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Old 01-17-2007, 10:12 PM
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Anchor Text value in no multiple pages

Okay I don't know if any one could answer this question or not, but say I submit 50 different articles to 1 site, with different keyword in every single anchor text would all them keywords get counted the same?

or would that value go down a little bit on each link?

also say I submitted 50 articles to the same site with the same keyword in the anchor text, would I be getting credit more for every link on seperate pages?

I think I got an idea, I'm going to study the pr algos a lot harder tonight

john maybe you can answer this question, or would it be at trade secret lol if it was true.
 
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Old 01-20-2007, 08:48 AM
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It's a good question.

I wish I had as good an answer.

A lot of SEO's would say that you would get most leverage out of MSN for this type of strategy, followed by Yahoo and Google.

On the basis of (the little) I know about Google I'd say:
  • If the other site is an authority site, and
  • If the other site has significantly more than 50 pages, and
  • If the other site links out naturally to a large number of other sites (not low quality sites), and
  • If your link appears in an "editorial position" as opposed to a sidebar or footer position, and
  • If your site has very much more than 50 pages, and
  • If each of the links on the other site leads to a separate page on your site,
then each of your pages will benefit reasonably well from the separate links.

Your other suggestion of using the same anchor text on 50 pages on another site leading to a page on your site is more likely to be spotted as a "sitewide" or "paid for" link and devalued. From what I've seen, though, some sitewides still work well with Google.
 
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Old 01-21-2007, 08:29 PM
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also say I submitted 50 articles to the same site with the same keyword in the anchor text, would I be getting credit more for every link on seperate pages?
This seems more spammy than good seo techniques. I think it is best to vary anchor texts when linking to the same page, either on the same site or on different sites.

If you submit 50 articles to the same site with various keywords, you need to make sure these 50 articles are different enough. If they resemble each other, it could raise a red flag.
 
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