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Hey Paul (or anyone else who knows the answer to this question)!

I'm writing a brief (lazy) post on my blog about hugelkultur, and I want to link to your article on richsoil.com so that I can use it to enable my laziness and not reinvent the wheel.  What do you prefer the link text to be for that one?  I want to make sure I expand your empire according to your wishes.

Thanks dude!

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This will probably be my favorite question today!

I would like the anchor text to be "raised garden beds".    If that seems weird, then "raised garden beds: hugelkultur instead of irrigation" would be my second choice.

Thanks for the link!
 
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My pleasure sir.  I used to be the internet marketer for a small outdoor store, so I know how important getting good links is.

If you have the time, I'd love it if you would pop over to my blog post (it's the most recent post on my Paleo PermaCulture site that's linked via the little icon on the left) and give it a Google+1 or a like on facebook.  If you don't have time, that's ok too, I'm happy just to link to your article!

Keep saving the world one link at a time Paul!
 
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Link?
 
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I didn't want to swipe a link from your site and seem spam-ish, but since you asked...

http://www.paleopermaculture.com/2011/11/hugelkultur-easier-raised-bed-gardening.html
 
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I did the "like" thing.  I have not yet mastered the G+ stuff.  I should put G+ stuff on my stuff, but ... well ... not today.
 
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Thanks Paul, you're the nicest world-domination seeking dude around!

I'm on all of your email lists, so I'll work in links for you and your videos when it makes sense for my blog content.  Is there a thread anywhere that lists all of your preferred anchor texts for links to your richsoil articles?

Thanks again!
 
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