The Anatomy of a Hyperlink That Woos Readers

Links are hugely important for the web.
In a macro, 30,000-foot way, links are the currency that help search engines evaluate the essence and quality of content. They help search engines determine the authority behind a web page.
On a micro level, though, from the reader’s perspective, links also serve as one more of these landmarks that stand out for the reader as she surveys her media landscape.
And when you have mere minutes to woo a potential reader, you do whatever you can to make your page stand out.
In this roughly 10-minute episode of Rough Draft with Demian Farnworth, you’ll discover:

The five acceptable ways you can create a link
What makes links so damn attractive to online readers
Why long links achieved the highest success in getting people to the information they were seeking
How to get a reader’s attention with the magic number of words in a link
The one page you should never send a reader via a link

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