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Facebook Applications and ********?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Italian Hawk, Sep 21, 2009.

  1. Italian Hawk

    Italian Hawk Power Member

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    Does facebook allow creators of applications to have ******** links throughout the applications or are they magically all made as nofollow's? This is vital to the creation of a new application I may hire somebody to make but if you can't have ******** links it would greatly increase the difficulty of making the application a success and possibly not even worth hiring a coder to make.
     
  2. Hugo

    Hugo Newbie

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    Up till, now I hadn't bothered to check... ;)

    but I just looked at one of mine, and sure enough the links are nofollow. All of them.


    Hugo
     
  3. Italian Hawk

    Italian Hawk Power Member

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    I'm assuming this is universal then. Well that makes things a bit more difficult for me then. It will be a bit harder to get users to join than I would have initially thought it would be. There are still many ways to get members, but the initial bunch will be hard.

    Thanks hugo.

    Let me know if somebody else has a ******** or knows a way to get one in applications.
     
  4. lowteg

    lowteg Junior Member

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    doesn't Facebook make all outgoing links no follow??
     
  5. Italian Hawk

    Italian Hawk Power Member

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    Everything outside of applications I've seen so far are nofollow yes. I was just thinking since the coding is done by somebody outside of facebook that they could potentially not use these nofollow tags.