Deep linking, on the World Wide Web, is making a hyperlink that points to a specific page or image on another website, instead of to that website’s main or home page. Such links are called deep links.
Pillar posts include plenty of outgoing links to authoritative and popular external resources. In the context of blogs, deep links posts include plenty of internal links to content rich posts, including pillar posts that are found within the same blog.
Today’s blogging tip is a “how to” focused on breathing new life into older posts by simply bringing them to your readers’ attention. Selecting an encompassing theme and writing a deep links post brings fresh attention content rich posts you have previously posted.
I am be delighted to link to an outstanding example below of how to write a deep links post that contains links to pillar posts.
Robert Stevenson’s blog is called Rob’s Megaphone: Where laughter, fun, and grammar intersect. He is a professor of mass communications and a writer. The theme he chose for the deep links post is that the best way to get your visitors to return to your blog is to reward them with your writing by polishing your posts.
I wrote this for people who want to build return traffic. My premise is that social networks and search engines may bring traffic, but all the marketing in the world won’t bring back unhappy visitors. This is about polishing your posts.
Related posts found in this blog:
Blogging: Characteristics of pillar posts
Blogging: Content is King
How to structure a reader and search engine friendly blog