When it comes to links on a website there are three types that can affect SEO either negatively or positively. I had just written a blog post last week explaining that too many affiliate links and link banners on a website is a great way to have Google not like your website. These are the types of links that can have a negative impact if used too much.

However there are links that can have a tremendously positive impact on your website SEO and they are internal links. Google absolutely loves internal links on a website. The more internal links you have pointing to other relevant content on your website, the more Google will like your content and reward you with a boost in the rankings.

POSITIVE USER EXPERIENCE

Internal links not only help to keep Googlebot crawling your website, but it also helps to keep your website readers engaged on your website. Remember, the longer you can keep a person on your website, the better your chances of possibly getting them as a customer, or at least as a return visitor. They may also like your website enough to share it with their friends on social media.

Whenever you can create a good User Experience (UX) you are also making Google very happy because both UX and SEO are related. This is why the training here at WA and what Google says in many of their training videos on SEO, is to provide information for the user. If you please your website readers, Google will reward you.

The third type of link that can also have a positive impact is an External Link going to an external source like Wikipedia, Google, or some other authoritative website. Though you do not need them for better SEO like you do for Internal Links, having them once in a while will not hurt your rankings.

FREE KEYWORDS - SEARCHES / QSR = RESULTS UPDATED MARCH 11, 2018

what is user experience on a website - 72 / 1

how to optimize a website for seo - 231 / 9

website navigation best practices - 64 / 111

internal links and seo - 72 / 22

MORE KEYWORDS ON PAGE 4

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Rae-1965 Premium
I am so confused, I really need help. I have been fighting and fighting doing exactly as you have listed above and when I click on the link to go to the page I want it to go to, all I get is the link itself and if I then click the second link which appears below the link directions, then and only then will it go to the desired location. But not without that extra step. What am I doing wrong or is it my crappy computer?
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Triblu Premium
Hey Rae,

The following tutorial may offer you the help you seek: Hope you find this helpful.
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Rae-1965 Premium
I understand all but the customer seeing the link when you click on the clickable link. Does that make any sense? If I click on the colored words, instead of taking me to the destination, I see the link to the destination and then the customer has to figure out to click the link to go to the desired location. It should not be that way, should it?????
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Triblu Premium
Is there any way that you could video record what you are seeing? If so, send it to me as an attachment in a private message. That way I can see what you are experiencing.
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Rae-1965 Premium
ok, I'll do my best
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boomergp08 Premium
Sorry for my late response.

Did you get this sorted out yet? If not could you send a screen capture of what you are seeing?

Once you click on the blue letters of the link, you should go right to the post or page that the link is connected to.
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Rae-1965 Premium
Hi! Yes I got it sorted out. lol... I'm laughing because it was an extremely easy fix that I couldn't see. I was looking at the link in the wrong screen. DUH!! Lol Live and learn,


thanks for checking in.
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SueKolman1 Premium
Thank you so much boomergp! I was stressing about creating internal links because I thought for sure it would be the next step in Kyle's training, but he moved right on to other stuff. But I got this link and you made it very easy to follow and learn. I also found it fun!
Love your profile pic, by the way. Thanks again!!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Sue. I am happy my tutorial was able to help you to easily learn the use of internal links.
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Noteboom Premium
Great post as always.
But one question. I have always used, in all links, that if the link is pushed new post opens. The idea is to keep the reader longer in the post. Plus I personally like it more when I reading other sites when I on key post for me, but on same time have interest to see other post.
Is it wrong? I´m talking about the internal links here, external is of course with new window open.

Thank again for great post.
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Zappades Premium
I also open internal links in a new tab. But some say if someone is interested and clicks on an internal link he probably isn't too lazy to click the back button to go back to the original side :)
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Noteboom Premium
It is no question about lazy or not!

This is 2 things. A) If person open link in new window, the first pist is still open so the time should be more on that post.
B) Blog set up is different and sometimes you get confused on where you was if you click on 3-4 posts.
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Zappades Premium
As I said, I open all internal links on new tabs. Let's hear what master Boomer has to say :)
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boomergp08 Premium
Do you view websites on a computer or a smartphone? It is best to use the same tab when going to a page or post in your website to cut down on too many open tabs.

The reason this is important because too many open tabs when using a smartphone makes the navigation difficult.

Since Google ranks us on how well the user experience is when using a smartphone and not a computer, we should always strive to design our websites so they work best on a smartphone.
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boomergp08 Premium
See my reply above.
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Noteboom Premium
Thank you. Use computer in 99% cases, like it much more. But you right that smartphones is getting number one. I will change the articles.
I see that 75% of my users use computer, maybe it is a connect.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. In January 2016 Google started using ranking metrics based on the performance of websites on mobile.
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Zappades Premium
Oh, great advice, I didn't think of that :)
Thanks :)
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Zappades Premium
Oh, great advice, I didn't think of that :)
Thanks :)
I have about 80 articles, all wrong, would you change that? About 2000+links :)
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boomergp08 Premium
I might attempt to change some of them but definitely not all of them.
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Zappades Premium
is there a shortcut to doing this?
I did it in the menu already :)
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boomergp08 Premium
I am not aware of a shortcut.
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Zappades Premium
What I was afraid of lol.

Thanks anyway, have a great time, see you, Stefan :)
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RussellO1 Premium
Hey Robert,
Thanks very much for this. I am clear on links now.

One question though; If I know of a site that has information relevant to what I am posting about, would it be ok to link to that site? Would I have to get some sort of permission to do so?

