H1. Anchor Test
Anchor text is the text portion associated with a hyperlink on a web page. Anchor text refers to the clickable words that link one web page to another. But not every person will link to this page in the same way. This indicates to search engines and readers what type of webpage the link leads to. For example, You might link to a website about chocolate chip cookies if you use the anchor text “chocolate chip cookies”. Once this happens a few more times for that site, Google will realize that the site likely discusses chocolate chip cookies.
H2. Anchor link
An anchor link is a link strategically placed on a web page to make navigation easier. Using an anchor link, you can navigate to a different section of a webpage without scrolling. Their main purpose is to make all the information on a single website more accessible and ensure people do not skip your page due to navigation difficulties. Similarly, anchor links help viewers and readers make quick and efficient decisions regarding the benefits or lack thereof your web page can provide for them. For example, Unlike in the case of hyperlinks, anchor links do not have a predetermined URL that they need to be linked to. We have to create an ID that will link two parts of the same webpage. This id needs to be typed into the HTML editor to establish an anchor link between both. Let’s say you want to jump from the very top of the web page to the formal introduction paragraph.
H3. In Bound links
Inbound links are defined as links from other sites that point to your site. They are also known as backlinks, simply because they refer back to your site. For a link to be considered an inbound link by search engines, it must be clickable. An inbound link has 2 parts: The link to your page and The anchor text to which it is attached. For example, The author linked to our article on “header tags” since it’s relevant to optimizing a website for search engines.
H4. Outbound Links
These are links that link from your site to other sites. One of Google’s priorities is to give value to search engine users. When your site has outbound links, it is an indicator that you are going out of your way to find more value to add to your content. For example, There are many wedding rings on the market. If you want to have a wedding, you will have to pick the best ring. You will also need to buy flowers and a wedding dress. The bold texts are links to the site
H5. Back link
Use the back link component to help users go back to the previous page in a multi-page transaction. Although browsers have a back button, some sites break when you use it – so many users avoid it, instead of losing their progress in a service. Also, not all users are aware of the back button. You can include a back link on other pages within a multi-page transaction, if it makes sense to do so.