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Online Blogging as a Source of Backlinks


Online Blogging: What are Backlinks?

The internet is built on backlinks and online blogging could hardly exist without them. But what are backlinks? Backlink are links back to a page that someone else has made. For example, imagine I am blogging and I write an article you like. You will then write about my article on your blog, linking to my post. You have just created a backlink, a link that someone who reads your post may click to see the original content. Online blogging is a giant web of inter-connected backlinks connecting different online blogging sites together.

Online Blogging: What are the Benefits?

In your own online blogging activities, it is smart to backlink to your own posts in order drive more traffic to them. It’s a great way to keep people on your site. You can casually mention the topic of a post you wrote three months ago and include a discrete link to it in your text. An interested reader will then click on it. Blogging online is built around creating an inner network of backlinks to your own material. Wikipedia is the king of doing this; reading one Wikipedia article quickly turns into reading twenty articles. Why? Because Wikipedia is all about connecting links from one article to another, it can get difficult to leave the site. Try to do that with your blog.

Online Blogging: Backlinking Tips

One classic online blogging tip for backlinking is to make a discrete backlink. This means to not be so obvious in the fact you’re backlinking. Instead of writing the title of the post and including a link, include the link in a fragment of a sentence that is related to it. That makes it seamless. Another tip for online blogging and backlinking is to include a list of relevant backlinks at the bottom of every post you right. That way interested readers will always have a set of backlinks they can read when they’re done reading your article.

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