anchor text is used when the word is given at one place(say at top) in the page and the description is available in the same page at different location (say at bottom), then word is given anchor text and the destination is given at description.
=Anchor text is the backlink ( containing the keyword) toward your page or site ,for example if your page about weight loss , so anchor text will be for example "best weight loss tips"
=To create anchor text:
1-when you comment on sites you will find 3 fields
a-name ( this will be your anchor text , choose your keyword )
b-url ( put in it the url of the page you want to promote)
3-email ( put your email)
The anchor text is the text that is underlined for a link. You could say "click here" or "read more", or use a keyword or phrase that describes the page you are linking to.
To link to a web page use the code in this example:
Your Anchor Text Here
You need to have the full URL wiht the "http://" part for this to work. The best way I have found is to copy and paste the web address from your web browser to avoid any mispellings. Some web servers are case sensitive as well.
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