A pingback is a link that allows you to notify another blogger that you have linked to a post or article on their blog or website. In some cases, pingbacks are also known as trackbacks.
If the other blogger has a pingback enabled website, then they can see a notification that you have linked to their article. They can then choose to allow your link to appear on their blog.
In turn, this may drive traffic to your blog when readers click on the pingback notification.
Today, I’m going to show you how to create a pingback on the Gutenberg editor. It’s an easy process and is very similar to creating a pingback on the Classic editor (with just a few small differences).
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In the screenshots below, I’m creating a pingback on my ‘About Hugh’ page to an interview I recently did for blogger and author Esther…
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