Thank you. Russell
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onmyownterms Premium
You do not have to 'get permission' to link to another site, but be careful about making it easy for your visitors to leave your site and go elsewhere, especially if that site also sells similar products - you will lose your visitors and possibly sales as well.
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fleurallen Premium
I recommend only linking to authority sites such as Youtube, wikipedia etc to assist with the credibility of your website
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boomergp08 Premium
You do not need permission to link to another site but make sure when you do that the link opens into a new browser tab, this way the person doesn't lose contact with your website.
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fleurallen Premium
Love this tip, so simple but has such an effective outcome
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks Fleur. Just another little tip I have learned from the WA training. :)
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fleurallen Premium
so true!!!
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RussellO1 Premium
Ok, great. Thank you very much.
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RussellO1 Premium
Thank you. That makes a lot of sense.
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fleurallen Premium
I learnt it in one of the training at WA somewhere :) this stuff works!
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boomergp08 Premium
My pleasure Russell, happy to have helped you.
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StefanieT Premium
Hi Rob, sorry it's me again...I'm just so keen :-). Just have a question about linking, should the anchor text for a link be exact match wording to the the post/page it's going to (be it external or internal), or should it be slightly changed but still contain the main keyword? I have heard it shouldn't be exact, and also to drop in a couple of 'click here's' etc for variety. Do you do that at all? thanks
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boomergp08 Premium
I rarely do the 'Click Here' variety or the exact match wording unless it fits well into the content I am writing.

That being said, I make the anchor text represent where the link is going to. Example, I could say something like the following...

If you would like to learn more on where you can start an affiliate website, check out my latest review of Wealthy Affiliate where you can even start the training for free.

I would then make the words, "latest review of Wealthy Affiliate" be the anchor text link to my 2018 WA review.

If the post I am linking to has a keyword as its title and I can naturally fit that into the content, I would make the anchor text be that keyword, even though in this case it would be exact match.
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StefanieT Premium
Yes I see, I'm finally starting to get a well rounded view on all these things and it's dropping into place. I feel like I'm such a slow leaner on here, when in reality I'm not, this is just so important to me that I want to get it all perfect, which means asking endless questions.

I cannot thanks you enough for the time that you, and others on here give me. I couldn't achieve all the great things I have dreams of doing without your help.

It is so appreciated :-)
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boomergp08 Premium
My pleasure Stefanie. We all learn from asking questions.
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mindset1 Premium
great help
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boomergp08 Premium
Happy to have helped you.
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Archfiend Premium
Thanks for the read was having difficulties.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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Charlesplay Premium
Hi Robert,
Typed in QSR in the top search box and for some reason this blog popped up. Fantastic read (esp. for me a beginner)! Thank you for the guidance.

Cheers....Charles
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Charles. Happy to have helped you.
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Happy2Learn Premium
Hi Robert, thanks again for the great information. I took a quick look at your website. Was that a Halloween party, If yes, what was your costume? Thank you as always. We are very lucky to have people like yourself to help us newcomers along the journey.
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boomergp08 Premium
I assume you meant that you looked at my WA profile and not my website because I do not have a Halloween picture on my website.

Yes, one of the pictures on my WA profile is from a Halloween party and my costume was a human keg that actually dispensed beer.
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Tangeoklin Premium
Good training , boomergp08.
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you. I am happy you enjoyed my training tutorial.
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MarkBa Premium
Great training. Thank you. -Mark
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Mark. I am glad you enjoyed this tutorial.
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ElviraC1 Premium
Thank boomer awesome teaching with love Elvira
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boomergp08 Premium
Happy to have helped you Elvira.
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RyanGooding Premium
Boomer,

You're a star! Keep up the great content boss.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Ryan. Happy to have helped you.
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Ludomi Premium
this is what I call, clear and precise

thank you
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. I am happy to have made this tutorial clear enough for people to learn from it.
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ChrisBrown35 Premium
Thx. Boy do I have a lot to learn!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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Npolizzi Premium
This was extremely helpful thank you for posting!
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boomergp08 Premium
It was my pleasure.
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DHambrick Premium
Thank you for the clear training on how to add an internal link! Just added one to my new site, & I am so happy to see it worked!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Diane. I am happy it worked out for you. Keep up the good work.
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Cassandrabas Premium
ok i see what you talking about had to read more thanks this is good teaching
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boomergp08 Premium
It was my pleasure in sharing this information with you. Happy you were able to understand it.
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Cassandrabas Premium
hello @boomergp08 can you please explain to me what are external links an internal links
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ColleenLVSJC Premium
Since I'm working on internal and external links, I wanted to check out your training. Thank you, Rob! Great job---as usual! :)
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boomergp08 Premium
My pleasure Colleen. I am happy that you found my tutorial useful in your linking efforts.
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frex6 Premium
Thank you very much for this training, much appreciated.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Happy you liked it.
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Zappades Premium
Great stuff. Do you advise to use pretty links for internal links or like shown the original URL?
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boomergp08 Premium
I usually use the original URL because it is just going to another page or post on my website and there is no need to pretty it up.
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Zappades Premium
Thank's, I did it the same so far and was just wondering.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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DNicholas Premium
Excellent training Rob. When you're new to this, you learn something new every day. This is a biggie. Thorough and easy to follow. Thanks.

Don
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Don. I am happy I was able to make it simple for you and everyone else to clearly understand. That is my goal for all of my training tutorials.
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CJDodaro Premium
Thanks for the great training. Just one question: You say not to check the box to open linked content in a new window, so that visitors don't lose contact with your site. Doesn't checking that box give them more of a chance to go back by clicking on the other tab?

Thanks.
CJ Dodaro
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes it does but so does clicking the Back Button. You also must consider how having multiple tabs work on a mobile device like a smartphone.

Remember that Google considers the user experience on a mobile device to be more important than the user experience on a desktop or laptop computer.

Since the user experience is a major Google ranking factor and having multiple tabs open on a smartphone is problematic for navigation, using the Back Button is favored.
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CJDodaro Premium
OK. Thanks for the clarification. I just know that there are a lot of new internet users that are not even familiar with the back button.

