Recently I got my hands on an software called Rank Checker from www.link-assistant.com. As the name of the software suggests, I intended to use it to monitor SERP positions of my sites, but I discovered that the software has a fantastic keyword suggestion tool that has unearthed me over 400 longtail keywords I had not researched before. Having previously stuck with Google keyword tool, Market Samurai and Wordtracker for my keyword research, I'm pretty excited about the earning potential of the additional longtail searches which I am planning on ranking for. However, I am unsure of the best way to harness these extra keywords for my main site. I see two options: 1) Create 400 additional pages, each optimised for a different keyword with a call to action button linking to the homepage (money page optimised for conversions). The problem with this method is that creating and posting 400 articles will be time consuming and expensive, and more importantly, visitors coming to the page will need to be influenced to click to my homepage. Frankly I'd rather that they land straight on the moneypage to reduce any leakage. 2) Create additional anchor texts to my homepage and hope the page rank authority will soak up more of these longtail keywords. The problem I anticipate with this, is that creating too many additional anchor texts will affect the existing SERPS of the main keywords I am currently ranking for. Currently the homepage of my site is ranked position 1 for roughly 20 of the highest searched keywords of this niche with a total of 16 anchor text variations of the main target keyword. How many anchor texts variation should point to my homepage before dilution of the current keywords occurs? I know there is no black and white answer to this question, but if anyone can offer any input I would be grateful to hear.