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Question about Anchor Text

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by silvertroll, Apr 17, 2010.

  1. silvertroll

    silvertroll Registered Member

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    Was just wondering how much weight is there to an anchor text of dogtraining compared to dog training? I mean the search engines can seperate the words in the domain, so can they do it in an article or a body text as well?


    Btw just noticed this cool avatar so I'll put it here for no reason
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  2. silvertroll

    silvertroll Registered Member

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    I guess that putting this avatar was a mistake :(
    or maybe nobody knows the answer?
     
  3. vette09

    vette09 Junior Member

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    you want your anchor text to be the phrase you want people to find your site for when they search. if you think enough people are searching the misspelled dogtraining then target that. However, dog training is probably more popular and would be a better target.
     
  4. clocker

    clocker Registered Member

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    I use the linked page's title as the anchor text.
    But vette09 has valid point :)