Thanks for your reply.

CJ
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jlclayton1 Premium
Thank you very much, just what I needed!
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boomergp08 Premium
My pleasure. Happy to have helped you.
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Stella741 Premium
I found this training really useful and used it immediately in my site. Thanks!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. I am happy you found my tutorial useful for your needs.
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DrJatong Premium
Thanks, quite informative. How can one connect WA pay per click (PPC) to social media platforms?
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MozMary Premium
have you looked at bootcamp level 7?
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boomergp08 Premium
Follow Mary's advice above.
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DorianDaRock Premium
Thank you for the info. Easy to understand and apply.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome and I am happy you found it easy to understand.
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DorianDaRock Premium
Hey. What video games did you designed. My son is curious. Definitely take a look
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boomergp08 Premium
Mainly military style games. The game titles are...

Crossbow
Destroyer Escort
Flight of the Intruder
RC Grand Prix
F-22 Stealth Fighter
B-17 Fortress in the Sky
Megan's XLR: Appetite for Destruction
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DorianDaRock Premium
Cool. I am a veteran, so of course I will take a look at them. Thanks pal. Cheers.
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Jimbo6 Premium
Love this post - lots of info here thank you so much
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Happy you liked it.
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CJDodaro Premium
Interesting article.

Can you tell me how to link to a specific spot on a page?
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boomergp08 Premium
Craig, Labman, gave you a link that explains it well.
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CJDodaro Premium
Thank you.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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Nick-at-WA Premium
This training of yours is really good, thanks Robert.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Nicholaas. Internal links are a very useful and easy step one can take to help boost their SEO rankings.
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WBuereger Premium
Thank you for this training. I agree with Kiki714 you do explain things very well. I like your training style.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome and thanks. You could say that I try to explain things in layman's terms. lol
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Kiki714 Premium
Thank you Robert. I've learned so much in reading your tutorials.
In fact, your lessons have taught me more than I've learned in the past 20 years!!
You just make it so much easier for a beginner because you seem real down to earth, not all fancy like all the other information I've read.... if that makes sense?!
Thanks again!
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boomergp08 Premium
It was my pleasure. I just try to explain things in the most simplistic way as possible so many can absorb the knowledge.
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PaulBoudreau Premium
Thank you, Robert. This is Superb Training!
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boomergp08 Premium
My pleasure Paul.
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Sylvain34 Premium
Again that was a very good training. I wil try to use them the more I can when I'll be adding more contents. I'm just beginning
Thanks again
Sylvain
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. You can always go back far after you have published your website content and add them later. There is no rush to do them right away.
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Sylvain34 Premium
Yes I know. I have tried to included them already in my few post.
Sylvain
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annie58 Premium
Fantastic training as usual. Thank you.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Happy you liked it.
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jacob23 Premium
Very helpful training, as always, Rob!! Cheers, Jacob
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Jacob.
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Karax Premium
Hello Rob. Great training!
Maybe a dumb question but I'll shoot it: is it always necessary to click on "or link to existing content" when internally linking? Does it make any difference if we just put the link leading to another post/page on our website in the "destination URL"form? Is it the same or not?
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Labman Premium
Yes, linking to another page or post is internal linking.
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boomergp08 Premium
Like Labman said, it's the same.
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Karax Premium
thank you. good to know
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WilliamBH Premium
Great training Rob .. I just looked it up because I am linking an number of blog posts with each other on my website. I had not considered the mobile aspect in that way before. Cheers, William
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome William
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DDarragh Premium
What about banners and widgets in the sidebar? Do you consider them bad for ranking also?
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drjec Premium
In my opinion, widgets are banners in the side bar are not bad for ranking, but that may depend on which ones you use. I have a translation widget and a social media widget in my sidebar.
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boomergp08 Premium
No. Banners and widgets in your sidebar or footer areas are in the "Free Space" of a website. Google bases your rankings on your content not on what you have in your free pace.
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DDarragh Premium
Gotcha that is a good thing!

So banners in the post are considered just as text links are????
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes. Banners and text links within the actual content area of a page or post are taken into consideration by Google when determining rank. Only the free areas of the sidebar and footer are exempt.
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DDarragh Premium
Thanks for the info!
Do you do feedback on websites? ;-)

you could add live feedback to your training?
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boomergp08 Premium
Seeing that WA offers this, I do not. Plus I just do not have the time to devote to something like that and still maintain my own websites.
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DDarragh Premium
I understand! Thanks for the great training!
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mybiz4u Premium
Great job, R.
Thnx for your expertise.
M
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Michelle. Happy you liked it.
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renelmiller Premium
What a great piece of work. I have also bookmarked it so I can re-read it as I am reviewing my site!
Thanks again for writing and sharing this with us.
Rene
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boomergp08 Premium
It was my pleasure Rene. I am always happy to help this community.
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JoseRamon Premium
Great report, verty hepfull, now I have very clear how I must do internal links....
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you. Happy my training was able to help.
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ArtByHeart Premium
Very interesting! I do a lot of internal linking between my stories and often go back to update older ones with links to new things I have written about.

What bugs me a bit though is your suggestion about not using the 'open in a new tab' option for internal links. It's one of my pet hates to be suddenly taken to an other article, if I find something interesting in the middle of reading. I want to open it to safe for later. What's your reasoning behind this recommendation?
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ChrisGooden Premium
This comment intrigues me.

The only alternative to "open in new tab" is "open in same tab". Why is that not the same distraction?

"Open in new tab" enables you to continue with your existing tab, and read the other one later, which is what you say you want to do.
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ArtByHeart Premium
Hmmm...I think you missed my point...when I read on the post, I want to keep on reading it, but if I see something interesting, I want to open it for my next reading, like a queue in my head.

