Some people will tell you to avoid linking with “Click here” as anchor text. But look what you would be missing.
If you are old enough to remember the olden days when SEO was “a thing” – before it became something to carefully ignore with a studious sideways glance – we were all counseled to avoid using generic terms like “click here” as anchor text on links. “Click here” was a dirty word.
Even I was counseling against that approach, and with two very good reasons.
First, the search engines could see what a page was about by reading it, but they also wanted to know what other people thought the page was about. So they would read the anchor text of hyperlinks pointing to the page for clues.
If the anchor text said “content marketing for real estate promotion”, the search engines would assume that the page was at least somewhat about “content marketing for real estate promotion”. The page would therefore rank higher for “content marketing for real estate promotion” and for related phrases, such as “content marketing for real estate” and “real estate promotion”.
Using keyword-rich anchor text made good SEO sense.
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