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Doesn't 'nofollow' mean 'I don't vouch for this website?'
"Wait a moment. Doesn't 'nofollow' mean 'I don't vouch for this website?'"
I am not linking SOLELY because I think this web site has AWESOME content
Better page rank acquisition strategies would leverage their own key competitive advantages
As a magazine editor I don't have time to go searching web sites for press releases, its your job to put it in my inbox!
If no money has changed hands, a press release doesn't seem to fit either of the other two definitions.
Do you ever open unsolicited press releases?
"Sitting around gritchen' and moanin' seems pretty unproductive at this point. Our job now is to take what Google has said and do what is in the best interests of our clients, or our own sites, whichever applies."
"And they [press releases] still retain some SEO value..."
And I am sorry if some people don't like it when I voice the opinion that you are quite likely putting your client's site in jeopardy by putting dofollow links in a press release.