Disclaimer: I am not an expert, this is more like a note to self kind of thing. I am merely learning in public
When you make a website with different links, here is how your html file might look like:
<p>If you want an html tutorial, click <a href=tutorial.link>here</a></p> <p>if you want an example html, click <a href=example.com>here</a></p>
If the user is accessing your website visually, they are not going to have a problem when visiting your website. However, if someone is accessing your website using a voice reader and they want to navigate all the links on your website, all they are going to here is a bunch of 'here's because that is the name embedded in your link tags.
One simple fix is to restructure your sentence so that the text within the a tag tells the person what it is:
<p>Here are <a href=tutorial.link>my html tutorials</a></p> <p>Here are <a href=example.com>a list of example html scripts</a></p>
For someone who visually visits your website they are not going to see much difference. However, this way of writing your html dramatically improves the user experience for someone using a voice reader. So bare this in mind when you are cleaning up/making your website :)