I was building a wizzle and came to realize that sometimes I use terms that may not be commonly heard. I realize we should write with the most common language but some topics I feel are better said with specific words used fluently in the industry I'm writing about ...
I also know that people like me love to learn a new word and figure out what it means so I came to the conclusion that if I use a word that many may not have heard of (but sounds great anyway and the context of the sentence could tell them what it means pretty easily) that I'd link the word itself as anchor text to a site that explains the words meaning.
example: "Firms may have several motives for divestitures."
Most people would just get the jest of the words meaning (from the sentence context) and keep reading but a few would love to learn the word and it's definition so what I came up with is linking to sites like Wikipedia and dictionary .com to the page the word is defined or even explained on. (Edit: BUT IN MODERATION)
This ads a layer of value to your article as well.
What this does for SEO is provide you with external links to a high PR site which is good SEO practice, (Edit: and Google likely sees these as extensions to the information thus good research help for the reader!) You should have external links and internal links on your Wizzles for SEO in the first place so this provides an interesting way to do that. (Edit: BUT AGAIN IN MODERATION RELATIVE TO YOUR PAGES ALREADY PRESENT EXTERNAL LINKS)
Edit: Removed the comment links tip as it was, as chef pointed out to generously- invalid and I hadn't thought it through...