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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by thesony, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. thesony

    thesony Registered Member

    Jun 1, 2012
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    Recently I was trying to find out if blog comments can do any good as it relates to SEO. I found out that some sites have a ******** and nofollow setup. so if the site is ******** the crawlers will crawl the link you put inside the comment area however it will now if there is a nofollow property set to it.
    So I was wondering if there was a plug-in to indicate nofollow links. I know that firefox has a great inventory of plugins how ever I could not use it because for some reason my computer lags when I use it, so I regularly use Oprea. To my supprise opera had a plug-in (oprea call them extensions) for nofollow links.
    (Note: Opera is lightweight and good for the person who works with allot of tabs)
    I also found out they have:
    Page Rank - Alexa Review and Alexa Ranking (different types are available)
    Seoptimer - For SEO Analysis

    and some others. They are in the web development section of opera's addon site just type "opera web developer extension" in google.
    I know there are allot of people that know about this but you never know there is always someone out there that is new to IM like me and this may help them a little. Please share plugins that you think can help for different browsers.