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    Cross linking refers to the process of linking between two sites. Whether or not they are owned by the same person, cross linking is the process on which the internet is built. It allows users to reference sites with content similar to that which they are already viewing, and may be of further interest to them.

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    Cross linking is just like Internal linkings where website owners link their one product pages to other product pages.

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    Cross Linking is the art of creating links within a website. In a very traditional layout you might have a home page and then to other pages (page A and page B). The home page would contain links to both.

    Cross Linking would then be where you create links from, for example:
    Page A to Page B
    Page B to Page A
    Page A to the home page
    Page B to the home page

    Note you should only create such links if they are relevant and useful as to do so for the sake of it can lead to penalties from search engines because they think you are scamming.

    So in an ideal situation you might want to achieve the following for maximum effect, where page A is about "Keyword X":
    On the home page the link to Page A should contain the text "Keyword X".
    on Page B there is a paragraph about Keyword X with a link to Page A that contains the text "Keyword X"
    Page A has the URL keywordx.html
    Page A is optimised for "Keyword X"

    This is a good set of indicators to search engines that Page A is indeed about "Keyword X" and might be worth ranking in the search results when a person searches "Keyword X".

    Note the use of the words "might be worth ranking". There are many other factors the search engines take into account.

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    Cross linking is used to refer the process of linking one site to another site and provide a way to allow the accessing to it.
    It doesn’t need to be owned by the same person as it provides the methods that have been be built on the Internet.
    It provides the users with reference sites that consist of the contents similar to the viewing of the site of the document with certain defaults.

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    Cross Linking between Two or Multiple Sites. Cross Linking- a strategy that can come in handy to get high search engine rankings, by leveraging multiple domains owned by you. Search engines value these links, as they are from relevant sites, with related content- and you stand a chance of getting a better rank.


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    Cross linking refers to the process of linking between two sites. Whether or not they are owned by the same person, cross linking is the process on which the internet is built.

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    The process of linking two websites or you can say it a exchanging of backlinks.

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    Cross Linking between two or multiple sites. Whether or not they are owned by the same person, cross linking is the process on which the internet is built. It allows users to reference sites with content similar to that which they are already viewing, and may be of further interest to them.

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    Hi.....!
    A small region in a macromolecule from which at least four chains emanate, and formed by reactions involving sites or groups on existing macromolecules or by interactions between existing macromolecules. Notes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumit_Kumar View Post
    The process of linking two websites or you can say it a exchanging of backlinks.
    nicely explain.

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    Cross linking refers to the process of linking between two sites. Whether or not they are owned by the same person, cross linking is the process on which the internet is built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorneliaAlan View Post
    Hello Everyone, Can anyone tell me what is cross-linking in SEO and its uses?
    It is a process of linking between two sites. Whether or not they are owned by the same person, cross-linking is the process on which the internet is built. It allows users to reference sites with content similar to that which they are already viewing and may be of further interest to them.

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    IUPAC definition A small region in a macromolecule from which at least four chains emanate, and formed by reactions involving sites or groups on existing macromolecules or by interactions between existing macromolecules

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    Cross linking refers to the process of linking between two sites. Regardless of whether the same person belongs to them, cross-referencing is the process by which the Internet is built.

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    Cross linking refers to the process of linking between two sites. Whether or not they are owned by the same person, cross linking is the process on which the internet is built.

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    Cross Linking Between Two or Multiple sites. Cross linking also serves an interesting purpose in terms of search engine optimization. Link popularity is one of the main factors involved in how search engines determine the value, importance and relevance of sites on a given topic. This calculation is then reflected in the site's search ranking.

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    Thanks for sharing us.

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    In chemistry and biology a cross-link is a bond that links one polymer chain to another. These links may take the form of covalent bonds or ionic bonds and the polymers can be either synthetic polymers or natural polymers.

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