Hi guys, I have a few local lead gen. websites set up and running. I noticed one of my sites just dropped around 3-5 spots on various keywords on Google. The site is new (around a month) so it could just be Google mucking around (I need to get the site back up where it was) - the site will probably go back up in a couple of days to #1 where it was (low comp. local KW's). I do have a question though, for those who have specifically tried it / are experienced with the scenario. Currently I've been building links strictly to the home page. The content on the site is completely static, other than the blog posts I make, which all usually contain one or two anchors pointing back to my money site. I never build links to any other page, other than home. I realize it is silly, but it has worked well for me across other sites in local communities without a problem. I would like to change that, though. If I make a blog post with anchor "dentist town" pointing back to my home page - can I then build links to said blog post using anchor "dentist town" and have it flow on and promote the home page, and not the blog post? My home page is already ranking for "dentist town" and I wouldn't want to confuse Google about which page to rank. The sites are WordPress, and I have heard about this canonical tags feature? - but I don't know how to make it work globally across the whole website to ensure that the home page is always the one that ranks. What are your thoughts? EDIT: Seems canonical is for dupe content, and not telling Google which page should be the dominant one for said KW.