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What is mean by "Do Follow Backlinks" vs "No Follow Backlinks"?
Do follow backlinks help with SEO and No follow backlinks do not
No follow = search engines will not follow the link.. So if you have a nice fat link with your chosen anchor text, but the backlink is rel="no follow" then you will not be passing any link juice through to your linking domain... No follow links are still fine for gaining traffic from source, but they are useless for gaining ranking within search engines.
Follow = rel="follow"
These are the links you want if you want to gain rankings in the search engines.
This relates to back linking - when you post a link to one of your articles.
Do Follow is code that tells search engines to follow a link to its source. It creates a "ping" which means your link it valid and acknowledged. This helps your articles get found in web searches.
No Follow tells search engines not to follow the link to its source. People can still click on the link to get to your article, but Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines will not follow it and you will get less recognition on them.
As I understand it: Do Follow pings affect your Hub Pages ranking and earnings in a positive way. No Follow has no affect.
by easyspeak8 years ago
I know it fluctuates depending on a billion variables...but for you hubbers here who are making decent money, how many backlinks do you create for each hub. Please specify between social bookmarkting, article...
by Ru-an8 years ago
Does backlinks from your own hubs or someone else's hub count as a proper backlink for the search engines? Cheers.
by Wesman Todd Shaw7 years ago
It's almost embarrassing to me; but I have no idea how to know what backlinks are DoFollow, and No Follow. Someone please simplify this for me, and tell me how I can know the difference.I can research things and...
by bayoulady4 years ago
Hi Anybody..I need help.I am probably am asking stupid questions. If you feel that I am, just ignore me. I've been here since late June, and thanks to all the advice I took early on, I have a good hubber score...
by wytegarillaz7 years ago
Has anyone paid for these backlinks at all and had benefits from them ?I keep seeing the advert so thought I would ask.Thanks
by Earl Noah Bernsby3 years ago
Hey gang! *'Leave it to Beaver' music playing in background*As per melbel's advice on this Hub:http://melbel.hubpages.com/hub/Backlinks-HubsI decided to implement some of my new-fangled SEO learnin' by writing for...
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