26 Aug 12 6:18 pm
I am not a big fan of linking article 1 to article 2 and article 2 to article 3 and so on, to me it makes it seem like it is just one big long article spread over many pages. What I do is I have many articles that point to many other pages because in the article I will mention something in the other article that is relevant to the one they are reading.
For example when Cecille was talking about a weight loss site , maybe there is an article about diet but in the diet article she mentions something about exercise she likes and that could be used as a link to an article you have about a specific exercise that you like to do.
Also in the same diet article you may mention something about a supplement which could be a link to an article on your site about supplements. When I put my sites together I just write the articles for the site then i go back and read everything over again and see if I already have something in each article that can be tied to another article or if I could put in a sentence that flows with the article that I can use as a link to another.
As I said I find it easier to do this after most things are done that way you can read everything and see if wording is already in place that works or if I can put wording in that fits which can be used as a link to something else. After you do it a few times it becomes easy to spot and to do.