Difference between do-follow & no-follow

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Re: Difference between do-follow & no-follow
« Reply #10 on: 03-24-2014, 02:58:26 »
Hello Fried, it is nice and basic topic when you enter into any SEO based forum, the topic of links either "Do-follow" or "No-follow".
Many people has their own views regarding these both and i read the above discussion also, in which many of my pal may be get the wrong meaning of "No-follow".

It is obvious and well know that, when it comes "Do-follow", we all have a clear vision, that i count as back-link, and whether in case of "No-follow", it is not count as a back-link, i have a query wen you check the back-link for the website, what does any tool that you are using, does the tool doesn't show the "No-follow" links as the back-links for your website in the report. So how we can say that it does not count as the back-link. It do count but it don't have any impact on "PA" "DA" or "PR" of the webpage.

Some people say that "Google" doesn't crawl "No-follow", it does crawl if "Google" doesn't crawl, then how it knows that the link is "Do-follow" or "No-follow", yes but the website which points to your site with the "No-follow link", does not allow you to get the "link juice" of that webpage.

Hey i am going to add one more topic here, the above discussion is about the links that we are going to get, but what if we are going to provide links to other, which types of links you will going to get to others "Do-follow" or "No-follow", lets start here.


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Re: Difference between do-follow & no-follow
« Reply #11 on: 05-05-2014, 01:49:40 »
Do follow:
Dofollow links allow google (all search engines) to follow them and reach our website.
Example:
<a href=”http://www.google.com/”>Google</a>

No follow:
       No follow link attributes do not allow the search engines bots to follow links.
Example:
     <a href=”http://www.google.com/” rel=”nofollow”>google</a>


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Re: Difference between do-follow & no-follow
« Reply #12 on: 05-08-2014, 00:58:38 »
No follow and do follow are the type of back link that tells search engines to crawl them. As in do follow it tells search engines to crawl it and index it but no follow is just the opposite. So for a website to rank top need maximum do follow link not no follow.

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Re: Difference between do-follow & no-follow
« Reply #13 on: 07-22-2014, 00:48:45 »
I think in the seo process both no follow and do follow links matter
do follow count as back link to the site from search engine. It's important for site ranking to get quality back links.no follow doesn't count as back link to the site from search engine but it can be helpful as an traffic generate source if it's come from high pr sites.

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Re: Difference between do-follow & no-follow
« Reply #14 on: 07-26-2014, 01:40:06 »
Dofollow :-This is the most capable approach to impact internet searchers to redirect a great deal of movement to your webpage. Web search tool crawlers creep the entire substance on your site page including pictures, joins, essential words and so on. At whatever point they discover a connection, if the connection is dofollow interface then the crawlers take after the connection and arrive on other site page. In the event that you need to get listed in google and rank high on google then you need to concentrate on these dofollow backlinks. In the event that you get or use dofollow joins, then web search tools will disentangle your connections as backlinks and you have more opportunities to get positive qualities for your webpage's positioning

No-follow:- Nofollow connections might be pertinent to your post's setting and can originate from the sources which can possibly produce high referral movement. Nofollow backlinks are overlooked via web search tool crawlers. At whatever point you are interfacing to any site which is not of high esteem then utilize rel="nofollow" property in your html of the page. Nofollow connections are not for slithering connections via web crawlers which impact the rank of an online journal or site in the web search tools.


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Re: Difference between do-follow & no-follow
« Reply #15 on: 09-01-2014, 06:32:56 »
As from SEO point of both No-follow and Do-Follow links are important,but they should be in ratio, well do-follow is given more preference as in that pr of the page on which link is putted is shared with the page of whom link is given.from this both have benefit specially the page whose link is putted on the other page.
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Re: Difference between do-follow & no-follow
« Reply #16 on: 09-01-2014, 21:41:34 »
What is a No Follow Backlink?

A no-follow backlink is basically a link that does not pass on the SEO benefits of the source site to the blog where the link points to. In short, no-follow links do not have any SEO value at all, and they will not add up to the link profile that search engines use to evaluate when ranking websites. Search engine bots will crawl on this link, but they will not literally follow where it is pointed to.
What is a Do Follow Backlink?

A do-follow link, on the other hand, is a link that will pass on the newbielink:http://www.bbcode.org/ [nonactive] benefits of the website where it is built from to the hyperlinked site. This is the type of backlink that link builders will create for SEO purposes. Backlinks created at high PR sources will pass on the link juices towards the hyperlinked blog, thereby significantly improving its ranking position among the search engines.

So, when doing search engine optimization it is important to concentrate your link building activities on sources that allow you to build do-follow links. These links will remarkably enhance your link profile and improve your page rank.

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Re: Difference between do-follow & no-follow
« Reply #17 on: 09-06-2014, 06:24:08 »
Do follow means your link is followed by search engine crawlers. If your link is dofollow then the link juice is passed on to the destination Url. On the other hand, no follow links does not follow any reference of the destination Url.

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Re: Difference between do-follow & no-follow
« Reply #18 on: 09-19-2014, 03:02:27 »
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Re: Difference between do-follow & no-follow
« Reply #19 on: 08-20-2015, 23:21:49 »
Links that “point” to another site are called do follow links. 'Do follow' links are crawled by search engine bots and thus they contribute to website backlink building. where as A no follow link is a link that doesn’t “point” to another site as no follow links are never crawled by search engine spiders and hence they do not contribute to backlink building.

 

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