OK I've read and re-read this string: [webmasterworld.com...] ... and other resources also ... but still do not feel that I have a complete understanding of the "allinanchor" command.
So many times I've seen groups of people act on assumptions that they *thought* were correct, but that later proved false or incomplete; I'm thinking that this might be one of those.
Specifically, I'm curious how the SERP's are formed for this command. For example:
--Is PR figured in - i.e., does identical anchor text from two pages with different PR carry different weight (I'm assuming yes, but is that certain)?
--Do two backlinks from the same external page "A" carry double the weight of just one backlink from that same page?
--On a two keyword search (keywordA, keyworkB), does backlink anchor text score more highly if it contains *only* those two keywords, versus another text link that *includes* those keywords but also contains "keywordC" and "keywordD".
--And my biggest question: are these SERP's we're looking at adjusted by spam filters, or are we seeing relatively straightworward results (if there is such a thing), prior to any spam adjustments?
I *think* I know the answers to most of these questions, but I'm not *certain* that I know the answers to any of them. Any help?