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Linking to web sites throughout the Internet is a good way to build traffic. Especially if you can get reciprocal links back to your website. One way Search Engines deam your rank and importance is by how many 'relavant Inbound links' your web site has. Meaning, the more people who link to your website, the better your rank when someone is looking for you on Google.
So make sure you link, link, link when you are posting a blog on ArtId. And make sure you tell everyone else you know who uses the Internet to link to your website on ArtId!
There are two ways our site recognizes something as a LIVE LINK.
1. Type in a URL. When you submit the post live, our code will automatically convert it into a live link. For example, Come see my latest work on ArtId www.artid.com/mize The actual URL will become a live link.
2. You want 'words' to be the link without the URL showing. Then you need to type in some html around the words along with the URL.
For example, in my most recent blog post, I wanted to link to an article on Hubspot using the name of the article without the URL showing.
I'm going to break this down for you so you can see how I typed things (otherwise the site keeps turning it into a live link :))
You need to type quotation marks around the words you want to have as the live link "7 Reasons Why you Can't Trust The Webmast With SEO" then put a colon "7 Reasons why you can't trust the webmaster with SEO": then the exact URL .....Why you can't trust the webmaster with SEO":http://blog.hubspot.com/et.aspx?p=RrepeSZItRIIuzNrKAfVviuGSWRYjCLK
When the post goes live, the words will be the live link.
Let me know if you have any problems or questions. The more links we put into our posts, the better the traffic. Of course, Inbound Links are the most powerful for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). However, if we reciprocate by linking to other sites, then they will link back to us!
Go forth and Link Link Link