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Does varying internal links anchor text leads to penalization?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by nikoman, Dec 11, 2010.

  1. nikoman

    nikoman Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I have this site where the navigation menu has an automated script that varies the anchor text from page to page. The anchor text is fixed for each page, but varies among pages.

    For example: Page A has a navigation menu where their links are:
    "Acne solution"
    "Acne causes"

    but Page B has navigation menu:
    "Solution for Acne"
    "What causes acne"

    Does this causes any penalization if caught by the SEs?

    Cheers.
     
  2. roberteb

    roberteb Regular Member

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    I don't know but why would you want to do it anyway? Does it help the visitor to the site or is it some crazy way to game Google? If it's the latter then I guess you have the answer.

    PR Shaping usualy requires a large site with 100's if nor 1000's of pages and requires good technical knowledge to implement.

    I prefer to focus ALL my internal link juice on my best keywords maybe 5-10 maximum.

    I'm curious as to why your doing this.
     
  3. carlito

    carlito BANNED BANNED

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    i think it is a good idea, varying anchor texts is alxays good
     
  4. nikoman

    nikoman Regular Member

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    It may help the visitor and it works greatly for SEO, specially for long tail keywords. This is a way of telling the SEs which keywords to rank for. Nevertheless, it looks unnatural.