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Do we need to use anchor text?

 
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Bhavesh
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on 11/08/2011

Hi,

I am wondering if it's a good idea to create an anchor text for the keyword of the article on Wizzley or is it somehow taken care of by Wizzley?

I did an "Intitle:" "Inanchor:" search for my keyword and my wizzley page shows at number 4 out of 6690 results.(Side question: Does 4/6690 mean anything; a cause for celebration, may be?)

So I am assuming my question is already answered but I wanted to verify.

Thanks!


wrylilt
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on 11/09/2011

Bit confused. Are you referring to creating anchor text for a keyword in your actual wizzley article - or an external backlink with the keywords OF your wizz?

If you're making external backlinks, the more you  have the better (as long as you choose good keywords.)

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Bhavesh
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on 11/12/2011

"Bit confused. Are you referring to creating anchor text for a keyword in your actual wizzley article - or an external backlink with the keywords OF your wizz?"


I am referring to creating anchor text for a keyword inside the wizzley article.


chefkeem
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on 11/12/2011

Wizzley does not automatically create anything in your text. You may design your outbound links as you wish.

If you want to link to another site/page of yours, determine the primary keyword of that landing page and use it as link text (anchor text) in your Wizzley article.

So, if you link out to your article about "Management FUBARs", create a sentence in your Wizzley article that goes like this:

Find out more about Management FUBARs on my website.

Then you highlight your key phrase, click on the link tool in the editor tool bar and enter your other site's URL in the box. Click INSERT, then SAVE your editor window.

Whether or not your search results are a reason for celebration depends on the competition.


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
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