If I click on it right away it takes me away from my current article, if I just continue reading without clicking, I have to RETURN to the place with the link, I am often lazy and might get distracted, so I will often simply not do it even if I initially wanted to. If it's in a separate tab, I will eventually get to it :-)
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ChrisGooden Premium
You are correct, I read your original comment "inside out". My apologies. You and I are both arguing in favour of "new tab".

I think the argument for "same tab" is that people are used to using the "back" button. But the "back" button only takes you back to the previous page. It does not take you back to the place on that page where you were last at.

It is, however, possible to right-mouse on the link and select "open in new tab". Easy enough on a PC. Not so easy on a tablet or phone.
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ArtByHeart Premium
Exactly and I do most of my reading on the smart phone...
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boomergp08 Premium
This is how it is done for better SEO because it is considered to be the best for UX (User Experience) especially for mobile devices. Being that UX is a major SEO ranking factor it is how the majority of established websites (Wikipedia, Google, Yahoo, etc.) operate.
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ValerieJoy Premium
Thanks Robert for this comprehensive training.
Thanks also for your generosity with sharing keywords.
I will definitely share your training within WA and on social media. Just need to get my head around what I'm doing with SM!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Valerie. As for social media, it is a learning curve like all things but it really is not that hard to understand. If you can interact with prople inside WA and share your website links with other members, you can understand how to use social media. Interacting within WA is the same as interacting within Social Media, except there is less clutter.
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ValerieJoy Premium
Thanks for that explanation Robert. I am sure that I could cope with social media if I just gave myself the time to 'get on with it' rather than using the negative 'it is too hard'. I should know better by now!
I appreciate your help immensely.
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boomergp08 Premium
Don't worry so much about it Valerie. Though social media is very important to use for the future success of your website, everyone enters it with apprehension and at their own speed gets on to using it.

I am sure you will do fine when that time comes. If you have questions, just ask me or anyone else who have been using social media with success.
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ValerieJoy Premium
Thank you Robert for your kindness. It's great to know you are happy to respond to my questions, if need be.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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Igor13 Premium
Another great post. Thanks.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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E-Udoh Premium
Thank you for this training tutorial. Very useful! I am applying some of the tips in my post.

Udoh
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Happy you liiked it.
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DeeHesa Premium
As ever, great stuff Robert, really helpful, thank you
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. I am happy you liked my training tutorial on SEO
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JohnA78 Premium
Thanks Robert. I'm glad this tutorial came along when it did as I haven't written many pages/posts on my website yet. I can start adding the links as I go now instead of backtracking dozens of times. Thanks again!
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boomergp08 Premium
Though sometimes going back and placing links is not a bad thing, placing links as you go is always the best course of action.
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MariaCalire Premium
great content about the internal link, I must check all link of my site . Thanks Robert
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Marria. Happy I could help.
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JackieParker Premium
I'm confused about internal links and why I do not want them to open in a new page as per the instruction above. It always seems annoying to me when i click on a link and it takes me away from the page i'm reading. Can you please help me Jay? I do not understand the reasoning of "you do not want them to lose touch with your website." Why would they lose touch with my website?
Thank you so much!
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boomergp08 Premium
You only open in a new window when leaving your website. When staying on the same website it heps your website SEO to stay in the same window because when the Google spiders crawl your websites, it makes for a smoother crawl.

But now even more so, if your website does not conform to a better user experience (UX) in viewing and navigating your website while on a mobile phone, you will get lower rankings.

Everytime you open up a new page on a mobile phone you do not see page tabs like you do on a computer or even some tablets. This makes it very difficult to navigate multiple open pages on a phone and contributes to a poor UX, which equals a lower SEO.

How would you feel if you keep opening up new pages and you have no way of knowing where the page you want to get back to is located? And if the only way to get back to that page were to close the tab, you could easily close the tab of the website you are trying to get back to.

But when it opens in the same window tab the easiest and only way to navigate is to use the back and forward buttons to find the page or pages you want.
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JackieParker Premium
ah! thank you for such a thorough explanation. I get it now! :) So much to learn. One day at a time! Thank you again for the great training.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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TinaB Premium
That makes sense about NOT clicking a box that opens up a new window/tab. I have been clicking the box for both external and internal. But now I won't do that for internal. Thanks, Robert.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Tina.
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Osteo Premium
Vey clear and useful information. Thanks.
I notice there's no Facebook button. I remember some blogs about that, I will check.
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boomergp08 Premium
The Facebook Like button has been removed from all content here at WA, mainly because it was being abused and people were spamming FB so much that it makes FB not like any links from WA anymore.
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KenPe Premium
Thanks - this makes a lot of sense!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Kenneth.
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youngatheart Premium
Wow, so clear and to the point. Love it. So much better than explanations from other internet sites. Great work. Much appreciate you sharing this.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. I try to make my explanations as simple as possible.
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JennyMiller Premium
Great straight forward explanation, it all seems so much clearer now. Thank you
J
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. It really is simple once you do it a few times.
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SueLaMartina Premium
Thank YOU!!! Very simple, easy to understand instructions for the tech challenged!! I did it! Internal link done.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Glad the training was helpful.
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viyee Premium
Hi Robert, Thank you very much for the great training. Appreciate that.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Glad you liked it.
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NWTDennis Premium
Is there a way to make an internal link to specific text in a page or post (say a sub headline)?
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ChrisGooden Premium
Yes, they are called "jump links"
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boomergp08 Premium
Chris has your answer.
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MatTaNg Premium
At the end of all my articles I have a section entitled "You may also like" and 3 internal links to past articles. You can call it a CTA, is this bad for SEO?
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Bigimpact Premium
Nope, it is actually good for rankings.
It is only bad when you make the entire post look like a sales page!
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boomergp08 Premium
No it is not a true CTA and no it is not bad for SEO. It is actually good for SEO.
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KatieMac Premium
google does like internal links and I do not think this will make a difference as at the bottom of my page it directs to older posts and seems to work just as well
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JeffKent Premium
For internal links, you advise to make sure the link you provide takes the visitor to somewhere relevant. I understand.

