cut scope

To cut scope or expand scope is a major reason to use anchor text to vary a description from a page name.

Page names require scope information, some of which is redundant if the anchor and target are in the same sacope; removing some qualifications in a name cuts redundancy, for instance naming conventions for international Green Party policy could be referred to in an obviously Party-only context as "policy name."

Likewise, an external page a with a name like "bioregions" might be better described from a GPC page as "Green Party of Alaska bioregions" or whatever else describes the scope properly and exactly. This helps bring the external pages into the internal naming scheme. If the concept is or will be referred from multiple pages, create a page with the correct name and refer the external one.