Scrapebox - How Often Do You Use Anchor Text?

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Do you always use it? Just in word press? Just in blog engine?

I have been posting just basic comments with putting my website url in the textbox that says website. I do not mention my website in the comment.

So just wondering if I should use anchor text.

Thanks:D
 
See if the other commenters comments uses keyword as their anchor text.If theey uses them in a blog i would also comment using my keyword.

I rarely uses my keyword for WP comments as they have a higher chance of getting approve.
 
It's rare that I use my anchor text for wp comments as well. I just spam blast with fake names and my urls. Like goredbull said, it's a higher chance of approval. I save my anchors for web 2.0, articles, and profile links.
 
See if the other commenters comments uses keyword as their anchor text.If theey uses them in a blog i would also comment using my keyword.

I rarely uses my keyword for WP comments as they have a higher chance of getting approve.

You mean a lower chance?
 
I do not mention my website in the comment.

You dont have to mention your keyword in your comment but you should/could replace your name with the keyword.

If you have 20k backlinks with no anchor text and i have 1k with anchor text i might outrank you since i am "connected" to this keyword more times than you. It is not the rule of course and on Page Seo plays a role in this too but anchor text in every link is quite significant.

When i started building links i used anchor about 30-50% of the times. Now when i blast, i blast with anchor and when i post manually in high pr moderated blogs with no spam, i use nicknames.

To be honest, i would not mind if someone had posted a nice comment with his anchor text in my blog. I would not approve it if it was about viagra or any other pills whatsoever:p

My intuition says that if the moderator does not want to approve your comment, he wont regardless of anchor text. If he wants he can simply replace the anchor text with "mike","ross" etc. Its all about the comment itself providing that the anchor you use is not "come on baby " and you want to get approved in a edu blog with 3 comments.

All of the above, are the way i see it and the way i see it "what would work most of the times for my own benefit"..
 
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You dont have to mention your keyword in your comment but you should/could replace your name with the keyword.

If you have 20k backlinks with no anchor text and i have 1k with anchor text i might outrank you since i am "connected" to this keyword more times than you. It is not the rule of course and on Page Seo plays a role in this too but anchor text in every link is quite significant.

When i started building links i used anchor about 30-50% of the times. Now when i blast, i blast with anchor and when i post manually in high pr moderated blogs with no spam, i use nicknames.

To be honest, i would not mind if someone had posted a nice comment with his anchor text in my blog. I would not approve it if it was about viagra or any other pills whatsoever:p

My intuition says that if the moderator does not want to approve your comment, he wont regardless of anchor text. If he wants he can simply replace the anchor text with "mike","ross" etc. Its all about the comment itself providing that the anchor you use is not "come on baby " and you want to get approved in a edu blog with 3 comments.

All of the above, are the way i see it and the way i see it "what would work most of the times for my own benefit"..

Do you do the same for long tail anchors? If you had a keyword like "best dog training in new york city", would you still put that in the name field?
 
Its not an easy keyword to be approved by a moderator. But if you want to rank for it, they yes you should. Consider doing this :

-Find spammed sites and take the outbound links
-Grab the backlinks of these outbound links
-Use your anchor text in these kind of spammed blogs.

There is very nice thread in this forum regarding this methodology for scrapebox.

In general though, you have to consider how adult websites rank..They simply blast with their anchor text and something should stick. Quantity> Quality for this case.

I dont think that you could find a competitive website for such long tail keywords that :

1.Use anchor text And
2.Have links from high authority,moderated,quality sites with very low outbound links!!
 
I anchor 100%. In my opinion the decreased approval rate is worth pushing my keyword love.
 
I use names only in high pr heavily moderated blogs where i comment manually
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Do most WordPress blogs allow anchor text? What about Blog Engine?
 
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