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Search Engine Optimization => Link Building => Topic started by: MartinL on 02-14-2017, 23:44:52

Title: get different links for different pages ?
Post by: MartinL on 02-14-2017, 23:44:52

Maybe a dumb question but should I try and get links back to homepage or to the specific page - in my case a product in a shop.

For example I have landing page - that is optimised for example for keywords 1 and 2 . However I also have more specific product pages with information on them regarding keywords 1 and 2.

Using Spyglass - should I try and get links just back to my homepage or specifically to other pages (hope that's explains my question)
Title: Re: get different links for different pages ?
Post by: clapcreative on 02-15-2017, 06:23:58
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Title: Re: get different links for different pages ?
Post by: Simi on 03-09-2018, 01:59:45
Maybe a dumb question but should I try and get links back to homepage or to the specific page - in my case a product in a shop.

For example I have landing page - that is optimised for example for keywords 1 and 2 . However I also have more specific product pages with information on them regarding keywords 1 and 2.

Using Spyglass - should I try and get links just back to my homepage or specifically to other pages (hope that's explains my question)

I think you should try to get links juice to your landing page as well as your favorite pages (pricing page, as an example?). A page with a high domain authority would be easier to be classed within top 10 in Google search results and that does seem like a good news to you, doesn't it?
Title: Re: get different links for different pages ?
Post by: richardmsmith on 06-15-2018, 01:03:59
I would like to suggest you submit articles and blog on another site.
create a link to the target you just set. To do this, position your cursor on the page where you would like the link to appear, and then go to Insert > Link. In the window that appears, enter the text you would like to appear as a link, and in the URL Field, enter #targetname, where target name is the name of your target. In our example, we would enter #jsmith.
Title: Re: get different links for different pages ?
Post by: RH-Calvin on 06-19-2018, 02:45:50
You should categorize your link building for different pages of your website. This will help to rank these pages in search engines and get more traffic directly to these internal pages of your website.