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anchor text

The clickable part of a hyperlink. See link text and HREF.
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The Atlanta City Design: Aspiring to the Beloved Community is the anchor text for the urban planning unit of the new curriculum.
The search engine image hack--looking at anchor text and metatags related to an image--doesn't work as well with the complex information within a news video.
A mentor text, or anchor text, is a published piece of writing used as an example for student writers.
Historically, these anchor text links have been abused or manipulated.
The addons include the Anchor Text Checker, which allows users to scan a website's backlinks to see and analyze the anchor text; an Article Scraper, which scrapes articles from different directories, and the Bulk Domain Resolver, which lets users resolve the IP, country, city and coordinates of domains.
According to ITFIDF, the page content is classified into four sections: headline, keywords, anchor text, and body.
The similarity of the anchor text with each of the linked page is obtained using this measure.
Search engines use anchor text when they try to figure out the relevance and importance of your web pages.
Changing the anchor text or URL path of the link reduces its value and the trust of that link will be lower than it was before you made any changes, infers Barry Schwartz, SearchEngineLand editor.
Validate and checks the anchor text used by these links for the Penguin algorithmic penalty
Google+ allows you to link to your other profiles with the anchor text you choose.
The collections contain 55 books in total, 30 copies of an anchor text for whole group instruction, six copies of four different supporting texts for small group work or independent reading and one copy of a title for reading aloud.