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I enjoyed talking to you on the phone.

I know you want to spread Christianity on the internet and did not understand what I was trying to convey. I know the concept of anchor text can be hard to explain verbally. It is a easy concept though.

Anchor text (also called link label) is the visible, clickable text in a hyperlink.

Here is an article on anchor text and used wisely and cautiously anchor text can help your search engine rankings for a webpage: http://www.associateprograms.com/articles/17/1/Anchor-text-explained There are computer programs which can analyze the anchor text of competing webpages and you can use this analysis to determine your anchor text usage.

Here are three examples of anchor text:

1. Example of anchor text being the word evolution on a webpage:

Evolution (Conservapedia)

Non anchor text examples:

Creation Ministries International

Revolution Against Evolution

Anti Evolution Articles

Darwin's Theory of Evolution

2. Example of anchor text being the word atheism on a webpage:

Atheism at Conservapedia

3. Example of anchor text being the words Intelligent design on a webpage:

Intelligent design at Conservapedia