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How to use anchor text and random words

londonseolondonseo London, UK
edited August 2021 in Need Help
Hi @sven - how do I use 7% anchor text and then 93% random words/phrases? Is this possible?


  • SvenSven
    you can try using the different anchor types in project options.
    simply use generic anchors with 93%
  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    The generic anchors do not use random words/phrases inside the article
  • SvenSven
    no not there, sorry
    you might have to do this in two different projects then

  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    @sven - can you add an option to use random words at the same time as anchors?
  • SvenSven
    I don't see how this would make sense in terms of SEO.
  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    The problem is that SER still uses the anchor text even when the anchor text does not exist in the article.

    I have asked for this to be fixed at least two times in the past.

    Because of that, I would rather use a random word or phrase that exists in the article.

    It seems more natural than just stuffing an anchor that does not exist into the article.

  • SvenSven
    hmm so you would prefer the following behavior:
    • 1. search for the anchor/keyword and place the link over that
    • 2. if not present, try not to add a link but use a random word
  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    Yes, exactly :)
  • SvenSven
    Well then you can use the link option:
    "Random word/phrase" => A random word/phrase is chosen from the article to place a link on. Your anchor will not be used.
    This will only apply, if there is no word/phrase present in the article that matches the chosen anchor text.
    It will always link directly if possible to not destroy the read flow.
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