inLinks Insights and support Pages

Singapore Market Added to InLinks

When you set up a project, you can now select “Singapore” as the default market is you so wish. The difference between target markets This choice dictates what Google API is called when looking up search results. For some industries and keywords, the results may not vary at all, but for others, they could be wildly different by region. Can I Change my Target Market on an existing Project? If you created a project initially

Find a trending topic

Our Market Trends tool now lets you find a trending topic through a new search functionality. How to find a Trending Topic 1: If you don’t have an Inlinks account yet, register for a free one here. 2: Head over to Inlinks Market Trends. 3: Either filter down to a category by selecting one of them or… 3: Start typing a topic straight from then main page to search all categories. How to track trends

Case Study: Does Webpage Schema (About & Mentions) Improve Rankings?

There’s a very specific type of schema that inLinks autogenerates, based on the topic you associate with a page. We wanted to conduct a blind study, with multiple independent SEOs around the globe, to see if this schema was having any effect on rankings and visibility. We were very pleased to have a bunch of people from the SEO Signals Lab help us to generate some really interesting findings. Can The Webpage “About” Schema boost

Case Study: Reaching Google’s Top 10 with Internal Linking

Reaching the top 10 of Google without having to spend your days getting hypothetical backlinks is an attractive prospect. And achievable. Here are two experiments where the implementation of an internal network alone made it possible to obtain such a result. The first is an independent experiment, initially published in English, and carried out in slow mode: the inlinks are added by hand, adding the links spanned 6 months, and the top 10 is reached in 169

How accurate is the inLinks Market Trends Data?

An exploration of how accurately the data from inLinks’ market trends tool compares to real consumer behaviour. The Market Trends Tool The InLinks’ Market Trends Tool categorises and tracks consumer interest on topics. It can provide a daily, weekly and monthly oversight into how concepts and words are being interacted with online to surface what topics might be ripe for content writers and publicity seekers to write about. But how accurate really is the data?

The InLinks Workflow and USP

What makes a strong Digital Marketing Platform? A strong Digital Marketing Platform is is about momentum over measurement. The InLinks workflow discovers the best topic for you to work on next to catch the zeitgeist in your market sector. Then it helps you create content that appeals to humans and machines alike. It creates a scalable workflow and finally optimizes the content on your website by automating schema injection and internal links. We work with

The University of Google: Exploring the impact of Google’s successful machine learning in the Education Sector.

An insight into how effective methods of search engine optimization has the potential to widen participation to higher education. In this post I will outline the evidence surrounding the relative success of entity identification within the education sector and will delve deeper into what this means for higher education on the whole. Why is Google’s machine learning on ‘University Courses’ (InLinks, 2020) so relatively successful when it comes to the Education Sector? Is this something

Automate FAQ Schema

Today we have an exciting new development. InLinks is now able to scan your content looking for questions in your text that you answer succinctly and will then automate the creation of FAQ Schema and show an “accepted answer” using JSON-LD automatically. This means that FAQ schema can appear anywhere on your site, not simply on a dedicated support page. What does adding FAQ Schema do? By adding FAQ Schema to your content, you tell

New way to measure how Google understands content in a verticle

Inlinks has today started a series of ongoing reports for the Online Marketing Industry. Each report selects an industry sector with a keyword triggered market focus. The reports then compare the entities identified on the most relevant content for that market with the entities detected using Google’s Natural Language Processing API. The results show at this stage that Google can still only positively identify (on average) less than 20% of all entities or topics discussed,