Internal Links: Don't "Click Here"
So, perhaps you are not aware of the importance of internal links, so let's start with that. Every post should have an internal link leading to it, and within that post, have a link leading to another one of your posts. In effect, your site will be a giant spider's web, with links criss-crossing over it. No post should be orphaned, without a link leading to it.
One of the benefits of this is that it helps with indexing. So, if you have a post that refuses to index, make sure one of your other posts links to it. That way, the next time Google crawls your site, it can follow the link and discover your unindexed post.
Internal links also help with Bounce Rate and can keep visitors longer on your site, as they clearly lead them to where to click next for further information.
An important reason for the existence of internal links is that they help Google understand your site and can help it decide where to show your post in its search engine results pages.
One mistake that people make, is to use the words "click here" as their internal link. If you think about it, how does that tell Google or your visitors where they are being led to, and if the information is relevant to their query? Google won't see the connection between the current page it is crawling and the targeted page. You need to tell Google and your visitors about what they will find.
Here are two examples:
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Which link will be clearer to Google? In the second example, you have told Google that you have a useful post about the best SEO practices, which may answer a search query.
Plus, don't forget that when people first land on a page, they quickly scan it before reading it thoroughly, to see if it will help them find the information they need. If all the links simply say "click here", they won't stop and hover over each one to see where it leads, they will simply go elsewhere, to another site. If however, there look to be interesting links, they are more likely to stay.
Accessibility is another reason not to use "click here". If somebody has a visual impairment, and is using a screen reader, it won't mean anything to them. They won't know where the link leads.
I hope this has given you something to think about, and in the future, don't Click Here!