SEO Smart Links: Explained
Many people have been curious how to get their blogs to rank better with SEO smart links. There are plenty of tools that can help you do this but here’s one that is free that I recommend everyone start using. Of course, this tool has a paid version that can do much more, but for the purpose of ‘securing’ your website, I would suggest the use of pretty links to start.
SEO smart links are key to securing your site. This will allow you to unleash your ‘mojo’, letting you shine!
What I mean about ‘mojo‘ and ‘secure‘ is this:
Think of your website as a glass of water or whatever your favorite fluid is. Now, when you have a website that has links to other sites you are putting a hole in your glass that leaks out your favorite fluid (water is my favorite – so that is the fluid I will choose to refer to). This is what I mean by leaking ‘mojo‘ or making your site more ‘secure‘.
In order to stop the bleeding so to speak, you need to add a patch in your code – don’t worry, you don’t need to know code to add this. You’re going to need to start using a function called “nofollow” in your links. What pretty links does is shorten up your links and make the link you are using look like it’s coming from your website, such as the ‘paid version’ link above.
Another SEO Smart Links Tip
Pretty Link will automatically install a ‘rel=nofollow’ on all of your links you create in this plugin. This is key to making sure your blog keeps its water in the cup you are using, rather than letting it seep out to other websites with less or more water in their cup.
When you have a website that you put so much effort in, you want it to start ranking well on Google, Bing, Yahoo, Altavista, and Alexa. So make sure that you start installing the nofollow on all of your links. This one tip will start increasing your traffic, ranking, and pagerank authority in about 30 days – depending on how much you blog or update your website.
So if you want to want more SEO smart link tips to better your website or blog, I will be putting more on this site and creating a few more videos to go along with these posts.
P.S. Don’t have a website to use this cool tip on? That’s great. You can learn more about setting up your website right here