Nofollow vs dofollow

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Re: Nofollow vs dofollow
« Reply #30 on: 05-13-2014, 05:45:08 »
Nofollow links are crawled by Google, but they don't send link juice/power like dofollow links. If you check your Webmaster Tools > Search Traffic > Links to your website, you will notice that all links appear there, including the nofollow ones. Nofollow aren't completely useful. For example, high PR blogs/sites are crawled before low PR ones, and if you have a link there, you'll also get your site crawled. This is a good trick to get your site crawled/indexed faster.


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Re: Nofollow vs dofollow
« Reply #31 on: 06-10-2014, 07:07:20 »
I think Nofollow link from forum high PR , edu, gov , help you TrustRank Up for your website

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Re: Nofollow vs dofollow
« Reply #32 on: 06-12-2014, 05:10:54 »
I had read some of the reply which is not the right answer for the question. do-follow links are crawl and help to rank your website and No-follow links are also crawl by google but its does not pass any link juice to your website.

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Re: Nofollow vs dofollow
« Reply #33 on: 06-16-2014, 05:52:28 »
A no follow link is created with the nofollow link HTML tag, which looks like this:

<a href=”http://www.website.com/” rel=”nofollow”>Link Text</a>

Nofollow links are crawled by Google but they are not effective like Dofollow links. So Dofollow links are definitely better than Nofollow. But Nofollow link from high PR site is good for your site.

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Re: Nofollow vs dofollow
« Reply #34 on: 09-20-2014, 08:41:08 »
The main target of a website is get more traffic. In this case both nofollow and dofollow are effective. A well known saying that "A website without traffic is like having a store in the mall without customer." So one matter is rest which is backilnks from high page rank site.

Post Merge: 09-20-2014, 09:57:13

Nofollow and Dofollow both are important but its value differs on search engines. As google and emphasis more on dofollow links on the othre hand bing has same value.
« Last Edit: 09-20-2014, 09:57:13 by habibkhan »
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Re: Nofollow vs dofollow
« Reply #35 on: 09-21-2014, 08:07:55 »
From my own experience, you should get both nofollow and dofollow backlinks; but the ratio should be 20/80 for nofollow/dofollow. The mix of nofollow and dofollow backlinks helps make your backlink profile look natural for search engines.

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Re: Nofollow vs dofollow
« Reply #36 on: 09-22-2014, 05:36:51 »
Hai everyone. Can anyone tell me the difference between nofollow and dofollow links.

Google considers both Nofollow and Dofollow links to rank a website.

If suppose a webpage of PR 2 has only 4 links (A B C D). Out of which, A & B are Nofollow and C & D are Dofollow

Then, only C & D will get the benefit and receive the link juice from that same webpage of PR 2 i.e. 50% each.

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Re: Nofollow vs dofollow
« Reply #37 on: 09-29-2014, 21:09:05 »
Do follow links helps to flow juice from one page to another page, It is more beneficial then no-follow links, some site directly provide dofollow links and some sites watch and cheks about the relevancy of links then provide no-follow link and after then when relevancy is correct then no-follow links get converted into do-follow.

Hello @peterson10012!

If you always wonder what does nofollow mean then probably here is the answer of it, it’s a link is set as nofollow, it means Google bot won’t crawl the link and won’t pass any link juice.

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<a href= http://www.yourwebsite.com  rel="nofollow">Example1</a>
<a href= http://www.yourwebsite.com  rel="external nofollow">Example2</a>

REL HTML tag: Did you notice rel html tag?  it’s set as nofollow, which means its a nofollow link. Even if nofollow link doesn’t pass any link juice but it can help to bring traffic towards your website, so if you are making No follow link then there is no harm. Google doesn’t follow these links, however other search engines respect them, I have explained it in detail at the end of the post.


Dofollow link passes link juice and they definitely help you much, in order to achieve good page rank. As it instructs search engine spiders to follow this link.

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<a href = http://www.yourwebsite.com  rel="external">Example3</a>

The above link is dofollow, generally when you left comment on other site, you will see links with rel external attribute, rel=”external” is just to represent that the link is external, it has nothing to do with backlink type. If you find no rel attribute in link then also its being treated as a dofollow link because  it equals to REL  Dofollow.
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Re: Nofollow vs dofollow
« Reply #38 on: 10-11-2014, 05:39:09 »
Nofollow: If you always wonder what does nofollow mean then probably here is the answer of it, it’s a link is set as nofollow, it means Google bot won’t crawl the link and won’t pass any link juice.
<a href= http://www.example1.com rel="nofollow">Example1</a>
<a href= http://www.example2.com rel="external nofollow">Example2</a>

Dofollow: Dofollow link passes link juice and they definitely help you much, in order to achieve good web page rank. As it instructs search engine spiders to follow this link.

<a href = http://www.example3.org rel="external">Example3</a>
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Re: Nofollow vs dofollow
« Reply #39 on: 09-13-2015, 19:22:07 »
I think the whole idea is that if you're guest posting, you're likely to be at least somewhat reputable, which is why guest posting usually involved follow links. Google wants to make it tough to ensure that only the trustworthy, real businesses who are willing to work hard and put in the effort get links. It's like a filter sorting out the bad apples.  Google doesn't want to give weight to no-follow links because they're just too easy to get these days and encourage spamming.
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