A clever way to implement the links within your site

Create a useful link page for your readers

You have probably already found out that when you create a new page in SimpleDifferent, among the different kinds of pages you can choose from, there is a "link page".

This dedicated page gives you the opportunity to gather and organize useful links for your readers, letting them research your subject further.

It is an "old" tradition on the web to show that a site is part of a greater whole. The people coming to your site may find this another important reason to add your site to their bookmarks.

Creating a link page for your site is also appreciated by search engines

Links are a two way street, search engines want to see that your site is not a dead end. By creating a link page on your site that provides high quality links that have similar content to your own site, Google will come to see your pages as quality and that the keywords and topics you present are not only on topic but trustworthy.


Links can also be implemented into your pages to equal effect

If you are presenting a topic and you find yourself needing to explain something that falls outside of the scope of your topic, but is still essential for readers to understand the content of your page, then you may want to explain it better.
You can do this by creating a separate page to explain that topic and creating an internal link to that page (link between pages of your site). 
You could also link to another website that explains this topic.(external link). 
Note, this site could be yours too. A clever strategy to increase your presence on the web is to split your subject into dedicated sites.

Either way your reader and Google will see that your pages are not dead ends and can be considerate as a interesting source of information. 

A practical example within this site :
more about links between pages on the page about organizing the content of your website

or for an external link
More about this essential subject on link your pages on our write for the web guidethis guide will also help you also decide where to place the link in a sentence.