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Feb 15, 2013 - 01:00 AM
The first thing that one needs to do when creating a link building SEO campaign is to analyze the pages that rank and possible link bait and quality content pages. From that analysis the next step is to identify which pages need to be worked on, those may be some pages that already achieved a ranking for some keywords that may bring you potential traffic. or those can be highly linkable pages that you want to rank for highly searched keywords, or the most important pages for conversions, but those two may be one and the same.
In my view the most important part of link building in SEO is quite often neglected, and that is a good analysis of the linking targets.
Coming to the contextual links,A contextual link is one in which the click able text is made up of a keyword phrase you want to obtain a page one listing for in Google.
For example, I'm personally interested in the phrase lead generation. I attempt to secure as many contextual links back to my main site's homepage as I can.
A contextual link can only work if it links to a page primarily about the keyword phrase. For example, the phrase perspex furniture should link to a page about furniture made from perspex.
Contextual links look natural to Google and other search engine. That's why search engines LOVE contextual links.
I Hope my answer might be of use to you!