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Nofollow. take away or not?
Mach2

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Msg#: 3946930 posted 1:31 pm on Jul 6, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi fellows!

Im more a reader than a writer here, but now Id like to know your opinion about nofollow. I manage a website where there are many nofollows applyied to some internal links, made to Page Rank sculpting atempt.

Now, with the new nofollow directives by Google, what do you recomend? Take away all of them or leave them as they are?

Thanks in advance!

Marc

 

agerhart

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Msg#: 3946930 posted 3:36 am on Jul 16, 2009 (gmt 0)

Are you having success with the nofollow's in place? If so, why remove them? If not than I would try to revise the strategy. But don't go changing things just because a new article came about...see how it is working for your sites.

Wholesale Supplier

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Msg#: 3946930 posted 11:59 am on Jul 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

In my opinion NoFollow links just provide you with the traffic not improving the rankings in major search engines. I would suggest that you should minimize the links submissions where they use NoFollow but not totally eliminate them.

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