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How do we get DoFollow Blog listings to get back links?
desigac



 
Msg#: 4261755 posted 4:33 pm on Feb 2, 2011 (gmt 0)

How do we get DoFollow Blog listings to get back links? I just want to get more ideas about DoFollow Blogs, Forums, and Social Bookmarking sites. Please let me know something special to know Nofollow website listings.

 

toplisek

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Msg#: 4261755 posted 8:12 pm on Feb 2, 2011 (gmt 0)

Some definition will help:
NoFollow is a hyperlink value that tells search engines not to pass on any credibility or influence to an outbound link.

It means comments should not be added value to Google.
It helps overwhelmed webmasters disallow spammers from gaining any kind of advantage by inserting an unwanted link on a popular page.

But there are two advantages as SEO from my point:
PROS:
1. anchor text (the keyword phrase that makes up the URL pointing to your site).

2.increase the exposure of your site(overall)

CONS:
1. search engines will notice your No Follow and may devalue your links

Be careful what it means RELEVANT: this is !relevant anchor text with relevant links and exposure without conversion rates is poor exposure

If we go BACK to the future it will happen the following:
1. Google will start to measure value of anchor text and relevant links as there is increase in blog marketing.
2. Google will start to add checkbox for all abused NoFollow comments

At the end it will be recognised NoFollow links but with big control of abuses.

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