Wikimotive's New eBook On Internal Linking

If you’re involved with the marketing aspect of your web presence, then you’ve probably heard of internal links. Simply put, they’re links on a website that lead to other pages on that same website (hence ‘internal’). Does your business utilize them? It not, you’re missing out on one of the most powerful and reliable methods of lead generation and SEO bolstering available.

The importance of internal linking is often upstaged by inbound links, but it’s a mistake to overlook them completely. It’s easy to fully implement an internal linking strategy and the ROI is truly amazing. Sure, inbound links tell search engines what the world thinks your pages are about, but inbound links let you tell the search engines what YOU think your pages are about, and that has weight.

Wikimotive has written a limited-edition eBook called ‘Internal Linking: Sometimes the most powerful links…come from within’. This eBook is a step-by-step guide to understanding and mastering the use of internal linking, giving you an affordable and easy method for increasing website traffic and lead conversion.

eBooks—for those who are unfamiliar—are short, downloadable booklets that exist in digital PDF form. In ours, you’ll learn:

  • The principals of internal linking
  • How to build an effective internal link
  • Where your internal links should point to
  • How to apply effective Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to make your pagesrank in search

    If you want to know how to build internal links, or if you already have them and just want to make sure you’re following best practices, then you’re in luck! Follow this link to get your free copy of our ebook Internal Linking: Sometimes The Most Powerful Links… Come From Within.

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Comment by Timothy Martell on August 25, 2012 at 7:16pm

Great questions guys. One of the greatest aspects of web providers like is that they do allow direct access to add your own contributions to their websites. Writing pages geared for SEO are a great way to enhance your internal linking with websites. 

At Wikimotive, we're a big fan of sites because they follow so many best practices with regard to proper digital marketing. There are a few tweaks we might make, but over all its tough to do a whole lot better.

Thats not to say that having a site is all it takes. We find plenty of sites with failing grades. Thats not a characterization of the quality of service at, but great digital marketing doesn't come with a set it and forget it button. That's where companies like Wikimotive come in. We take a great product like's web platform and utilize its potential.

Brad, some flash and java script is OK, you just don't want a website dominated by it. If you are familiar at all with HTML then you can look at the page source of your website and learn a lot about its structure and make up.

But don't worry, if that last line sounded like a bunch of gobbledegook, Wikimotive can do a free evaluation of your website and let you know if you're in the clear.

Comment by Brad VanMagness on August 25, 2012 at 1:11pm

On the same token, how can I tell if there is java or flash on my dealership site that's built by a 3rd party automotive website company?

Comment by Greg Devlin on August 25, 2012 at 1:02pm

Good point Dan I've been thinking the same thing

Comment by Dan Hinds on August 25, 2012 at 1:01pm

This is a great e-book but I'm curious how can I implement some of these strategies if my dealership site is build and administrated by a third party like

Comment by Zach Billings on August 22, 2012 at 1:23pm

Thanks for the support everyone, look out for next weeks ebook on Blogging.

Comment by Brad VanMagness on August 22, 2012 at 1:20pm

Great ebook once again Tim, can't wait for the next one

Comment by Larry Rettig on August 22, 2012 at 1:18pm

Internal linking can be very important to your SEO people should definitely read this ebook, especially if you've been ignoring your website's links and navigation structure.

Comment by Greg Devlin on August 22, 2012 at 1:16pm

Keep 'em coming Tim

Comment by Abner Cavalcanti on August 22, 2012 at 1:13pm

I agree I've been learning a lot from these, by the way excellent title haha.

Comment by Andrew Martin on August 22, 2012 at 1:10pm

These ebooks are amazing, every one so far has been thorough and informative.

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