Did you mayhaps mean follow?
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“A link without a nofollow is not like stamping a “Guarantee” on that site but it seems like that is what Google is asking anyone who links anywhere to do – Guarantee that the site they are linking to has some specific value – and that REALLY can never be determined because no business is perfect.”
“I think a major problem with the nofollow is that people think that by not using this attribute, you “trust” the site you are linking to.”
“As you probably have already realized I do not use or believe in nofollow!”
“Yes, I think rel = nofollow is what you’re after then.”
“Absolutely the big problem with nofollow is that there’s so many differing opinions on how to use it.”
“And then, there’s the issue of whether nofollow is really for combating spam, and if so why is Google now telling everyone to use it for paid links too.”
“What Google did was invent a new tag called nofollow which means that links with this tag do not get any ranking boost for Google.”
“And nofollow, which is a roughly analogous initiative, came together in just a few days, with the involvement of dozens of different people.”
“I want stop them to do it by add tag nofollow only to some link (from a list).”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘nofollow’.
as a techie, I run across nerd words.
Words come and go, perhaps nowhere faster than online. Some industry terms to stay current -- or to remember as they rest in peace.
Looking for tweets for nofollow.