---- How much variation of internal contentlink-anchors?
Whitey - 3:50 am on Oct 14, 2013 (gmt 0)
All of the used KW-anchors are relevant, topical.
@Deeper - I don't want to dampen your enthusiasm, or the inputs of others, but pre Panda, Penguin and Hummingbird I would probably have said don't worry about KW anchor text navigation on your site. Google already knew what your pages are about and how the semantics fit together, just focus on the right architecture so the UI can flow. Don't even worry about link juice [ whilst you still want to link you major pages to the home page ] , so long as the bots can follow with a good sitemaps file.
After these updates, I would be much more inclined to ignore the temptation of focusing on keywords still more. They likely won't influence rankings, can get a site into trouble if overused [ which you don't seem to be doing].
Probably you need to do some reading and research of other threads around the new Hummingbird engine, Penguin and to a degree Panda, plus the removal of keywords as a Google referral metric in Google Analytics, and how Google Search likely perceive keywords usage into the future. Basically it's almost totally irrelevant as a control mechanism.
In that context, your question becomes a UI issue, not a ranking question. So do what's best for users - you should know your market and can organise the UI priorities from there. Sorry for the cliché, but it might help your thinking.