Michael Flaherty — March 6, 2020 Back in September of 2019, Google announced that they are changing how websites and publishers should mark link attributes starting March 1, 2020. Some SEO experts across the web are panicking, while others believe nothing really will change. So what gives? Before we get into that, let’s go over … Continue reading Follow, Nofollow: Why You Should Give a Hoot About Link Attributes
Google Nofollow Links Become ‘Hint’ In Search by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, September 10, 2019 Google plans to make changes to the way it uses nofollow links to signal search algorithms. The nofollow link attribute will act as a “hint” rather than as a specific directive for ranking. The company also will add two … Continue reading Google Nofollow Links Become ‘Hint’ In Search
by Jenny HalaszOctober 10, 2016 Want to ask Jenny an SEO question for her bi-weekly column? Fill out our form or use #AskAnSEO on social media. Yet again, we’ve had a visitor ask a question that just can’t be answered in one paragraph, nor even one post. But I hope that this long treatment of … Continue reading Ask An SEO: When Do You Use Nofollow on Links?
Do nofollow links make you cringe? You’re not alone. But columnist Pratik Dholakiya explains why they’re not so bad and how they can actually boost your site. Pratik Dholakiya on January 21, 2016 A nofollow link is the stuff of nightmares for SEOs. It’s like a big slap in the face with the oiliest, wettest … Continue reading The Blogger’s Guide To Nofollow Links
Julia McCoyAugust 14, 2015 Nofollow is a tool that was introduced in 2005 by Google’s Matt Cutts and Blogger’s Jason Shellen. The idea was that the tag could be used for the purpose of decreasing spam on blogs by instructing search engines that a hyperlink would have no bearing or affect on the ranking of … Continue reading Why You Don’t Have to Nofollow Good Links In Your Content
by Shannon Hutcheson February 27th, 2015 Shannon Hutcheson Shannon Hutcheson is a day dreamer, sarcastic cheekster, cat herder, gamer, and bookaholic. She’s an experienced copy editor and a moderator at MyBlogGuest. What Is (A) Nofollow? Nofollow is an indication that can be added to a link to tell search engines you recommend they not follow … Continue reading Nofollow Link Attribute: Essential Information For Marketers & Managers