determine which backlinks are follow and no follow

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  1. schleprock

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    Google Webmaster Tools gives a list of all the backlinks that go to your site. Is there a way to determine which backlinks are do follow and which are no follow.

    I tried Moz and Majestic (I only have the free versions, so that may effect the results) and they showed only 3-4 different domains linking to one of my posts. GWT showed over 40.

    I would like to know which of those links are do follow so I can reinforce them.

    Is there a way to find out which are do and no follow?

    Edit:
    I do have Scrapebox which can check blogs but I don't think it will check other platforms for no and do follow.
    None showed up in the small test that I ran.
     
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    You need to check them manually (install nofollow check addon to your Web browser), or use some of seo tools (like Ahrefs). G won't show you which backlink is df or nf. I have nofollow addon installed in my Chrome and works perfectly.
     
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    Use NoDoFollow Firefox Plugin. Easy to use and highlights links in any web page according to Nofollow (highlight in red color) or Do-follow (highlight in blue color) status.

    Or, look at the source code on the page to find whether it is a Nofollow or Do-follow link.

    Use Do-follow and Nofollow link checker from blackhatlinks.com.
     
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    Added information from OP:

    That is going to be slow. Google has over 7300 backlinks going to my site (in total-to all pages). Is there a faster way to do all of them.

    Or are you suggesting I am going to need to pick the entry pages I am interested in and do it manually.

    Edit:
    About Blackhatlinks.com. I found the link checker. Thank you for the advice
     
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