Once again I’ve crossed the boundaries between my two blogs – Bill Slawski and Gray Wolf have recently published articles discussing "inline linking". Gray Wolf’s original article spawning Bill’s response (not exactly a response, but an article prompted by Gray Wolf’s comments).
I felt the need to respond, but rather than addressing this from an SEO perspective, I thought of it as an accessibility issue, so I’ve posted on this at my Accessible Web Design blog. Since the subject definitely pokes around in the area of search engine optimization, I thought it worth mentioning here, as well.
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