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How to Get Rid of the "No Follow" On Craigslist

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ilovenaps, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. ilovenaps

    ilovenaps Registered Member

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    Ok so when you put a URL in a post on CL it adds the "no follow" tag. Here is how to get rid of it.

    What I did was post like normal, then after you've accepted and its like here is the link to your post blah blah click the edit button.

    Now you'll see the no follow tag and can delete it, hit save/publish and bam, its gone.

    Oh yea gimme thanks please if you find this useful. Oh yea and if its a repeat then whooops and if its a violation of TOS just delete this, naps don't want no banzzzz....
     
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  2. futurer

    futurer Newbie

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    You can remove it, but doesn't CL adds it back after you save it?
     
  3. ravetildon

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    adds it back when i do it.
     
  4. jamesbelaugh

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    That doesn't work. CL will automatically add it back.
     
  5. blacktek

    blacktek BANNED BANNED

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    They add it back. Nice try, though.
     
  6. ilovenaps

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    I posted in the resumes section and I don't see a no follow tag when I view source.

    I should add that I don't make many CL posts at all and its not cam girls or whatever the normal thing is to do with craigslist.
     
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    That has never worked for me.
     
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    rbarukh Registered Member

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    This definitely does not work
     
  9. ilovenaps

    ilovenaps Registered Member

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    Hey it was just something I noticed in the "resumes" section. According to the "view source" of my post that is still live:

    <br>
    <br>
    <div id="userbody">
    Changed this text because I wanted to <a href="http://www.mysite.com">http://www.mysite.com</a>
    <br>

    Don't believe everything you read on this forum, but I didn't make it up. It was something I noticed in one section with a manual post and though I'd share.

    Anyway, might not work on all of CL but I didn't just make this up.
     
  10. darkmobius

    darkmobius Regular Member

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    I've been posting to "creative services" and I don't see no "nofollow" as well, as least i don't see it in the source

    Code:
    http://toronto.en.craigslist.ca/tor/crs/1012078150.html
     
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