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What do you understand by contextual links?


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A contextual link is a type of link that's usually found within the body of content and is in context with the idea surrounding the link. It can be both natural (voluntary links from other websites – ex: link bait) and artificial (manually built – ex: one of your guest posts that links back to your blog/content).
 

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Hi Friends,

Great content automatically attracts quality backlinks. The basic idea behind contextual linking is (in-text links) cross-linking your blog posts in a specific manner. This way you are going to increase the number of backlinks for every inter-linked post. Every time you link to a post this way, reciprocity is not a necessity. Successful and effective contextual linking involves careful selection of links crafted according to needs and requirements. There are two basic principles while creating a contextual link.

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Hello Friends,

A contextual link is the clickable text (usually the keywords) found within the written content of your web page. If used effectively, contextual linking can be proven a very strong SEO linking strategy for your website. Not only that, contextual linking earns you high credibility and popularity among users as well as search engines.

Contextual linking can be done for internal as well as external resources i.e. linking your inner web pages and/or give references to other websites. Both have their own paybacks.

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