I have come across a question about Do Follow but failed to understand the mentioned point. Kindly make me aware about the Do Follow factor. Thanks in advance.
A "do follow" link is coded so that it helps the site you linked to gain page rank on Google.
A "no follow" link still works if clicked on, but is not meant to 'count' as a link when it comes to page rank.
Thanks psycheskinner for answering but I failed to understand. Few more questions regarding the 'Do follow' link:
1. Where to find this 'Do follow' link?
2. When can I use this link?
3. Is it right to use this link and will it be beneficial?
4. If it is good to use this link then may I use this link with my all the published hubs?
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