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Using "Jump to" Links to Feed The Panda

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by daveguy, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. daveguy

    daveguy Power Member

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    So, I was thinking that "jump to" links like this http://pawleysislandhammocks.com/care.php are going to be what google wants now. Since we now need longer articles wouldn't it make sense to organize them better too. I noticed Pawleysislandhammocks because they had a sitelink in their meta description. I'd never seen a sitelink in the meta description before.

    P.S. A sitelink is a link that Google displays automatically in the SERPs when it feels you are worthy.

    Anyone done any testing with this?
     
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  2. PhillyLuke

    PhillyLuke Junior Member

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    I would doubt that anchor links like that would carry any weight in google..

    First they are usually reserved for internal linking, and usually are found linking to text within the same page (no flow of link juice between there).

    I usually avoid them on sites I code as I find them a little "corny" but they are pretty much going to hold as much weight as a nav bar or something similar.