Hi again @sven
I have another suggestion, not sure if it would be viable, but could potentially help many users. There are some links I use for Tier 1 in SER. Also, I use SER for distributing posts to my network.
The anchors for these links are often specific per domain, as different domains have different metrics and warrant different types of specific anchor texts.
As it stands now, I have to put 1 anchor in, then import 1 URL to post, then switch anchor, and so on. Note, I use the project URL section for both URL and anchor, not the anchor section itself. (as in url#anchor at the top)
I'm wondering if you've considered a footprint like this (using a Wordpress post as an example):
The second "#" could be changed to any viable footprint that would work. I only used "#" as an example.
What this would allow is for us to "pair" anchors and target URLs together, to avoid having to re-open projects and manually switch URLs.
You could insert many URLs like:
Or using spintax:
And so on. Unchecking the "random URL" box accomplishes this to some extent, but, if a target URL fails, for example, I'm pretty sure it uses the anchor/URL that should've been on that target on the next target.
The method I've described above would be "locked" to specific domains, meaning that if the URL fails to post, that anchor simply does not get posted at all, and SER moves on to the next URL/target combination.
SER would have to "understand" that using the "second footprint" indicates that a target has been specified... so not sure if that would even be possible.
Thanks for reading, let me know what you think!