No follow, do follow links??

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No follow, do follow links??
« on: 10-14-2016, 20:32:59 »
Is no-follow link, good for SEO?

Link building plays an important role in SEO. The healthy links are created by directory submissions, article submissions, video submission, blog submission, forum activities and much more. The links obtained by these activities may be with do-follow or no-follow attribute which is based on the site linking to you.
Links with do-follow and no-follow attribute make more difference in SEO strategy. Many site owners think that no-follow links are bad for SEO and it affects the SERP result. But practically it was not the case! As per the Google scenario it’s the do-follow links which create some negative effect when it was from the unrelated sites.

Are you confused with the do-follow and no-follow attributes?

The links with the do-follow attributes are crawled by the Google or other search engine bots. So do-follow links must be from the relevant and high PR sites, as it was crawled by the search engine bots. Do-follow link plays an important role in increasing SERP results, if it links from high PR sites.
At the same time, links with no-follow attributes are not crawled by the search engine bots. Many websites provide no-follow links. Though it won’t influence SERP result, these links may bring huge traffic to your websites which indirectly helps in improvement of SERP results. Amount of traffic depends on the popularity of the site linking to you.

Hence no-follow links does not harm the ranking of the website; instead they help to increase traffic to your website.

Please share your thoughts guys.

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Re: No follow, do follow links??
« Reply #1 on: 10-15-2016, 00:05:20 »
NO follow is an order to search engine that it should not follow the particular link. The nofollow links are usually seen in blog comments, forums, Q and A websites, etc. If webmasters think that they have backlinks from a suspicious website, then they must get those links removed, or they must add a nofollow tag like rel='nofollow'.

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Re: No follow, do follow links??
« Reply #2 on: 10-18-2016, 01:09:14 »
Nofollow is an HTML attribute value used to instruct search engines bots that a hyperlink should not influence the link target's ranking in the search engine's index.
If a search engine finds a “no follow” backlink it will just ignore the link and will not get deeper into crawling and no link juice is passed.
So “no follow” backlinks are not important in terms of search engines as it is not crawled. The comments section mostly have no follow links. But that does not mean that these links are useless. You can still get some quality traffic from these also.
In the event that an internet searcher finds a "no follow" backlink it will simply disregard the link and won't get further into slithering and no link juice is passed.
So "no follow" backlinks are not vital regarding web indexes as it does not creep. The remarks segment, for the most part, have no take after links. However, that does not imply that these links are pointless. You can at present get some quality traffic from these moreover.


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