BACKLINK question

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  1. Sophie

    Sophie Elite Member Premium Member

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    Just curious to ask...
    If I were to leave 2 links on ONE PARTICULAR backlink site but with 2 different anchor names... would it still be "accepted"?

    For example... if I were to leave these 2 anchor names in A backlink site:
    <a href="www.example.com">example1</a>
    <a href="www.example.com">example</a>

    Would big G still consider both of them backlinks?
     
  2. lyechin2002

    lyechin2002 Newbie

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    If different keywords for same URL is ok.
     
  3. milian

    milian Power Member

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    I thought google only counts one link if its the exact same URL what ever anchor you use.

    am i wrong then?
     
  4. christoph

    christoph Newbie

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    Yes this would be accepted. In terms of anchor text. Aim to have your main set of words around 80% of the time and relevant variations around 20% of the time. If you had them always the same this would very un-natural. Google likes Natural keywords...

    So YES is the answer
     
  5. zj09ff

    zj09ff Newbie

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    If you do it like your OP, you'll have 2 backlinks. I'd see it this way:

    yourdomain.com - 2 backlinks
    yourdomain.com - 1 x example1[anchortext]
    1 x example[anchortext]

    The authority of the domain will increase with number of backlinks and associated with the anchor texts used, you can have multiple links from a single domain to another domain, but usually site A would like to deeplinks of site B (if for example you design to use the deeplinks with long tail keywords rather than the main keyword your root domain is associated with).