a link that sends traffic to an internal web page with more relevant or specific content, rather than to the website's homepage, such as to attract and retain site visitors or to increase user engagement.
to create a link to (an internal web page or its content), rather than linking to the website's homepage.
- deep link·ing, noun
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How to use deep link in a sentence
Implementing deep links typically means getting developer support, which may be a limited resource in your organization.Interpretation of complex and foreign topics; Wednesday’s daily brief | Barry Schwartz | October 27, 2021 | Search Engine Land
The post App advertisers can now use App campaigns for engagement without implementing deep links appeared first on Search Engine Land.App advertisers can now use App campaigns for engagement without implementing deep links | George Nguyen | October 25, 2021 | Search Engine Land
Sadly, this is not a feature and AMP will still be the default URL for mobile searches, over the site’s main URL or app deep link URL.Something is off with this morning’s newsletter; Friday’s daily brief | Barry Schwartz | October 8, 2021 | Search Engine Land
Marketers can use these tools in Google Ads to see which types of deep links they have, how to fix ones that aren’t working and estimate the ROI opportunity of implementing deep links.Google expands ways to reach new and returning app users and update in-app event tracking | Carolyn Lyden | May 20, 2021 | Search Engine Land
Elrich, who has long had deep links to the activist community in Montgomery, said his efforts on climate have been bound by “things beyond my control,” from state and federal regulations to disagreements with the council.After setting ambitious climate goals, a liberal Md. suburb struggles to take action | Rebecca Tan | April 12, 2021 | Washington Post