what do you think of the idea to have a module just for internal links ?
it could simply be a "related hubs" module - or if possible, a sudebar unit that allows links to a number of your OWN hubs
addes internal linking would be good for seo - from both hp and hubbers' viewpoints.
what do you think ?
and more importantly....
is it possible / executable ?
I use the Link Capsule for that all the time.
I only link to those of a related theme.
yes - that seems to be the only good option at this time.
it would be nice, however, if it was possible to simply insert a number of random links to your own hubs - especially the hubbers with plenty of hubs would benefit from its seo value
silly me - did not notice the related hubs widget in the sidebar.
but it would still be nice to have random internal links to your own hubs.
i checked out using the profile rss feed - but that just lists the last hubs - so the older ones will not be getting any link juice
how do you get a related hubs rss feed ?
anyway, the new related hubs widget will already make a difference - in seo terms -because somewhere out there, there will be links pointing to your hubs - creating a spiderweb effect for the search engines - and they seem to appreciate that.
Since relevancy is more important than randomness to search engines, I fail to see the benefit of this potential development.
I agree. From what I understand, search engines are suspicious of websites that include links to random, unrelated sites - so why would I want to do that?
The related Hubs box already provides links to related Hubs so I see no reason to duplicate that.
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