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How to use a sub domain as an anchor text?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Desert90, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. Desert90

    Desert90 Senior Member

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    I wanted to use a sub domain as an anchor text.
    but at the comment i dont get a hyperlink, i just got the keyword but it sees like a hyperlink
    if i click on it nothing happens, no link to the site. does it not work ?

    for example i use <a href="http://site/subdomain">keyword</a>
    is something wrong with that?
     
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    jascoken Senior Member

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    A true Subdomain is shown before the main domain with a '.' Spacer, so...

    Subdomain.maindomain.tld

    E.g.

    Http://blog.example.com

    would be a 'blog' Subdomain http address, although the Subdomain can often be accessed by its storage subdirectory which is usually maindomain.tld/Subdomain. But the whole point of the Subdomain is to use the Subdomain address; otherwise you may as well just leave it as the subdirectory URL structure.
     
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  3. Desert90

    Desert90 Senior Member

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    It works !! Thank you :)