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What is a Deep Link? [Video FAQ Series]

Dec 14, 2011 / by Travis Brown

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A deep link is when you link to a page on the site other than the site's home page. For example, Google.com is the homepage of Google. Linking to Google.com/trends would be a deep link. If you see text after a / on a website, like in the case of Google.com/trends, you are looking at a deep link. For more SEO tips, check out SEO.com's YouTube channel.

Topics: search faq SEO Link Building Blog SEO Tips

Travis Brown

Written by Travis Brown

Travis is a marketing professional with experience in SEO, SEM, content, social media, conversion rate optimization, retargeting, and analytics. My passions include client retention, optimizing code for search, improving analytics data integrity, well-executed content marketing campaigns, analyzing large datasets, and promoting awesome products/services.

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