How can I spin anchor text and target URL's in an article?

Sometimes, you may want to use spintax to spin your anchor text or target URL's in your articles. There are a couple of different ways to do this.

Different anchor text for the same target URL
Enter the spintax for all of the anchor texts like this:
{keyword 1|keyword 2|keyword 3|keyword 4}
Then, highlight the entire list and click the link icon in the interface to turn the entire list into a link.

Different anchor text AND different target URL's
Enter the spintax for all of the anchor texts like this:
{keyword 1|keyword 2|keyword 3|keyword 4}
Then, highlight the first anchor text and click the link icon in the interface to turn it into a link. Do this for each keyword.

Using HTML


You can also use HTML to spin your links.

Type the HTML into your article in the PostLinks.com interface.

For example:

<a href="http://{www.domain1.com|domain2.com}">{keyword 1|keyword 2|keyword 3}</a>
Or:
{<a href="http://www.domain1.com">keyword 1</a>|<a href="http://www.domain2.com">keyword 2</a>}

The HTML code will be displayed and you may think it didn't work, but save the article anyway. When you save the article, the HTML will be converted into a link.

Open the article again and preview the article by clicking on the little magnifying glass. You will see that a random anchor text and target URL are chosen each time you preview the article.

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