Hub Pages

  • Guide to Google ranking factors – Part 8: internal links

    …, as it makes your site look incompetent or irrelevant at best, poorly maintained or abandoned at worst. Anchor text 9) By using clear anchor text (the clickable highlighted words in any give link) it helps improve your ranking for certain keywords. If we want this article to rank for the term ’internal link guide’ then we can begin linking to it from other…

    Christopher Ratcliff/ Search Engine Watchin Google- 9 readers -
  • Is an internal linking strategy paying off for Mail Online?

    … Combining hub pages for key topics with well-planned internal linking can be a very effective strategy to secure consistent search rankings for target keywords. It’s become an essential tactic for publishers and others, especially when you are regularlycreating content around a particular topic. The risk of producing a lot of content around…

    Graham Charlton/ Search Engine Watch- 14 readers -
  • Seasonal pages and SEO: who’s ready for Euro 2016?

    … this article – the exact term occurs four times yet not one mention is used to link to the category page. The same is true of ten other articles I looked at. In summary Creating category pages for key terms and using consistent internal linking to help them rank isn’t a difficult SEO strategy, but it can be very effective, as the BBC and other examples show…

    Graham Charlton/ Search Engine Watch- 11 readers -
  • How hub pages and internal links are paying off for Mail Online

    Combining hub pages for key topics and keywords with a well-planned internal linking can be a very effective SEO strategy. It helps to ensure that, when you are creating content around a topic regularly, that you can rank consistently for the relevant keywords. I’m going to use examples from Mail Online which, by some accounts, is the most visited English-language newspaper site on the web.

    Graham Charlton/ Search Engine Watch- 10 readers -
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