Consideration of linking links between blog posts

Do you want to do it casually when you are doing inline? Or have a purpose. 
I don’t think much about your inline words 
[[ comforting yourself, deep understanding,]] 
and there are generally the lower part of the article.

When I write blog posts, I often link to each other between posts. When doing these cross-links, there are several considerations.

Easy for readers to refer to other posts

In a post about a concept or something, if there are other posts with detailed instructions, link to that post. Mainly for the user experience, this is the most important consideration when doing cross-linking.

Most of the general messages are old readers, and I have read most of the posts, but I don’t assume that all readers are old readers. From the statistics, nearly 70% of the traffic is new readers. Cross-linking between posts can make it easier for new readers to find out where to find more in-depth instructions. One of the original essence of the website is the reference and link.

So you will see links such as “comfort yourself” and “deep experience.” Nothing else is to let the reader know how I feel deeply and how to comfort myself. I don’t think it doesn’t make much sense. It makes sense to make users feel helpful.

Conducive to the inclusion of old posts

Because of the structural characteristics of the blog, old posts will be pushed far away from the home page. Although there are monthly archives and classified archives, when the number of posts is increasing, some old posts need to be clicked several times to access from the homepage. The more clicks you get from the homepage, the more difficult it is to be included.

So sometimes when it comes to related issues, linking to old posts helps to facilitate the inclusion of these deep content and the equal distribution of weights between pages across the site.

Key posts promote ranking

There are some posts that I think are more important, and of course I hope to rank better in search engines. In addition to the writing of the content and the links of the readers, the internal links of the blog itself will also greatly help the ranking of these posts.

We all know the importance of links. Links don’t just refer to external links. Internal links can help, and the anchor text itself can be controlled. So when other posts talk about related issues, link to a few main content to help rank these posts.

The weight and ranking of the blog category page

You can see that my blog is more detailed, and some of them are very popular keywords. Such as online marketing, e-commerce and so on. These two types of content are also the topics I am most interested in right now. Although they are not the subject of my blog, I hope that the rankings can be improved.

However, these classified page rankings are more difficult than the post page. Because the post page can also have reposted links elsewhere, almost no one will link to these classified pages. In Google, Baidu checks the rankings of online marketing and e-commerce. You can see that most of the top ones are the homepages of the websites. And my classification page is already a four-level directory, plus no external links, want to rank, you can only rely on your own internal links, add yourself to yourself. So when it comes to such topics, sometimes links to these categories. Of course, not every time these words appear, they link in the past, so users should hate it.

As for the link, it is generally placed in the lower part of the article. If this is the case, it is purely coincidental.

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