Internal links are links on your website that point to other pages of the website. Internal links is an important SEO factor, that helps search engines to understand website structure and index more pages of website. In this post, we will discover a WordPress plugin, Internal Link Building, for automatically linking between posts and pages of WordPress blog.
Canonical link is a link tag in the header of HTML document that tells search engines the preferred location of this url. Canonical link is an useful instruction for search engines to deal with duplicate content problems. If your site has identical or vastly similar content that’s accessible through multiple URLs, this format provides you with more control over the URL returned in search results. It also helps to make sure that properties such as link popularity are consolidated to your preferred version.
Sometimes we meet the situation when someone asks about something by leaving a comment in a post, but the question is very different from the post content. For example: ask about SEO in a post that writes about CSS3, ask about WordPress in a post that writes about Blogger, etc. This comment adds nothing to discussion about the post content, and other commentators don’t like that. In this article, I’ll show you a small tip that move a comment from a post to another using MySQL query without any plugins.
Nofollow is used to instruct some search engines that a hyperlink should not influence the link target’s ranking in the search engine’s index. Using nofollow, we can control the flow of PageRank from our website to another.