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Are you using nofollow links in your blog posts? When a link has “nofollow” in its code it’s telling Google not to follow that link the next time it’s crawling your site and, while it stays an active, clickable link for your readers, Google will glaze over the connection in the future. Today’s blogger is here to clearly explain what a nofollow is and when to use it!
When to Use Nofollow Links
Any time you place a link to another website on your blog, a connection is made between those two pages. The next time Google crawls your blog trying to figure out how it’s organised, it will follow that link. This post explains what a nofollow link is and when you should use one- don’t let yourself be penalised by Google by making them think you’re linking to websites purely because of the money!
Read the full post here: When to Use Nofollow Links
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