8 Responses

  1. Leo Koo
    Leo Koo November 8, 2019 at 02:20 | | Reply

    Thanks, Will. Could you run some tests and compare it with say, Yoast SEO Premium and RankMath’s link building section?

    Appreciate the article!

    1. Mark Zahra
      Mark Zahra November 11, 2019 at 06:34 | | Reply

      Hi Leo, that’s an interesting idea. We’ll look into it.

  2. Swapnil Shendge
    Swapnil Shendge November 11, 2019 at 02:32 | | Reply

    Thanks, Will.This article is very helpful for everyone in linking strategy.

  3. Moses Ukanna
    Moses Ukanna November 11, 2019 at 05:11 | | Reply

    Hey Will, I know we have a ton of helpful interlinking tools. But is it better to manually link posts or use plugins? I read a post that manual linking is better. But yet, plugins tend to slow down server, and the links are not very pure and SEO Friendly (my Opinion).

    1. Mark Zahra
      Mark Zahra November 11, 2019 at 06:35 | | Reply

      Hey Moses, do you have any links that you can share about that?

      Manually setting the internal links will probably be better if you know your content well and know how to optimize the linking itself for more SEO benefits, but I’m curious to read up on that post you mentioned.

  4. Whyteman Harrison
    Whyteman Harrison November 17, 2019 at 05:32 | | Reply

    Alright thanks a lot but I think it’s not good for SEO

  5. Kim
    Kim November 20, 2019 at 03:59 | | Reply

    We use LinkWhisperer ourselves. It’s by far the best tool to manage internal links.

    Manually creating internal links after you publish a new post is an effort proportional to the number of posts you have. This tedious task isn’t particularly fun either, once you’re near 100 or more posts.

    This is where LinkWhisperer is a time saver. Let’s be clear, it’s not an automatic tool: you still need to get your hands dirty and continue doing manual linking at times.

    As for performance, while we don’t have benchmarks, we have not seen degraded website performance. It doesn’t run a regular cron, but requires a manual refresh.

    Finally, the author of the plugin is actively adding improvements. We can see how the tool will become an essential item in your own toolbox.

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