Anchors [noun]

Definition of Anchors:

something used to hold another thing securely

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Sentence/Example of Anchors:

The ongoing campaign utilized primarily PageRank-passing guest blogs with commercial, hard anchor texts.

A wave of retail bankruptcies — including of some of Simon’s most important mall anchors and tenants, such as the department store chains JCPenney and Neiman Marcus — is adding to the pressure.

He spent a year growing that following, throwing everything he had into a career as an online creator with the app as his anchor.

But, you have less control over the anchor text or the article’s content.

Short floating attachment anchors sprouted from the dice, like an octopus’s arms, each chemically fused to an antigen protein.

The anchor text for hyperlinks should be relevant to readers based on where they are within the article, and it should make sense for them to want to click another link.

Google suspects an unnatural amount of links with the same anchor text pointing to the same source.

Link signals include inbound anchor text, linking domain authority, and linking domain quantity.

At a quarter past seven he took his leave and we let drop our anchor where we were, off Cape Tekke.

We embarked on the evening of the 28th of June, and weighed anchor before daybreak of the 29th.