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anchor text question related to longtrail/phrase keyword

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by otaku3230, May 18, 2011.

  1. otaku3230

    otaku3230 Registered Member

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    Suppose if you anchor text with one keyword (ex: God) and some one searches for longtrail/phrase keywords that include the single word "god" (example: "who is god"). Then can the search results show your website for "who is god" in page one if your competitors have less backlinks, less SEO, missing keyword in some parts of the page (description, tittle, header, article ) but you do have it on all places. Meaning, in order to rank a longtrail keyword or phrase does the anchor text have to be the exact longtrail keyword or phrase?

    And how do I find out if this is true or not?
     
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    acotut Elite Member

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    Yes,make the anchor text exactly as the keyword/keyword phrase you want to rank for.
     
  3. otaku3230

    otaku3230 Registered Member

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    However, which is best to get ALSO phrase/longtrail keywords traffic even if you did not anchor text all kinds of different phrases and longtrail keywords that includes the word "god" in them? Is it just the word "god" or some phrase with the word god in it?
     
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    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    The answer won't be the same for every niche and every keyword. I've seen long tail pages rank without any links, only on-page keywords.