What are contextual backlinks?Unbeknown to many of the webmasters who are new to the search engine optimization world, many of the links people build to their websites are already contextual backlinks. In fact many people make contextual backlinks without even knowing what they are. Contextual backlinks are also known as “in content text backlinks” meaning that you have a piece of text (usually anchor text) that links back to your website somewhere in the content. The great part about contextual backlinks is that webmasters can use them to target various other keywords. The truth is that Google and most of the other search engines use the actual text that links to your site to add authority for that particular phrase. For example if you have your backlink with the anchor text “contextual backlinks” you are likely to have a little more authority and a higher rank when someone searches for contextual backlinks. In reality contextual backlinks allow you to choose what keywords your website has credibility for and all you have to replace the “Click here” backlinks that were so common in past times with a sentence containing your keyword and link.
How your contextual backlinks should be implemented.
- Article Marketing
- Blog posts