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Question on internal context Links

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by chockomonkey, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. chockomonkey

    chockomonkey Regular Member

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    I'm trying to figure out if there is a benefit one way or the other.

    (the links are underlined)

    Here is a link from the h3 tag with the keyword. The keyword in the content is not a link.
    Code:
    <h3>[U]iPad covers[/U]</h3> 
    
    iPad covers protect your iPad and are awesome. We have lots.
    Here is the keyword in the h3 tag, but not a link, with the keyword also appearing in the context as a link.
    Code:
    <h3>iPad Covers</h3>
    
    Are you interested in protecting your recent iPad investment? Check out our [U]iPad Cover[/U] selection!
    Finally some sites take it to the next level and do both!
    Code:
    <h3>[U]iPad Covers[/U]</h3>
    Scratching that new iPad would suck. Buy one of our [U]iPad Covers[/U] today!
    Which way is best or does it matter anymore??

    Thanks!
     
  2. Drink More Tea

    Drink More Tea Regular Member

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    I'd go for both, as it would indicate to me that the site is indeed very concerned with the subject of ipad covers.

    If forced to pick between them, I'd take the heading tag every time.
     
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  3. ahiddenman

    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    To check what people are using just enter:

    <h3>yourkeyword</h3> into google and check that way as sometimes it can differ.
     
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