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Tom Davies

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Feb 24, 2018
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When you create Web 2.0, do you add an anchor text with your KW that you're trying to rank for or do you send them directly to your website by saying "Click Here" or visit "www.ow9j.com"

Reason I'm asking is because I've heard that ranking for your exact KW via anchor text using Web 2.0 is not a good idea! Would love to hear how your thoughts! Thanks!
 
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ApparentHorizon

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Apr 1, 2016
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Not sure what you read, but the info in your post reads like it's from 2012.

Short answer though: the kw.

Take into consideration semantic search.

Look into moz. If you start from their 2014 blog posts, and read up until today, you'll get a decent understanding of SEO.
 

Tom Davies

New Contributor
Feb 24, 2018
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18
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United Kingdom
Not sure what you read, but the info in your post reads like it's from 2012.

Short answer though: the kw.

Take into consideration semantic search.

Look into moz. If you start from their 2014 blog posts, and read up until today, you'll get a decent understanding of SEO.
It's a YouTube video I watched which was created this year lol.. I'm looking into Semantic search and will take your advice about looking into Moz.. Thanks for your advice!
 

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