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[ask] Put link on .edu .gov with nofollow attributes.

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by dik_bajing, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. dik_bajing

    dik_bajing Registered Member

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    I am doing SEO now. I'm newbie. Is it OK to put my links on many .edu or .gov but those .edu or .gov sites have nofollow attributes? Will SE (Google) count it as a good baclink? Will I get a good position in SERP? Thx b4.
     
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  2. wulf2ram

    wulf2ram BANNED BANNED

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    Question doesnt really make sense?

    If there is a blog post and you can comment then surely its ok to post.

    How relevant that post is though with it being no follow is a different story. Technically speaking yes its worth making a post there as other search engines will pick it up and its edu or gov.
     
  3. varundbest

    varundbest Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Its fine but try to get relevant backlinks with anchor text.
     
  4. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    It won't hurt you but it's a waste of time. Google blanks nofollow links. The nofollow tag tells Google that a link is user generated and therefore cannot be trusted as a genuine vote for your website. As Google has a serious problem with link spam, there is every reason to be sure that nofollow links carry no weight in Google - the only search engine that can provide worthwhile volumes of traffic.
     
  5. dik_bajing

    dik_bajing Registered Member

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    OK I see now.