What's the ratio of Do-Follow and No-Follow backlinks for SEO ranking?

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Offline Easton234Topic starter

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Hi friends,

I have a photo retouching website to which 85% No-Follow and 15% Do-Follow backlinks pointing to. But I need to know what's the ratio of Do-Follow and No-Follow backlinks that is very helpful for SEO ranking.


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Do follow links are better compared to nofollow but make sure those links are not paid!
Ratio won't matter that much but relevant links matter in SEO.

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It usually looks more natural to Google to have more No-Follow links than Do-Follow. That's why the example you've shown is a completely natural looking Link Profile. Everyone wants to have a bunch of Do Follow links but they should never be more than the No Follow ones. It just doesn't look organic enough.

 

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