Here's my question: If my link sends the visitor to my Wealthy Affiliate Review page, can my link simply say "CLICK HERE" if that link is the end of the sentence that says something like, "...to learn more about getting started working from home and setting up a free website 'CLICK HERE'"

Or should it be more like, "to get started with free training and a free website "CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT ABOUT WEALTHY AFFILIATE"
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boomergp08 Premium
It should be more like the second sentence but without the words "click here." It should be something like, "to get started with free training and a free website, find out how Wealthy Affiliate can help." And the link would be the words "Wealthy Affiliate"
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JeffKent Premium
Thank you boomer. I appreciate your input. Now I have to go fix some links. A bunch of them.
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boomergp08 Premium
No problem. Just try to avoid using "Click Here" it is not really good for SEO because it is a generic term that doesn't help your readers understand were they are going.
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bjdluna Premium
I think I have a lot of those that I need to change. I never knew they were bad for SEO!
Thanks Robert,
Barbara
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Rubyparker Premium
Thanks, Great training. I have to try this out.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Ruby. It is one of the few simple things you can do to enhance your website SEO with Google.
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Give It A Go Premium
I learned a few things I didn't know in this training and am going to go and do some fixing now. Thank you. You always give great information. Ange
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boomergp08 Premium
It is my pleasure to help people in this community with any knowledge I have.
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ladyval30 Premium
Great Training! Really help me understand why my site Health keeps going up and down. And I love the piece on connecting the link with existing content. Thanks for the information!
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boomergp08 Premium
Linking to existing relevant content on your site is a great way to boost your rankings in Google.
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RalphWindsor Premium
Very informative an positive training. Thank you boomer.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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DrSarahB Premium
After spending a couple of days, around the 6/7 April inserting over 60 internal links on my site, I rather hoped my visitors would increase from their steady state. Instead my numbers dropped. Like a stone. Any idea why this might have happened? Thanks.
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boomergp08 Premium
Internal links do not really benefit visitors. They benefit you because Google will eventually reward you with better rankings. Internal links will not increase the visitors to your website. Look to see what you did differently since the time of the decline.
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DrSarahB Premium
haven't done anything different that I can think of. I assumed my google ranking had fallen so I wasn't being found. On the plus side someone who visited today popped off to Amazon and ordered a kilogram of beef flavoured tripe sticks and an electric duster, so I earned 78p. Can't stop laughing :)
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boomergp08 Premium
Awesome. lol
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ChrisGooden Premium
That counts as "first sale" and should be framed and mounted.

The financial value isn't relevant, it's the event that needs to be celebrated and it will make a great story in years to come.
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DrSarahB Premium
I love it! Just hope the beef flavoured tripe sticks weren't for human consumption or my nutritional expertise was wasted...
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mbouteiller Premium
Great info Robert! Thank you!!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Glad you liked my tutorial
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jeffvelmonte Premium
Hey Robert, this is one of the best and simplest tutorials about KW research I have read. Thanks for sharing!
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks Jeff. Glad you liked my tutorial.
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manifestator Premium
OMG i can't wait to write my next post...thank you so much!!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. I am happy to have helped out.
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bogyolin Premium
hi Robert, very helpful tutorial, thank you! I have two questions regarding the internal links: how do I use the 'anchor' if I want it to point to a part of the same post (e.g. a link at the bottom to take you back to the middle of the article where the most essential info are, like the ingredients in a recipe for example)? or the other way around, when you start with the title of your paragraphs as bulletpoints and extend their content further down, but the reader could skip the first two and jump straight to the third with the internal link?
My other question is about not to open the link in a new window, as I have just read it recently (I think it was Loes writing a blog about it?) to always do the opposite. I personally would do this with internal links, too, as the reader might have not finished the original post yet, but wants to have a quick look at the other one parallel? Or might not realise that when closing down the second article they will lose the connection with the entire website? (I did it several times in the past so now my browser setting is to open everything in a new tab by default :)) But I suppose this is more like a personal preference at the end of the day.
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ChrisGooden Premium
I think you mean jump-links Re "new window" - don't forget that huge numbers of users are on mobile devices so
a) a new window is a major annoyance and memory burner
b) they are adept with the "back" button and use it automatically
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boomergp08 Premium
Linda, Chris gave you great answers to your concerns and they are the correct answers.
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ChrisGooden Premium
@boomergp08 - thanks for the validation. I hope you didn't mind me stepping on your turf.
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boomergp08 Premium
Not at all Chris. Thanks!
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bogyolin Premium
thank you Chris for the link. I did not even consider mobile devices to be honest, fair point :)
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bogyolin Premium
ok, thank you :)
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BenLeBrun Premium
Great tutorial thanks for the help.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Ben. Always happy to help.
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school Premium
This tutorial is very informative. Thanks for sharing.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Natia. I'm happy to have helped to bring some clarity.
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JackTomon Premium
Hi Robert, Thanks you for the excellent tutorial and sharing. Much appreciated. To your continued success. Jack
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Jack. Glad you liked it and thank you for your comment.
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Chuck101 Premium
you are a truly great asset to our community and I thank you. Chuck
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Chuck and thank you!
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bjdluna Premium
Yes, I totally agree with Chuck! I love reading your reviews because they always seem to be up to date, very accurate and extremely helpful!
Thanks so much for all of your help!
Barbara
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EdwardLarry Premium
Great training Robert, I really wanted to learn more about internal links
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Edward. I hope I answered all of your questions.
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Thank you! That was very helpful! :)
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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StubearBlack Premium
Why is it better to not click the open in a new link box for internal links?
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ChrisGooden Premium
There are mixed reasons for whether or not to use a new window. The main argument relates to not wanting to "lose" the visitor.

