deeper - 5:06 pm on Aug 13, 2013 (gmt 0)
Sure it is good to use a relevant anchor which matches the content of the linked site. But it does not have to be the primary keyword of the linking page. Usually this is not the only choice.
There are a lot of ways to use proper anchors, for example synonyms. And the aimed site usually is not made only for this one primary KW of my own page. So there are always several ways to create a good and userfriendly anchor. And therefore my question is justified: what of these way is good for me too?
"click here" is none of the proper ways which are possible, sure.
I don't fear any filter, as mentioned I ask myself what also can help ME.
"First I try to make sure that the link occurs at a point where a reader might want to check the source of my statement. " Can you explain in more detail?