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Most people link to me after receiving an email when they list there site on my site. The email contains the code to link back.
I am thinking of changing that code to have two links, both to the same site, but break up the keywords. Ie:
Looking for <a herf=domain.com>blue</a> <a herf=domain.com>widgets</a>?
To the end user, it will look (almost) like a single link. To google, and other search engines, it should rank higher for widgets, no?
I could care less about the keyword "blue", as it is all to generic, but a top 3 for widgets would be great! :)
if the link text is blue widgets, then i think that both these keywords are "passed on" both individually (probably with very similiar weighting) and as a phrase.
however if you have 2 links. blue & widgets you may be now or in the future in a situation where the second link to the same page is discounted - this could be serious for you as your targeted keyword is in the second link.