Want To Rank #1 On Google!
The big question that every business owner asks is how to get ranked number 1 in Google for their keywords. Everyone is looking for an answer to that question in a simple manner, but it is not a maggie (2 Minute Noodles) So, Anchor text is a great part of good SEO and Anchor Text Categories will help you to be rank on google.
Are You A Beginner? – First, You Need To Understand – what is Anchor Text?
Anchor Text is the clickable text in a hyperlink. SEO best practices dictate that anchor text is relevant to the page you’re linking to, rather than generic text. The blue, underlined anchor text is the most common as it is the web standard, although it is possible to change the color and underlining through HTML code.
Following are the categories with a short description of each:
1-Keywords: You already know this one. It’s the phrase you are trying to rank for on any given page.
2-Keywords plus: This anchor text contains one of your keywords but also some other text with it (i.e. “try this SEO software”).
3-Brand: The anchor text is just your brand name (i.e. Coca Cola).
4-Brand plus keyword: The anchor text is your brand name with a keyword (i.e. “used cars from Autotrader”).
5-Partial keyword: The anchor text contains a part of your full key phrase you’re trying to rank for (i.e. “try this software”).
6-Full URL: The anchor text is literally the URL the link is pointing to.
7-WebsiteName.com: The anchor text is the URL written as “YourWebsite.com.”
8-Home URL: The anchor text is the home page URL even if the link is pointing to a subpage.
9-URL with www’s: The anchor text is the full URL without HTTP:// (i.e. www.searchenginejournal.com/subpage).
10-No text: This is an image link with no alt text.
11-Page Title/Blog Post Title: The anchor text is the meta title of a page or blog post.
12-Natural: This anchor text has no reference to any key phrases (i.e. “this website” or “here”).
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