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Outbound Links (public)

  1. 1. Outbound Links
  2. 2. Controlling your outbound links is vital to your site’s on site SEO strategy.
  3. 3. Controlling your outbound links is vital to your site’s on site SEO strategy. In SEO, understanding outbound links is one step forward for your on site optimization.
  4. 4. Outbound links are links that are meant to take you elsewhere. These are links that are going to direct you to another specific webpage or website altogether.
  5. 5. When someone clicks an outbound link, it simply means that the person is of your site, into another website. going out
  6. 6. All websites have outbound links. There will always be great sources to cite when sharing information, such as resources, social network accounts, and other useful websites.
  7. 7. All these ‘other websites’ are entities that are apart from your ownership.
  8. 8. All these ‘other websites’ are entities that are apart from your ownership. Pointing out to them will obviously direct traffic from your site to them meaning you’re giving your visitors an exit opportunity from your site.
  9. 9. All these ‘other websites’ are entities that are apart from your ownership. Pointing out to them will obviously direct traffic from your site to them meaning you’re giving your visitors an exit opportunity from your site. That is, if you don’t use the target=”_blank” attribute of an outbound link (it is highly recommend that you do).
  10. 10. You already get the gist that outbound links are not really something to keep a potential customer or a reader in your website, right?
  11. 11. You already get the gist that outbound links are not really something to keep a potential customer or a reader in your website, right? Now don’t get it wrong, don’t try to antagonize it – in fact outbound links as a reader is great
  12. 12. You already get the gist that outbound links are not really something to keep a potential customer or a reader in your website, right? Now don’t get it wrong, don’t try to antagonize it – in fact outbound links as a reader is great because most outbound links helps us find more relevant information.
  13. 13. The thing you have to know about outbound links is that it passes on link juice to whoever it points to.
  14. 14. The thing you have to know about outbound links is that it passes on link juice to whoever it points to. And yes, the one passing it on of course, loses some of its own juice.
  15. 15. There are 2 kinds of links:
  16. 16. And you’ll learn more about them
  17. 17. And you’ll learn more about them
  18. 18. And you’ll learn more about them
  19. 19. And you’ll learn more about them
  20. 20. And you’ll learn more about them

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