How to Link to External Links from the Post Title in WordPress


How to Link to External Resources from a Post Title in WordPress
Faith Daniel

Linking to external sources can be used in a variety of ways. From sharing content with blog subscribers to sharing news and topical data to your business visitors, it’s just another way you can accentuate WordPress web hosting to suit your needs. Sometimes a quick link to something important is all you really need to keep the audience engaged.

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Yessenia Tellez

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How to Link to External Links from the Post Title in Genesis
Livia Jeffery

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How to Nofollow All External Links in WordPress
Tisa Yeager

I think it’s important to note that in almost all circumstances it’s not a good idea to no follow ALL external links as that completely defeats the purpose – it’s clear that Google thinks this too
A while ago I thought about using a plugin to do this but a website looks much more natural if you don’t do this. If you think about it it says to Google that all external links on the site are paid links, and if all links can be bought, how useful would they be for the visitor and a different site that doesn’t nofollow everything should be ranked higher as a result – correct me if I’m wrong though.

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