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How To Make An html Anchor Text Link

April 18th, 2008 by Bean

Anchor Text Link

A NOTE BEFORE WE BEGIN:

For Search Engine Optimization (SEO) purposes you need to decide what URL Protocol you will use in all of your Anchor Text Links. Learn to use ‘one’ URL protocol form or the other for all future web development purposes.

This is a very important point for search engine rankings. Basically it boils down to consistency in link saturation. Here are your choices:

http://www.yourdomain.com

“OR”

http://yourdomain.com

For instance, if you have 20 backlinks to your site and 10 of these inbound links have the (www) in them and the other 10 inbound text links do not have (www) in them, then for search engine purposes you have diluted or split your “inbound vote of confidence.”

You need to guide those who are linking back to you (backlink), and also focus your internal linking structure with consistent URL protocol addresses.

Another Quick Point: Do not just develop backlinks that point to your home page. You need to have linking structures that go deep into your web or blog site as well.

Anchor Text Link Example 1:

Opens In Same Browser Window

  1. The <a> tag in html code is an Anchor Text Tag. The following example will provide some common uses of the <a> Anchor Tag.

In html you begin the <a> Anchor Tag with:

<a href=”http://yourdomain.com”>

You close the html Anchor Tag with:

</a>

The end of this 1st step looks like this:

<a href=”http://yourdomain.com”>Your Anchor Link Text Goes Here</a>

This is one way that this anchor text Hyperlink will finally look (Could Depend on Cascading Style Sheets-CSS):

Your Anchor Link Text Goes Here

Cut & Paste the following into your html editor and modify the information:

<a href=“http://yourdomain.us”>Change the Domain URL then place your Keyword Rich Text Here!</a>

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Anchor Text Link Example 2:

Opens In New Browser Window

  1. The <a> tag in html code is an Anchor Text Tag. The following example will provide some common uses of the <a> Anchor Tag.
  2. In this example you are adding target=“_blank” after the “URL address” plus +1 space.

In html you begin the <a> Anchor Tag with:

<a href=”http://yourdomain.com” target=“_blank“>

You close the html Anchor Tag with:

</a>

Tying this Anchor Text Link Code together looks like this:

<a href=”http://yourdomain.com” target=“_blank“>Your Anchor Link Text Goes Here</a>

This is one way that this anchor text Hyperlink will finally look (Could Depend on CSS):

Your Anchor Link Text Goes Here

Cut & Paste the following into your html editor and modify the information:

<a href=“http://yourdomain.us” target=“_blank”>Change the Domain URL then place your Keyword Rich Text Here!</a>


Domainbean html Anchor Text Link Source Code: –thanx!


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Here is a video from Matt Cutts of Google.  He discusses several of the points raised in this post that I thought would prove interesting to you.   This was derived from his presentation talk at WordCamp San Francisco 2009.  Not only is it relevant to this post on Backlinks, but it raises other important points about getting the most out of WordPress, Google Search Optimization, Spam and Spamming, Keyword Usage Insights and Link Juice.  A few insights on how to use Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools follows.

This is straight from Google

Pay attention, it is unlikely that this Google representative has it in his Company’s, or His, personal interest to point you in the wrong direction.


I found Matt Cutts both interesting and engaging and thought it important enough to put it at the top of this post, but was concerned that you may not have the time to review the important information placed in this post above.  If you reached the end here, this video is for you!

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