Digg is Dofollow?
I was pretty sure that I've checked in the past and Digg was using some sort of method to avoid passing PageRank and relevancy, but I was just checking on Digg right now and it looks like they are using clean URL's.
Has anyone else looked into this recently?
They're iFraming pages just like G images does, as far as I can see they're not linking "outside".
Yes, but if you look to where it's linking you'll see this:
Supremes Flip Sotomayor's Reverse Discrimination Ruling | NBC Connecticut (the links is htt p://digg . com/d1vBJG)
Or am I looking in the wrong direction?
The Digg link goes directly to: Supremes Flip Sotomayor's Reverse Discrimination Ruling | NBC Connecticut for me... I don't see a 'digged' link...
Originally Posted by Shenron
UGH?!?! Am I drunk already? :confused:
<a onclick="gotoLink('13628174');" target="_blank" property="dc:title" rel="dc:source d1vBJG" class="offsite ct-world_business" href="http://digg.com/d1vBJG">Supreme Court Overrules Sotomayor's Firefighter Decision</a>
The link I see is:
<a href="http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/New-Haven-Firefighters-Wait-for-Ruling.html" class="thumb"><span rel="foaf:thumbnail"><img src="/world_news/Supreme_Court_Overrules_Sotomayor_s_Firefighter_Decision/t.jpg" width="80" height="80" alt="See the original image at nbcconnecticut.com —" /></span></a>
Here is a screen:
The red frame is where my mouse is at, and than I point to the URL that is beneath it...
Am I looking wrong or is something strange going on? I'm logged out btw, maybe that makes a difference I don't know...
I think you might be thinking about the diggtoolbar that was releases not to long ago
This was the only option for a few days, than the members got pissed, so digg allowed the option of the toolbar or the traditional way that they've had for years.
Here's what I see....
Definitely something really weird is going on.