How do I write a good descriptive link, without ranking the linking page for the same keywords of the same article?

  • So basically you want to create multiple links pointing to a same page? – Raul Reyes Aug 8 '18 at 22:46
  • Depends. I have an article, it is related to another article. I want to create a link like :"look also". Basically the A link to B. The link to B should not contain keywords for which B ranks for. (If that makes sense at all' of course). But "look also" is a boring sentence. – CoffeDeveloper Aug 10 '18 at 16:23

Let me try and understand your issue.

You have a page, lets call A: www.example.com/blue-widgets/ and you have another page, lets call it B: www.example.com/red-widgets/

You want to link from A to B using anchor text which is relevent to B, but you are afraid if you use words that are relevant to page B, page A will start to rank for them.

You don't need to worry about this, simply using a few words won't change what the page is relevant for (unless there is no other content on the page?), and just adding a few words wont make it rank for those words.

So you can safely link from www.example.com/blue-widgets/ to www.example.com/red-widgets/ using an anchor such as Check out our red widgets page

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