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Does the diversity of the location of the back link on each website matter?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mqs1000, Jul 30, 2015.

  1. mqs1000

    mqs1000 Power Member

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    I am a Wordpress web designer so I always put a back link to my website in the footer (bottom right or bottom left) of the websites I build. This makes the back link appear on every page and post that the website contains since it is always automatically in the footer. I have a feeling this is not good and a back link profile should be a mix of links in different locations such as the middle of a paragraph (before and after words), in the navigation at the top, and more. Am I right?

    2nd question - I thought of an idea to program my back links so that each time the page is loaded a different anchor tag shows up. Another words I can write a quick script in which I can put in 10 different possibilities of anchor tags and every time the page is loaded it randomly shows one from the list. Is that a good idea in terms of anchor diversity? Or will it mess things up with Google since each time Google crawls the page it will see a different anchor tag and maybe think it's spammy