C: I visit lots of blogs, not only during the A to Z Challenge, but nearly every day of the year. I even visited some on Christmas Day last year. And by visiting my friends, I often am led off on a tangent by some link they've included in their blog topic for the day. Some of those links are explained and the link in made by clicking at the word, here. As in, click here. Go here.
I'm not an expert on how search engines work but one thing I've learned from somewhere or from someone, is that you should name your links and not write, click here.
For instance, my romance publisher, New Concepts Publishing, has my most recent fantasy romance on special. A Tiger's Courage is now available in print as well as ebook. You can find it at any ebook retailer like Amazon and Fictionwise.
Notice how the links to my book and my publisher are the links. I don't say 'click here' to buy the book. If I get the idea of it, it helps my numbers and rankings with search engines. I don't have to understand it to do it the best way.
So no more 'click here' or 'go here.' Are you thoughtful of what words you use in your links? Do you google yourself to see if you have all the top spots in a search of your name or your book?