Tag Archives: text links

Crafting Link Text

30 June, 2011

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“Link text” is the web copy component of a webpage where a url is installed into a particular word or phrase: lorem ipsum dolor sit amet (“lorem ipsum” is the text link). words (text) + url (link) = text link or link text Why care what words get formatted as the url, anyway? A link […]

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Too Many Calls to Action: Possible?

4 April, 2011

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Without a doubt, calls to action are key content components on a website or webpage. And today’s web sites typically have a LOT going on–sometimes a bit too much. But when do a lot of calls to action become too many? Just a thought, but I was just checking out one of my regular news […]

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Clever Link Trick

4 December, 2010

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Official Google Blog editors make clever use of a crop of text links when they make a link farm of a complete sentence. Instead of one long hyperlink, which is the common text link convention, each word is a separate url to a different blog post. It’s a provocative alternative and certainly flies in the […]

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Why text links in page content are a good idea.

8 June, 2010

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It’s never too outdated a topic…SEO basics like on-page text links. And, no, everyone doesn’t know their import or that on-page links are a pretty major component on a comprehensive SEO checklist. See, I believe there are a lot of business folks and other professionals who are creating websites and don’t just know this stuff…unless […]

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