idolw - 7:27 am on Apr 22, 2010 (gmt 0)
Wikipedia is a model site that's been using in-text links for ages to make it easy for users to navigate and for search engines to index.
Recently, I have been seeing sites doing internal in-content linking automatically. It seems they just assigned certain keywords to certain pages and everytime a word shows up in text, they make it a link automatically.
Would you PROs consider such tactic secure and worth giving a shot on a site with a couple thousands articles?
Will this have any visible SEO benefit these days?
Will this be secure to shot all internal links at once?