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SearchEngineLand.com Explains the NoFollow Tag: What it Is, When & How to Use the NoFollow Tag SearchEngineLand.com Explains the NoFollow Tag: What it Is, When & How to Use the NoFollow Tag Infographic Transcript

  • THE NOFOLLOW TAG What It Is & When & How To Use It Nofollow lets publishers tell search engines not to count some outbound links as "votes" that may help other sites rank better. How it works and reasons to use it: How it Works Before Nofollow After Nofollow <a href="http://www.link.com/"> <a href=”http://www.link.com/”> Search engines consider links to be “votes” that pass credit to other pages <> <a href=”http://www.link.com/”> Using nofollow blocks credit from being passed, as far as search engines are concerned Credit can help those pages rank better in results <a href="http://www.link.com/" rel="nofollow"> <a href=”http://www.link.com/”> How to Use it: The Code To turn regular links into nofollow links, rel=“nofollow” to HTML code ADD Normal e: Exampl Link: ”>link to a page</a> <a href=”http://www.example.com/ ow”> Nofollow ://www.example.com/” rel=”nofoll <a href=”http Link: link to a page</a> You can add code by hand, but many content management systems will automatically insert it when needed. Talk with your webmaster for advice. When To Use It Paid Links Comments User-Generated Embeds Other Don't want to get penalized If your site allows anyone to Similar to comments, if you Use nofollow if you add widgets Nofollow can be used any time by Google? comment without moderation, allow anyone to contribute or infographics from other sites you don't want your site to be you can expect link drops. content to your site without and don't want to be seen as seen as endorsing a link to moderation, nofollow can endorsing those, if you're not another site. prevent your site from being fully behind the content. Use nofollow to keep links people buy on your site, even if Using nofollow keeps bad sites through ads, from passing credit. from appearing to get credit from you, which also avoids trouble with Google. Content seen as "vouching" for links to bad sites. History & Facts Created January 2005 by Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and major blogging platforms to help fight comment spam In September 2005, recommended by Google for use in blocking paid links. Technically it’s the Nofollow "attribute" rather than "tag" HOW WILL YOU USE THE NOFOLLOW TAG? Written By: Designed By: Learn More: http://selnd.com/nofollowtag Copyright SearchEngineLand.com