If the new page is internal then the user does not leave your site, so a new window isn't necessary.

If the new page is external then opening a new window keeps the old window (ie your site) available so the user doesn't forget to come back to you afterwards.

Apart from that, the other argument relates to the platform used by your visitor. If he is using a tablet or phone, not a PC, then new windows are a nuisance, and they eat up valuable memory.

Those familiar with tablet/phone are more skilled with the "back" button than PC people who frequently have many windows open and just "close" them without going back.
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StubearBlack Premium
Ahh, thanks for the timely reply Chris!

It's hard to gauge.. I know that for external links it's great practice. I recently went back and changed all of my links to open in a new window. I can see now why it may be detrimental to a tablet or phone user.

The question is should I go back and change it for internal links? I saw in google analytics that about 72% of people are on a desktop, 20% on mobile, and 7% tablet.
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boomergp08 Premium
If your internal links do not open in the same browser window then yes, go back and change them so they open in the same window. This is how it is meant to be. All of the established websites operate this way, Wikipedia, Google, eBay, Facebook,...

As of January 2015 more people access the internet on a mobile device than a deskop. This is why in April 2015 Google made it manditory that all websites be mobile friendly otherwise you would lose search results and not be featured in mobile results.

Having your internal links open in the same browser window not only matches what has been known as the standard but also makes your website more mobile friendly, for the reason which Chris gave above.
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boomergp08 Premium
Well said Chris! Thanks for helping out!
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StubearBlack Premium
Thank you! I will do that now.. I really have enjoyed many of your tutorials
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Stuart. I'm happy I was able to help you out.
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ChrisGooden Premium
Re the stats you quote, they look very old to me. When were they dated?

Current stats put 95% of searches being made on mobile devices, and PC manufacturers report a massive collapse of PC sales in the last 12 - 18 months.
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StubearBlack Premium
The stats I quoted were only filtered for the current month. I filtered it through since I joined WA, and I took a screen shot..desktop sessions 77.94%, mobile 16.56%, and tablet 5.5%
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ChrisGooden Premium
Ah! I see. Stats for your site.

I thought you were referring to searches in general (as did @boomergp08 it would seem).
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes. I was referring to the percentages on a global scale and not a personal level.
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StubearBlack Premium
So regardless of my stats, I was right to change internal links to NOT open in a new tab? I tirelessly fixed it all yesterday, so now all internal links open in the same page, and all external links open in a new one. :)
-Stu
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, you were right to change the internal links to NOT open in a new tab. Good job!
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ChrisGooden Premium
I agree with what you've done, and with @boomergp08
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StubearBlack Premium
Thank you sir. It was exhausting lol. Of course I had to go back and edit my articles once i saw how horrendous some of them were. :D
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StubearBlack Premium
Thank you Chris! Glad to have spoke
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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bjdluna Premium
So internal links stay on the same page but external links open a new window?
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, that is correct Barbara.
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bjtedder8989 Premium
I'm trying to post WA links and on my tablet its showing the link text, where they don't click on the link they have to type it in is that just my tablet or is theee another way to do it.
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boomergp08 Premium
I am not sure I understand how you are trying to post these links. Are you using the Insert/Edit link feature in WordPress where you place the target link and click the box to open the link in a new window?
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bjtedder8989 Premium
I figured it out, but UPS is showing my laptop should be here today. It going help me build my website better. Thanks for the help.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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HPearson Premium
Hi, quick question. I know to click "open in a new window" if sending them somewhere else. But why not for an internal link as well? It will keep them on the page they were reading, while still able to read the linked article. This way they don't have to try and find their way back.
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boomergp08 Premium
This is just the way all major websites do it for better rankings and SEO. You have to remember that the majority of people that search the internet do so on a smartphone or tablet and not on a desktop or laptop computer.

Having multiple tabs open on mobile devices is extremely difficult to use. But the use of the back button is extremely easy to use. Your website rankings are effected by SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and one of the ranking factors within SEO is UX (User Experience).

Being that the majority of internet users are on mobile devices, you must make the navigation of your website a better UX for those website visitors. By opening within the same window tab, all the person has to do is click the "back" button. It is a very simple and fast solution for getting back to the original page.
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MarinaR Premium
Very useful information on linking. Thank you for this training.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Marina.
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Crthomas Premium
Awesome Blog, I definitely have been hurting my SEO after reading this but I also did not know I was doing it and I recently reviewed my internal links on my webmaster tools which I am now always keeping up because I had some serious reviewing to do..

Thanks for the great tips

Ct.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Chris. Happy to have helped you.
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LH-CLUB Premium
I didn`t know about the images MB V KB size, I changed them in WP for pixel size, now I have changed them all to small KB size.

Excellent training, reading a lot of your tutorials, what I like to do is copy and paste into Kindle and read on the go , which would be good for a lot of members, especially if they are time poor. gives you a break from the computer desk.

Thank you again
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Lou and that is an awesome idea - copying it into your kindle. If you have internet access on your Kindle you can also just login to WA and read the training directly from there. If you need quicker access, you can always bookmark any of my training tutorials and blogs here within WA.
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LH-CLUB Premium
Yes, I do have the internet on my Kindle, I have had it for about a year and I take it everywhere, I have downloaded loads of stuff I use word mostly, copy and paste then just send, in the subject put convert.

