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Contextual Interlinking is good?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by acotut, Nov 4, 2011.

  1. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    Let me explain what I want to say.I want to build a verry optimized website for google,and of course the website is a micro-niche.I have around 7 keywords that I want to rank,so assuming I'll create a page for each of them,I was thinking at this.

    If I create an optimized article for the main keyword on the homepage,but in the same time optimized for all other 6 keywords,and each keyword from the article from the main page will be used as a link to it's page,with the same title.

    Hope you understand what i want to say :wt:

    How much you think google will appreciate this kind of concept?
     
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  2. Xyz01

    Xyz01 Regular Member Premium Member

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    Yes, contextual linking is very important for onsite SEO.

    For example, don't have your links as "click here", have them as "Blue Widgets" for the Blue Widgets page, as well as offsite linking.

    This allows Search Engines to understand that /blue-widgets.html is all about Blue Widgets rather than "click here". :)
     
  3. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    Thanks,mate :D
     
  4. SuperLinks

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    Yep -

    Try and use contextual links whenever possible in your content, as well as when you are working on getting backlinks.

    Google favors contextual links over blog rolls and randomly placed anchor text links.

    Don't over do it though, you don't need to place tons of links within your content either. Do whats best for the user, have the links "make sense".