Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lpsierra, Mar 17, 2013.
Is the name field and where you put your website URL ******** or nofollow?
It depends on the website. That can be do-follow or no-follow. There are some chrome and Firefox add-ons from which you can check whether its do-follow or no-follow.
for which site you are talking about ??
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Thanks. Well, all this time I thought that all of those types of links would be dof0llow until I went to check my site on ahrefs and showed 413 nofollow and 2 dof0llow.
Knowing that it's better to have more d0follow than nofollow, how screwed am I?
It's a 3 month old blog btw but only started building links this week
mix of ********s & nofollows should be fine they look more natural
most blog comments are nofollow
I have 431 n0follows and 2 d0follows though which seems unnatural I think?
Will m site get penalized?
The main importance of building links from both do-follow and no-follow site is gaining organic or natural links to your site. Do-follow links pass the link juice to your site while no-follow links can provide you traffic and can make your link building look natural to Google. There no exact ratio but it it's recommend that you should not be trying to acquire every link to your website as a do-follow and make sure that the sites you're acquiring links from are of good quality.
i use scrapebox to check if sites are Do-Follow or No-Follow, it has some great addons.
also as mentioned above nofollow are also important, it would be look suspicious to google building just Do-Follow links its like you are holding a sign "Hey Google Look at me Im doing Self Promotion"
A no-follow link from a strong and solid page is still better than many do-follows from some nogood blog syndicates etc.
Anyways, blog comments are (mostly) no-follows
Separate names with a comma.