Easy Way To Add Hyperlinks to WA Tutorials, Videos, and Courses
I would like to first of all mention that I use mostly Windows PCs for my WA Tutorials. Plus, I use Citrio Browser instead of Google Chrome because it is more lightweight but fast and secure in its speed.
Have you by chance been asking yourself the curious question: How is it that Kyle is inserting Hyperlinks into his WA Training, Courses, or simply underneath the Videos within the Content he teaches us to do? By doing so, we work towards building a successful online business. :)
Hyperlinks: usually activated when one mouses over and clicks on a highlighted text word or image within the content of a website, which often times leads you to another part of the current website you are visiting. Or, in some cases would direct you to another different website in a new tab on your browser.
The intended purpose for Why I Created this Tutorial is because the method of trying to create a Hyperlink in Microsoft Word appeared to be a bit confusing for me to work with. However, I have devised a way that is much simpler than using MS Word to create a Hyperlink which I can insert into any WA Training or WA Blog Post that I do.
Well then, what are you waiting for? :) Let's get on with using something we all should be familiar with by now and onto this Tutorial shall we? ;)