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German Knowledge Graph Launches

If you are a German SEO, please tell others in Germany about this! Today, InLinks is delighted to say that you can now create projects based on German content around a German Knowledge Graph. InLinks is an SEO tool built from the ground up around topics and entities instead of simple keywords. But some languages are harder than others for an NLP (Natural Language Processing) tool to break out into underlying entities. We had already

Account Cancellations

Account cancellations on Inlinks are carried out after we receive a request from a user via our chat, this is to avoid the loss of a project’s configuration without explicit consent. To cancel an account a user needs to delete a project and remove .js code from a website, otherwise we cannot honour cancellation requests. When your account is ready, use the chat or ask here. What happens when an Inlinks account in cancelled? All internal

Knowledge Panel Episode 20: How does User Experience impact SEO?

User experience is constantly talked about as a progressive part of an SEO strategy – but how exactly does user experience impact SEO? That’s the topic for episode 20 of the Knowledge Panel. Joining Dixon are Aiala Icaza González from Reflect Digital, Chris Green from Torque Partnership and Hellen Benavides from giffgaff. Sign up below to watch future episodes live… Email: Powered by GoSquared

Looking for Video Testimonials

If you’re an Inlinks customer and got some great SEO results using our tool, we’d be highly appreciative if you can send us a short video testimonial describing briefly how you used Inlinks and how it improved your SEO rankings. We’d be happy to write an extensive case study about your project and include a link back to your website 🙂 If you’re interested please get in touch with us via the blue chat icon

82% of Internal Linking Opportunities Missed – Case Study

Internal linking, defined as using a hyperlink from one web page to another within the same domain URL, is known to be one of the most underused SEO tactics. A vital SEO staple, Internal linking creates a great user experience and reinforces the topic authority associated with each page. It helps search engines such as Google with the comprehension of your web content, so why aren’t people using it? We know that good internal linking

What to do if we are Unable to Retrieve Content

If you add a new website and see this message, it generally means that you have a Firewall or CDN (Content Distribution Network) blocking bots. You will need to give our bot access to the site before we can index it for you. Here are a few common ways in which this happens, along with fixes. If you find a fix that is not mentioned, we would LOVE to hear this in the comments, so

InLinks Launches Polish Knowledge Graphs

If you are a Polish SEO, please tell others in Poland about this! You can now analyse and optimize content from a topic-based perspective in Polish using InLinks! For the first time, you can set up projects in Polish and create new content or audit existing content and the InLinks system will be able to understand the underlying concepts in both your content and that of your competitors trying to rank for the same keyword

InLinks Named Best AI-Driven SEO Tool of 2021

InLinks, a multi-award-winning entity-based SEO platform, has been awarded the Best AI-Driven SEO Tool of 2021 by Corporate Vision. This win recognizes the astounding success inLinks has had in helping web-content rank higher through intelligent machine understanding. Most importantly, it reaffirms its growing importance in the SEO industry. Read on to find out what InLinks can do for your website, and why so many people are talking about it! Tool Overview InLinks is a highly

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Knowledge Graphs: What Are They and How Do SEOs Use Them?

What is a Knowledge Graph? Simply put, a knowledge graph is a big mind map of connections. For example, if you start with a banana and brainstorm around it on a piece of paper, you may come up with a variety of concepts such as lunch, banana bread, trees, Fairtrade, yellow, slipping over, monkeys… the list is almost endless. If something as singular and simple as a banana has all these connections, just imagine how