i have been readng here hubs about backlinking but what i cant still understand is the doffolow and no follow social sites , what does that mean please
I think nofollow sites dont get crawled by the search engines so they do nothing in helping you to get ranked by them. Whereas dofollow sites will.
nowfollow tells search engines not to follow the link, as far as Google is concerned that means ignoring the link entirely. That will not stop a page from being indexed if it has dofollow kinks from anywhere else or an xml sitemap for example.
Don't forget to interlink your hub that are related together. It also helps. Remember, a backlink is a link that leads back to your hub, regardless of where it comes from.
Yes, some are dofollow and some are nofollow, with regards to other sites, but internal linking is also important.
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