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With the quotes, an article with the text in it is #1. #2 comes in at #1 if you remove the quotes.
And what is this? Try it out for yourself.
It took me a while, but I finally uncovered the plot: some people are "Google bombing" the whitehouse's GWB biography by linking to it from the words "miserable failure"
Now, I know, I'm just a newbie, and talking politics could start a flame war. Please, please, pretty please: I just wanted to make a point about anchor text. (I also didn't say I agreed or disagreed with this campaign, and invite you to keep those thoughts to yourself too).
Does this finally put the debate about anchor text at rest?
Adult sites typically have "Enter" & "Exit" links on their warning pages, with the latter linking to Yahoo, Google, Disney, MSN.
Adding to rfgdxm1, if there's little competition for a for word the SERPs tend to correlate very closely with the anchor text.
Almost identical to a search for "exit".
[edited by: oodlum at 1:35 am (utc) on Dec. 4, 2003]