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Are we allowed to add an external link to our own website in the article's we write?

 
Gorang
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on 04/23/2015

This is quite an important thing for most of us as we want to get visibility for our names and earn money through other ways.

Gorang
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on 04/23/2015

To elaborate on this, where are the rules for Wizzley?

 

I noticed the top pages do have external links in the bottom and I want to write pages just as good as those, but I want to be clear on the rules first :)

dustytoes
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on 04/23/2015

Here are the FAQ and rules so to speak at Wizzley.

When you fill out your profile info you can add links to your website, etc. which will show up by your photo.

In your articles you can include RSS feeds, and that is how I usually link to my sites when writing about related material.

 


LindaSmith1
Posts: 132
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on 04/24/2015

I usually add a text box with links to my sites, as well as have them in my profile. 


Linda Smith
cazort
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on 04/24/2015

I link to several of my external websites.  A few things to consider:

  • I don't link to them on every page.
  • I only link to them when directly relevant, on pages that are relevant, in contexts where I think they add something.
  • I include multiple external links on most of my pages, to a diverse range of sites.

For example, I run RateTea, and I have a few pages about tea, like Why Drink Loose-Leaf Tea? and I have one link to my website RateTea on that page. My page on Teavana vs. Adagio Teas has three links to RateTea, one to the homepage and one to the pages on that site for each of these companies, but these links are not at the top of the page, and that page links to many different sites, including the official sites for both those companies, and some external articles on third-party sites, about Teavana.


Alex Zorach, editor of RateTea and co-founder of Why This Way
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