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Thread: Is this link DoFollow or NoFollow ??

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by 5starpix View Post
    If it is nofollow, it will have the nofollow attribute.
    Hello friends, Can you give me some example to understand?

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Jammyjoker View Post
    Hello friends, Can you give me some example to understand?
    A nofollow link has a rel="nofollow" added in the code, so it looks like this in the end:
    Code:
    <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.domain.com">Domain</a>
    |Nico Lawsons

  3. #13
    It's a do follow link mate.

  4. #14
    Despite being DO-FOLLOW Google does not seem to like my link. I have placed my link on a high PR forum, and checked with the FireFox add-on NoDoFollow that the link is really do follow, the Google Toolbar confirming the high PR of the URL.

    I have checked my site with Advanced Link Manager, also known as part of the Advanced Web Ranking suite, but the link doesn't show up as valid banklink after weeks. What does this mean? I have th impression that much of commenting in blogs and forums is simply being ignored by SEs.
    Last edited by Habaku; 10 March, 2010 at 21:06 PM. Reason: typo

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    In my own experiences, if there were no attribute "rel=nofollow" in the A tag, it would be treated as a dofollow link.

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  7. Quote Originally Posted by namebutler View Post
    You could also post a live link if you found this online somewhere.
    Instead of finding it, why don't just post it on one of your blog or website and check it using seoquake?

  8. Wow this thread is still live...it is obviously a do follow link,so whats the whole fuzz about ?

  9. #19
    I believe that is dofollow

  10. #20
    Links can be made nofollow via the robots.txt file.

    So view that file in your browser on the site where the link is placed i.e.

    site.com/robots.txt

    If you see something like:

    Code:
    User-agent: *
    Disallow: /habaku
    In this case, any URLs starting with habaku will be nofollow

    And if you are expecting PR juice to flow to your site, remember that it is diluted by the total links on the page.

    Even nofollow links reduce the PR juice of a page. This is a fairly recent thing as I recall.

    And then there could be an automatic block in place in the search engine algorithm for the flow of PR from some sites to others.

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