My article explains what this ratio really is, and mentions just a few of the places it shows up in art and architecture.
Of course I also publicized this article in "Science Articles for May 31".
Writing Tip: I wrote on this topic because it relates to my previous article about the Fibonacci Series. Naturally I cross-referenced from the new article back to the previous one.
And I sent a thank-you to my editor for going back to my previous article and forward-linking to my new one!
Every reader who follows internal links improves the article and site statistics. This includes the increasing the number of page views, increasing the total time on site, and decreasing the "bounce" rate. As well, search engines may find a site more credible if it has internal links: this means that topics are developed in greater depth rather than being one-page wonders.
TIP SUMMARY: If you write multiple articles or pages at one site, cross-reference them if: the site permits; the articles truly are related; it does not clutter an article with too many internal links.