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Exact Match Anchor (did i mess up?)

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by drewp123, Sep 18, 2016.

  1. drewp123

    drewp123 Junior Member

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    I purchased a PR release here and used the keywords I was targeting.

    Now, the PR links are a bulk of my links and of course my exact match is sky high. I know exact match should be low ~5%...

    All the links are obviously from duplicate content (since its a PR) so will this count against me as it normally should or do I have some leeway?

    Thanks!
     
  2. ychris

    ychris Regular Member

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    Not necessarily cause you a problem.
     
  3. ricardocapri

    ricardocapri Newbie

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    Build other links with bare url and diverse anchors to dilute the exact match.
     
  4. Nut-Nights

    Nut-Nights Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Relax OP you are fine as most of the PR links are no follow and doesn't have any bad impact. Start creating other link.
     
  5. drewp123

    drewp123 Junior Member

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    Ok. Thanks for the advice.

    I don't want to use branded or barelink anchors from my PBN (so that a google search doesn't turn it up for my competitors). I will just throw in some blog comments and article directories (small amounts) to even it out and then use my PBN for LSI terms.

    Sound like a good strategy?
     
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    Web20Ranker Registered Member

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    I use branded anchors and naked URLs for PRs
     
  7. drewp123

    drewp123 Junior Member

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    And so too shall I in the future! Thanks for the help everyone :)
     
  8. Francisco Anes

    Francisco Anes Newbie

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    You shouldn't worry. This is happening more often that what you think.

    If you want to be on the safe side, build some natural links to dilute the "exact match anchor".

    Try to make the new links along a period of time, however, I'm sure that you already knew that.