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The real question is, what anchor text are you using? If you are using branded phrases and their variations as anchor text, you are safe. If you're using money keywords, then be cautious as there have been thousands of websites penalized under the wrath of Google'e Penguin update, most of them because of "anchor text over-optimization", using same anchor ...


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Links need to look natural and using the same anchor text, over and over again, will be treated as over-optimization. Look back on any organic backlinks that you've attained in the past and you'll see the following: Anchor text contains your website name / brand name. For example: Something something something, as explained on <a ...


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Oh absolutely not! Creating web 2.0 links are limited in value these days with the preference being squarely in the corner of organic links. If you are making web 2.0 links, then they should be more organic in appearance. Link tactics these days revolve around conversational links within content if possible. It is okay to create a "by line" link and any ...



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