How to create anchor text properly in ezinearticles.??

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Hi guys, I'm wondering , how do you successfully create anchor text in ezinearticles.com??

I mean, I've tried it as I've found it online and the article's resource box still doesn't look like how I've expected it to at all!

This is what I' wrote.... Or should I say , this is how it's looking in the actual article "view" before it gets approved....

http://menshealthzine.com/?p=417" target="_blank">Make your penis bigger HERE!!

So basically I'm wondering ....Is this even correct??
I mean, will it somehow show up as the normal, "Make your penis bigger here"?? When it actually gets published?

Or is that just how it looks right now until it propagates finally when it gets approved??

Help me out here guys, I mean, what am I doing wrong??
#anchor #create #ezinearticles #properly #text
  • Profile picture of the author sf_Imtiaz
    Code:
    <a href="http://menshealthzine.com/?p=417">Make your penis bigger here"</a>
    This is how you should put it in your resource box field when submitting an article.

    and

    Here's how it should look when you check the source of your article

    Code:
    <a target="_new" href="http://menshealthzine.com/?p=417">Make your penis bigger here"</a>
    source may also look like this:

    Code:
    <a href="http://menshealthzine.com/?p=417" target="_blank">Make your penis bigger here"</a>
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  • Profile picture of the author acedalright
    Either way it sounds a little spammy?
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    • Profile picture of the author sf_Imtiaz
      Originally Posted by acedalright View Post

      Either way it sounds a little spammy?
      What are you talking about exactly?
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    • Profile picture of the author LivingCovers
      Originally Posted by acedalright View Post

      Either way it sounds a little spammy?
      Now if you can briefly explain how that 'sounds a little spammy',

      I'll open up all my IM secrets to you and for your eyes only

      and maybe we can start an article directory site together and

      wipe ezinearticle.com off completely from the web...so what do you say!:rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author VideoCreator
    I have several articles at Ezine and I'm using backlinkwatch dot com to check my backlinks. For scribd articles, it shows the anchor text, but for Ezine, it shows no anchor text, though the links are there, they work, and they are done in the manner listed in this thread.

    Any idea why?
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  • Profile picture of the author DianeBrandt
    Originally Posted by Gitonga View Post

    If you want the link to open in a new browser this is how to do it,

    < a href="Insert Your Target URL HERE" target="_blank">Make your penis bigger HERE!!</a>
    I create my anchor text like this... is it okay?

    <a href="URL.com">Anchor Text</a>
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    • Profile picture of the author Gail_Curran
      Originally Posted by DianeBrandt View Post

      I create my anchor text like this... is it okay?

      <a href="URL.com">Anchor Text</a>
      Yes, that's fine. When you do a preview of your article before submitting it, hold your mouse over the link in your resource box and look at what's in the status bar of your browser (the bar at the bottom). The name of your website should appear correctly in the status bar. Then you know that the link will work.
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  • Profile picture of the author buwa84
    what does rel=no follow mean.... I thought for backlinks to be successfull and help ranking your backlinks should be dofollow
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    • Profile picture of the author salegurus
      Originally Posted by buwa84 View Post

      what does rel=no follow mean.... I thought for backlinks to be successfull and help ranking your backlinks should be dofollow
      First off, you do realize that this thread is 4 years old...
      Secondly, may i please recommend a wonderful tool called "Google":

      REL=NO FOLLOW Explained Here:

      https://www.google.com/webhp?oq=what...+nofollow+mean
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by buwa84 View Post

      what does rel=no follow mean.... I thought for backlinks to be successfull and help ranking your backlinks should be dofollow
      There is no such thing as "dofollow", only the absence of "nofollow."

      Much like any other invalid code, if you insert rel="dofollow", there's no penalty; it will simply be ignored.
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