I accidentally found a portion of one of my articles on this site (inform dot com). The portion was copied (probably 20% of the full article or less), and at the bottom there was a link that led back to my actual article. But the link does not show up in Yahoo's siteexplorer. How does one go about checking to see whether a link is dofollow or nofollow?
Also, what is the purpose of the "inform..." site? What benefit does the site owner receive, if its purpose is just to lead readers to articles on other sites?
Any explanations? I didn't browse through the site because I was busy with other things. Is it like an article directory?
I found one of my hubs on there the other day when I Googled it, but I don't know anything about it, either...sorry.
Thanks, earnest, Tam, Izzy! I'll just keep my eyes peeled on the site and see if anything else happens with it.
Good evening, good night, g'day!
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