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While external links may be vital for effective SEO, internal links are often overlooked. Creating an inter-linking web of content should be an essential part of any digital strategy. This not only makes your site more attractive to search engines, but it also makes using your site a whole lot easier.
Google states that “the number of internal links pointing to a page is a signal to search engines about the relative importance of that page.” In our eyes, blogs are one of the best ways to go about implementing this internal linking. Come up with some relevant themes and interweave specific product links into your blog.
Google can see that your blogs don’t rely on external sources to back up your written topic, which boosts your credibility and authority. Ultimately, the more links you can add, the more authority you can build.
While linking your social media within your blogs is technically an external link, the benefits of sending users to your profiles on other sites are significant. Always encourage your users to check out your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram account with embedded links. Not only will this increase awareness of your presence on other sites, but it will also create a web between all of your accounts. You can also flip this process around and write social posts, which include links, about your newest blogs.
Ultimately, internal linking should be a consistent and natural part of your blogging. Creating that internal web within your site and with your socials is beneficial from both a structural and user perspective. Get linking and give yourself an edge over your nearest competitors.