “site”,
(this may be the same subdomain, or across subdomains, depending on structure/organisation).


:: Features ::
Links often consist of:
* Location
* Content
* Attributes

The location may be a URL (different page),
a Fragment (specific point in the current page, or specific text (Fragment Directive)),
or both URL+Fragment (a part/text on a different page).

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