Are you facing low traffic on your blog? then you are in the right place. Because we will tell you how to build internal links on your blog for the best SEO results.
There are two steps to improve your organic traffic. The first is On-Page SEO and second is the Off-Page SEO. Both techniques improve the SEO of your website and they also improve the search visibility of your website.
Internal Links impact to increase your organic traffic. That’s why this is important for your blog. There are many tools where you can monitor your blog’s internal links and SEO performance.
But it would not have been possible without high-quality content. So, you also must focus to write high-quality content in your blogs.
In a blog post of the same domain, any link that leads to another post is called an internal link. Internal links help to do crawling into the search engines effectively. But the internal links’ main work is that it makes chains of inner page links or it’s combining the inner post.
You have a post that has high-quality backlinks and high traffic. That means you have a chance to move your readers to another post on your blog. And your readers stay on your website long time. Which is very good for your website.
You also gain the authority and page rank of your website.
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The simple rule of the internal links should be relevant to the post or articles. Whenever possible, take advantage to make anchor text as internal links.
These are the easiest ways where you can add links to your blog posts. Many plugins make it easy to work for you.
An article of 1000 words should have at least 07 to 10 links. There are no limits for internal links but many links in the articles are not good for your blog. So, you try to average the number of links in your blog articles.
When I do proofreading then usually I add links to the articles at that time. If you or someone else doing editing work then those people need to focus on adding links at that time.
There are so many plugins for WordPress. But some plugins are free and some are paid. Users should want to use WordPress plugins according to their blog needs.
There is a market so many plugins and tools are available for you. Which gives you a report and feature where you can see outgoing & incoming internal links lists.
Every tools and plugin have own specific features. So, you have to decide which one you want to use according to your needs. Because the right tools and plugins are good for your blog.
If you have premium tools then here I tell you how to enable the feature. From the Yoast SEO Premium > Tools section, you have to enable the text link counter feature. After that, you will see lists of outgoing and incoming links in the dashboard.
In the dashboard, you will two columns of outgoing and incoming links.
Once you have identified the post of low incoming or outgoing links. That means your half work is done. Then you need to focus to update posts and improve the post link structure.
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