When Linking Create Powerful Anchor And Descriptive Text


 When Linking Create Powerful Anchor And Descriptive Text

Whenever you create a link on your website, make sure to use descriptive text and include links that lead to other relevant pages on your site. This is called hyperlinking. When you link, you both provide added information (the description) for the reader--and anchor the related topic in the article or web page--and make it easy for readers to continue browsing through your site.

Hyperlinking is a powerful technique for making your text clearer and more readable. Links also can lead to other sites that provide valuable information on related topics, as well as back to pages within your own website that might be of interest in relation to this topic.


Sarah Cooley and Bryan Buetow

Authors of Writing Well: A Guide to Reducing Writing Anxiety , the best selling book that teaches people how to write well. We've also produced several writing and publishing videos, including an award-winning video on how to structure paragraphs . Learn more about our work at http://www.writingwell.com and our blog at http://www.writingcooley.blogspot.com . If you have questions, e-mail us at sarah@writingcooley.com . Find out more about the book here: http://www.writingcooley.com/writing-well-the-book.html

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Sorry, I can't help but laugh at your comment about social media. They say if you are not "online" enough or not "social enough" then you can't be successful in any business. I could have written that same article. People need to get over themselves. Your site is beautiful and I love what you have done with it but just because you like what it says on a page about social media doesn't mean that people do too. Leave the 21st century behind and try being willing to learn something new, then write about it. Reply Delete
Not that I am trying to brush off what you said. I respect what you are saying, but I have a problem with the fact that you are saying social media is a big deal. Sure it can be an effective tool but it is not the be all end all of marketing or promotion. Reply Delete
You're right, people need to get over themselves... Like the article says, ignore the popular "advice" and if it doesn't work for you then don't worry about it. That way if someone sees this blog then they at least know where your advice didn't work out well for your own site.

Conclusion: "The biggest lessons I have learned are that creating a blog is not about social media. It's about building a community and creating a resource."
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