One of the most under-used yet powerful changes you can make, Internal Links can help shape your site, tell Google which are your most important pages and allow you to have more control over the sitelinks that appear in the SERPs. By creating a strong Internal Link structure you are creating a series of hub pages that you can mold to best fit your business needs.
Wondering how to maximize your internal link power? Curious about the role internal links play in a better user experience, more traffic, and better rankings? Tune in to hear from Andy Drinkwater, David Cohen, and Moosa Hemani.
How important are internal links?
How to maximize your internal link power?
Live questions, Live straight answers from the panel
Who should attend?
Link Builders, SEO, Marketologists, Business Owners
Julie Joyce, Director Of Operations at Link Fish Media
Julie began working in search marketing in 2002 and soon became Head of Search for a small IT firm. Eventually, she started Link Fish Media, where she now serves as Director Of Operations, focusing on working with international clients in ultra-competitive niches. Her mood depends upon the humidity and she enjoys cannibal movies and Swedish crime novels.
Andy Drinkwater, Founder at iQ SEO
Andy got his first taste of SEO back in 1999 where he was employed by a new UK startup, but UX and usability started even earlier than this in 1997 when he was contracting with a bank. Now he specializes in a number of SEO related fields and is always around to chat on Twitter. He is also a top-10 contributor to the MOZ Q&A where he likes to help others who might be struggling with SEO issues.
Moosa Hemani, SEO Specialist at Thrive Internet Marketing
Moosa Hemani. An SEO enthusiast at heart, Moosa is currently working for Thrive Internet Marketing as an SEO Specialist. With several articles published in blogs like Moz, SEJ, SEMRush and more, Moosa's expertise lies in white hat link building ideas and how to get the maximum out of links.
An SEO superhero by day, Moosa is a plain old dad for his adorable 4-year old daughter by night.
David Cohen, Digital Marketing Director at Digitability
David is currently the Digital Marketing Director (focused on demand generation) and co-owner of Digitability, a Philly EdTech software company for people with cognitive disabilities. Prior, David held a Digital Marketing Director position at an IT software company and at Seer Interactive as a Global Relationship Manager for a Fortune 25 and an SEO Team Lead. Outside of work, family, friends, world travel, geopolitics, music, vodka, hockey (#GoHabsGo), and the beach are his loves.