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Wouldnt it make sense to only use a human name as anchor text when blog commenting?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bennyboyccl, May 18, 2012.

  1. bennyboyccl

    bennyboyccl Junior Member

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    When you write a comment you put your anchor text in the "name" field. Wouldnt it make sense to use only a human name from now on as that is what an actual person would be doing? Then leave your anchor text keywords for other types of backlinking methods...
     
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    jayjaymoney Junior Member

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    Yes, that makes sense. But I almost always try to add my keyword with some modifiers. For example, if my keyword is dogtraining, I would make my name MrDogTraining or MsDogTraining. These usually gets approved by moderators when I comment manually.
     
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    codo3500 Regular Member

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    It definitely makes sense to, and will help with diversity obviously, but most webmasters realise that people want to use their Site-name as their name on the internet, and will approve comments as such. Because this has been regular practice for so long, Google realises that many users will use the name of their site instead of their human name when commenting a blog, and don't devalue due to this - they instead take into its account its relevancy.