I don't know why but I'm in a forum mood today.
So I thought I'd throw out something new I've found out that may or may not help you if you have your own website.
Most people make backlinks to their websites pointing to their homepage and using a general anchor key word that sums up what their site is about.
But I've found a way to help your site and your articles even more. Instead of linking to your home page, make links right to individual blog post or articles.
Use anchor text that is what that one article is about. This way it boost that one article high for that particular key word, driving that article to the front of the SE's.
Having all these links going to different articles within your site will then also boost your whole site in the SE ranks.
SO you get more articles ranking high as well as your overall home page. I think Google likes that better than all links going to the home page.
Just my tip of the day, take what you want from it.
nice tip, and I like it. it makes sense. I think it's the weather... I've been on and off this forum today.
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