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How much weight for SERPs does Google give these types of pages and anchor text, compared to separate pages (anchor text + title tag)?
I don't think I've ever seen a search engine result for an anchor-tagged section of a page (as in the example above), so does that mean they get no weight for ranking?
Have you discovered any page anchor text methods with name attributes that Google likes or doesn't like? Should the tagged sections be H2/H3/H4 or set to bold?
How do you currently optimise your long pages with many sections for Google when you want to spare your visitors from wading through them to find exactly what they want?
[edited by: tedster at 5:43 pm (utc) on Sep. 9, 2007]
Will google associate the page with the doctors names (from the anchor text)?
The reason being, I have a page which is 50/50 content/tool they are both connected, but externally I want to be able to link specifically to one or the other using anchor tags. I can't see an issue with this as google only uses the main URL - but I have tested this where PR is concerned - can someone please confirm?