I do some blogging outside of HP for fun but upon adding the "my favorites" Amazon widget to my website I realized I have a ton of outbound links and am just not getting the rank on SEP that I want.
Does anyone know how to mark this nofollow? Can I use HTML rel="nofollow" anywhere in that code?
Hoping this doesn't sound stupid to you experts, but after searching for a viable solution on the internet for several hours, I have been unable to find one.
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
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