Cheers
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Rodwell Premium
Excellent training info - AND extremely well presented
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Tony, I am happy you found my training tutorial well presented.
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Rodwell Premium
As always Robert.
Regards,
Tony
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TopAchiever Premium
Robert, you mention See Image Above and See Image Below - I don't see any images... am I missing something?
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ChrisGooden Premium
The images are part of the text of Lesson 3.

"Image Above" is the one with the big red arrow "HOW TO CREATE AN INTERNAL LINK"

"Image Below" has two big red arrows and title "Insert/Edit Link"
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boomergp08 Premium
Wealthy Affiliate servers are currently having problems displaying images in our blogs, trainings, and profiles for some people. Sometimes refreshing the screen will make the images appear.
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ChrisGooden Premium
Is it likely to be a cache issue? Quite often is.
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TopAchiever Premium
Thanks for that Robert! I was beginning to doubt the move of my siterubix site to my domain. Some of the images showed and some of them didn't.
Yes, I noticed earlier that peoples profile images were not showing. It was a lesson in itself! We by habit, look at the picture before we read the name. I was forced to read the name and try and remember the picture! We are some complex beings!
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TopAchiever Premium
@Robert - I definitely didn't see those earlier, but now I see them. Thanks for clearing that up - seems to have righted itself.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Edu
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suetay Premium
Thanks for the training, Robert.
If the internal link is somewhere in the middle of the article, and if the link does not open in a new window, wouldn't that bring the reader away from the article and he may not come back to finish reading the entire article.
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes it would, but most people should know how to use the back button on a computer and most definitely have to know how to use it on a cell phone and tablet.

Opening an internal link in a new window may work well for people who view your website on a computer, but it does not work well for those who view your website on a mobile device.

Seeing how more people use the internet on a phone or tablet than they do on a computer nowadays, this practice of opening internal links within the same window tab is more important now.
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suetay Premium
Ok, thanks very much Robert,
Have a nice weekend!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. You too!
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Nui Premium
Thanks for sharing. Appreciate your putting this out there. Much gratitude!!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Nui
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lindasea Premium
Nicely done! I have been using internal links and from you today learned that they shouldn't be opening in a new window. I thought that made for ease of navigation in the site but I get your point and it makes sense.

Well, gotta go make some corrections now.

Thank you for your contribution!
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boomergp08 Premium
A lot of people think that opening in a new window would make it easier for navigation, and I can see why they may think that. But all of the major website like Google, Wikipedia, eBay, Amazon, and many others, all open in the same window when interlinking and open in another window when taking the website reader to another website.
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lindasea Premium
See, that's why I follow you, you get this industry and your experience shows in your observations and recommendations. Love it!
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Linda.
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ChrisGooden Premium
An opening comment is "Welcome to part 3 ..." with no mention of where to find parts 1 and 2. I had to do a search.

Part 1 ends with link to part 2. Excellent.
Part 2 opens with a link to part 1 and ends with a link to Part 3. Excellent.
Part 3 needs to do the same as Part 2. I eventually found links to the earlier parts on the last page. Most annoying.

For new visitors, here is the link to the other parts of the series
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boomergp08 Premium
I will make an update
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larryf20865 Premium
Thanks, Robert.
I think I learned this from ya already.

Got selfie videos on a few of my pages.
Do we SEO these the same as we do our pics??

When make my youtube videos I've put in keywords there from video lesson here as well as learning from youtube "how to make a youtube video".

Larry
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome and yes, you do SEO the sames as pics.
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larryf20865 Premium
Thank you, Robert.
Will get on this.

Larry
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome
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JMONKS Premium
Hi Robert I followed this step to link my new post to my previous page. The highlighted words that I wanted to link does not open up if I point the cursor and click the words. I do not know if you get what I mean. What have I done wrong?
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boomergp08 Premium
Did you actually create the link?

1) Highlight the word or words you want to make the link with
2) Click the link icon in the top row of the WordPress Editor
3) When the Insert/Edit Link window appears paste the url address of the page you want to link to where it says URL
4) Write a title, normally I just write the name of the page you are sending them to
5) Then click Add Link.

You will not be able to test the link until you either publish the post or save it as a draft.
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JMONKS Premium
Yes I did follow everything, now it is working I am very happy I did it. I visited my site and click the highlighted words and yes!! it brought me to the page I wanted..thanks so much Robert
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Jenny.
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fairo Premium
I am not sure where I am missing it ... and this is a new problem, pressing the internal link sign is NOT bringing up the Insert/edit link box .... HELP! Please.
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boomergp08 Premium
You have to highlight the words you want to make into the link and then the link button will become active. Then you can click it and bring up the Insert/Edit link box.
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fairo Premium
Thanks for the explanation - the problem persists though. The link button is active and the screen kind of moves but does not bring up the Insert/Edit link box. On my other websites it is working perfectly.
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fairo Premium
Once again - thanks - finally it now works - had to do a number of updates - thank you very much
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Faith
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NemiraB Premium
Thank you very much for this information, because sometimes I miss little detail as arrow which points to page. Now it worked perfectly:)
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Sometimes it is the littlest of details that can mean a big difference in how something works. Glad I was able to help.
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i kind of think you are far more clever and intelligent, intelligent in the sense that the whole content is far more productive and clever in the sense that...
while you were training you yourself used the internal links hence not allowing any visitor to jump. atleast i completed the whole thing in one shot. haha :)
you also divided the whole training into 3 sessions which kept it interesting and not tiring at all. Had it been a single training tutorial i myself would have bookmarked it for next time. Probably most would have done the same.
so you gave the
1. Content >------> loved it
2. Used Internal LInks and kept the viewer engaged or lets say it resulted into better audience experience >---> got engaged

3. better audience experience = more likes, comments and sharing
>------> gave like and commented
4. more likes, comments and sharing= increased article value
5. increased article value = cash through blogging

hahaha thats remarkable :)

PS: Is WA paying for your articles :)

Anyways cheers and catch you later :)

Ashish.
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks Ashish for your astute observations. The goal of any webmaster and content writer is to keep his/her readers attention.

