Using the phrase “click here to visit” in linked text is a deadly sin for search engine optimization. When a search engine finds your page, it follows all links to your site and reads them to determine the context of your content. Using the phrase “click here” in a link removes half of the information that Google uses to determine context.
What you should do ?
A better way to phrase your link is to explain its purpose. Using the phrase “click here to visit” is not very descriptive and makes the user unclear about what they are clicking. Instead, include a brief description of the destination of the link and context of your website. This way, visitors won’t feel patronized.