HOW CATEGORIES AND TAGS CAN CHANCE YOU AFFILIATE BUSINESS

In internet marketing making people to easily navigate through your site is a very big deal. As a person doing affiliate marketing making sure that your site is easily navigable is something to put in consideration. As people are on your site they need to easily be able to browse through your content, and more so when it all related. This enables us to attract your reader’s attention and they end up browsing more of the web pages and actually this is helpful for your SEO. By the way due to the relationship and trust build they may end being buyers. Having that said so how can one create the content relationship in his or her blog? Is it what what’s in your mind? Do you any think that this is only for the professionals and technical skilled personnel’s, I doubt your correctness, so whether you are you new to the these terms or some information, keep along as everything you need to know has been cover in very simple and under stable ways. Here they are. Categories and tags. Have you ever had of them, do you what they means, do you know how they work and why you need them. To make it snappy here is all you need to know about categories and tags and what they can do for your blog “monetizing and seo.”

What is categories and tags.
Categorizing in blogging and content marketing we mean grouping the related posts to make easy for the user to find. To make it more simpler categories can be compared to chapters in an book. What happens is that when you want to read the articles in a particular chapter that where you go that also what happens that when the reader clicks on a particular category then only posts in that category do show up thus letting the read get the information he really wants to get. A category is a little broader a very good example is say I have a blog about laptops; I can have a category of say handling methods. This means that for any post I write about handling methods I will always attach it to the handling methods category.

Tags. Almost the categories and tags do the same things only that for tags they are more specific. From the above example if you wrote a post about the best ways to keep your dell computer safe while in dusty places. Here the category is handling methods then you tag it to dell. You realize how specific a tag is, tags normally appear on top, side or the bottom of every post depending to the theme you are using. Having tags on your blog enables the redirects the user to the specific content that solves his problem. Since the reader is on the core content you as blogger you gain benefits like:
1. More time spent on your site.
2. Building trust and relationship because of the relevancy of the content.
3. More site uplinks and shares.
Due to the improved user experience from the categories and blogs the site benefits more traffic and sales.

Are categories and tags a must.
In word press in a must to have categories though tags are options. All posts are to the uncategorized category which is a default category for all posts in word press. You can always change and a sign the post to it relevant category. The taxonomies as word press call them are important to the extent that you must always consider them as you are doing you are writing your content.

Is there an optimum number of categories?
As we said creating categories and tags are is good blogging etiquette. Having a particular number of them is relevant in accordance to what you are blogging about. Big niches will require more categorizing than the small niches. It’s always advisable that when you are starting your blog you start with fewer ones and keep them with fresh content instead of many with only one or two posts attached to them which are not usually updated.

How to utilize the categories and tags.
The best ways to utilize the taxonomies is through internal linking. You remember the major aim of categories is to improve on the user experience while browsing through our web content. With internal linking it gaves the user to always link to the content of his choice. An example is you are browsing through a sports blog and you finding something like this. You can get more running training here. This will probably be taking you the training category.

 

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