Yes, if I had made all of this one tutorial, it would have been too long and even I would have fallen asleep writing it. And though I enjoy teaching others what I know that can benefit them too, yes a nice side perk is that WA pays for quality training tutorials. :)
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i learned a lot from your trainings. keep up the good work. You are great at it. :)
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you.
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Daniel01 Premium
You kind of give me a new perspective on how to improve my websites and also the urge to go on. Thanks Robert
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Daniel. Sometimes it is good to see things from a different perspective.
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SassyLady Premium
Again, thank you very much for writing these lessons.
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boomergp08 Premium
Again you are welcome Sue. :)
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Prestones Premium
Having these three articles available is great! I've gotta get back to the regular "Getting Started" series after this though - you know how Kyle can get. LOL
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you. I prefer people to refer to my training after they have gone through Kyle's Getting Started training as it is meant to compliment that training by filling in the blanks. Which is great about WA is that you can bookmark any and all content, training, and blog just by clicking the Star at the top-left under the title.
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Prestones Premium
Beautiful! Thanks so much for the bookmarking tip!!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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cybernurse Premium
Thank you this really cleared up some questions I had about SEO and how to link my pages. So much to do but I get it now!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Yes there is a lot to do but once you understand it, it gets better and easier.
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felixcat Premium
Found it a the end of your post.
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felixcat Premium
Just found your training it says part 3, where can I find parts 1 and 2.
Great info!
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you. Glad you liked it.
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Excellent information especially for someone like me who is just starting and needs guidance on the content that should be held within a good website. Thanks for the high qaulity information!
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you and you are welcome Randy. Always happy to help both the newbie and the veteran website owners.
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NWTDennis Premium
I've been expecting Kyle's Certification Training to take me to this, but I've not got there yet I guess. I can see that my niche site will benefit greatly from a relevant use of Internal Links.

So I've got the email for this tutorial along with the others from your series saved in an email file for future reference. Keep them coming. They are very helpful, even if it's a review of something I think I already understand.
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boomergp08 Premium
You could always bookmark these and any other WA content by clicking the Star to the left of the Affiliate Link button at the top, this way you do not have to save the emails.

Kyle teaches about Internal Links within the Bootcamp training. I don't remember if he teaches it within Certification.
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NWTDennis Premium
Been doing both since I started the Cert training and each list is getting pretty long. Will sift and sort after I complete the Cert Training. Hoping it will be a quick read confirming that I've actually been learning some of this stuff.
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boomergp08 Premium
I got rid of a lot of my saved links after I completed the Certification Course and started Bootcamp because I was already implementing much of it in my website. Once that happened I didn't need to save them anymore.
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larryf20865 Premium
Thanks Robert and nice to meet you.
Got to understand SEO a little more.
Larry
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Larry. SEO takes a while to learn because it is always evolving, so don't be discouraged if you do not know it all in the short term.
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larryf20865 Premium
Thanks, for Robert!!
If you hear me coming, have a box of tissue ready cause I'll be cry all the way to your front door steps, LOL!!
Larry
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boomergp08 Premium
I have plenty and paper towels too. :)
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Darrenteh Premium
Thank you so much for the training Robert:)
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome and I hope that your SEO can benefit from it.
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JewelCarol Premium
This is good training, thanks very much dear Robert!! :) It helps all of us!! :)
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boomergp08 Premium
You are most welcome Jewel. And thank you for sharing my training on your blog. :)
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JewelCarol Premium
Ha...ha.. you deserve my sharing, lol. :)
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boomergp08 Premium
As the saying goes, sharing is caring. :)
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JewelCarol Premium
You are right, dear Robert. :) I am also very excited because our wa member Dom is going to win in the chalelnge!! lol. :)
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, that is awesome!
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SteveSweet Premium
I love the sharing of information within this community.

Thanks
Steve Sweet
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boomergp08 Premium
The sharing is one of the many reasons why I love it here. Thanks Steve for stopping by and reading my training tutorial.
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lavera Premium
Thank you for sharing very informative and as always interesting
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Lyubov. I am happy you found the training interesting. Thanks for stopping by.
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Christabelle Premium
Great tutorial Robert! :)
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Christa, glad you liked it!
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DaisyB Premium
Well done.
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks Daisy, I'm glad you enjoyed my training.
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mjdimarco Premium
thanks for this.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Michael. Thanks for stopping by.
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Harrysastar2 Premium
Once again Robert, great info, have bookmarked it for future reference
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Brian and thanks for bookmarking my training. I hope it helps you out.
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Loes Premium
Thanks, especially for the keywords, I will give my site an internal link boost:) Robert
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Loes. I hope the keywords and the use of the internal links help you out. Thanks for stopping by.
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Loes Premium
Love to stop at your doorstep:)
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boomergp08 Premium
Cool!
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bsmith1222 Premium
Great info Robert!
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Brian and thanks for stopping by.
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bsmith1222 Premium
Your welcome
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MarionBlack Premium
Thanks Robert. Great training for SEO. ~Marion
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Marion and thanks for those tips you PM'd me a few days ago about taking action at the end. :)
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KatieMac Premium
very useful bit of training as I go over certain training again I always seem to gain some different information
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boomergp08 Premium
The same thing happens to me too Cathy. I will go back and watch one of Kyle's videos or re-read a lesson, and will always pick up on something that I may have missed the first time through.
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KatieMac Premium
feel better hearing that now.. thank have a great weekend
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boomergp08 Premium
You too!
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Shave Premium
Very timely lesson for me. Thanks
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