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Allinanchor anomaly

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by bluewater, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. bluewater

    bluewater Newbie

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    Hopefully someone will know the answer. I am presently doing oursourced SEO work for a US based company and have been using allinanchor to determine competition for keywords. However, I sometimes got very disparate results while using the command on the same keyword.

    I realized that this is due to Google adjusting to your country settings. If you use the allinanchor command for the same keyword more than once, chances are, you will get lower results because it has already adapted to your local settings. Is there any way around this? I already tried using proxy servers, rebooting or even removing browser information but it seems google remembers you still.
     
  2. webcatpl

    webcatpl Junior Member

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    Google sometimes returns random, semi-random results. This can be similar to scraping SERPs - if you scrape too fast they show you random results (without your site ;-)
     
  3. bluewater

    bluewater Newbie

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    Thanks for the response. However the results seem consistent. Initially for GOOGLE US results, then when i consistently allinanchor the same keyword, GOOGLE detects my country of origin and only gives backlinks information relative to my country domain. Is there anyway way to prevent google from shifting to your country domain? I think this is highly relevant for outsourced SEO like me.