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Another NooB scrapebox question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by uditbhansali, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. uditbhansali

    uditbhansali Regular Member

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    Do I have to put my keywords in the anchor text while posting or the anchor link is more than enough?

    If I just put normal comments then how will google recognize my site and how will my rank move up coz I haven't included any keywords in that..

    Thanx for your help
     
  2. shin610

    shin610 Regular Member

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    Name: keyword
    Website: yoursite url
    Comment: comment

    Then your comment will have a link <a href="yoursite url">keyword</a> pointing back to you.

    Put the keywords in the "names" section of the comment poster.
     
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  3. datkewlguy

    datkewlguy Newbie

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    thanks shin610.

    that's pretty clever
     
  4. eria86

    eria86 Newbie

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    When You drop links to Your site without any anchor just the http: //yoursite.tld You will not be ranked better for Your keywords.
    If the site You have placed Your link at has decent PR, the PR will be juiced to Your site even if it doesnt have the anchor.
    Link without an anchor also helps Google,Yahoo etc bots to crawl up Your site and index it.

    Remember that different blog platform handle link syntax in different ways, for example, in most cases You will not be able to drop an anchored link at Blog Engine platform except the one in the name field
     
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  5. xbox360gurl70s

    xbox360gurl70s Elite Member

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    You can use the %name% tag in the comment file, this I was told so your anchor if used as a name will also show in the comments :)