Could someone explain to me what is a nofollow link tag, give an example is possible
no foolow tells the search engines not follow the link. That means you won't get credit to the website for having a link pointing to it.
when your anchor link is a no follow link, it will not be count into your inbound linking (as far as google is concern). In short:
If the link is from high traffic site and it is no follow, you will get traffic from that site.
If the link is from low traffic site and it is no follow, it is not very useful for your SEO.
by Chuck Bluestein3 years ago
Now, not before, when you place a link, you have a choice to click rel=nofollow so that search engines ignore it. So in future hubs that you write or if you want to go back and edit, do not check this box for links to...
by JohnKrantz7 years ago
I see other hubs with 62 or 68 hub score.. mine is 72 and still, the outgoing links are nofollow. help, please:( I can't use hubpages as a backlink otherwise!
by SaiKit6 years ago
Hi I would like to have the option to put "no follow" link in my hubs. I don't want my competition to rank higher because of my link juice.ThanksSai Kit
by Chuck Bluestein2 years ago
Earlier I posted that people should go and make links going to other sites that do not belong to you nofollow. Then someone mentioned that if your hubber score is less than 85 then "every link" will be...
by Amanda Littlejohn2 years ago
Hi folks. I'd like to make all the links in my hubs 'no-follow' - especially those referring to the sources of images, but I'm not sure how to do it or if that is actually the default. In the image edit box there's no...
by Thomas Swan3 years ago
Someone left a bunch of wikipedia links in a comment on one of my hubs. They were relevant to what we were talking about. I would rather not delete the comment unless I have to. However, I'm also aware that...
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