What does outbound links no follow mean?
What difference does it make if outbound links are follow or no follow?
Usually, this decides if your outbound links are suppose to be registered by search engines or not. This can count towards your or the other page's page/alexa rank.
Glad you asked, ShyeAnne. I was just trying to figure out if it has made a difference in page views and search engine results. So, will checking the box help or hurt rankings???
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