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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Cshark, Aug 19, 2016.

  1. Cshark

    Cshark Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    @BassTrackerBoats, @Leith and all of you folks, please chip in.

    I need your opinions on this post{ Link Removed}

    I checked this post manually but a friend is of the view that the post is " NO FOLLOW" " NO INDEX". While I checked manually the HTML clearly suggests it is not any of that but just to satisfy my friend I will weigh in the opinion of all you fine peeps.

    Please chip in with your comments.
     
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  2. Leith

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    .in version of that post is DF and indexed, not .com.
     
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    I thought it was ******** too, until I checked the full html source. Please, check the head section and you will see meta robots nofollow directive.
     
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    Look the first line , maybe there is an error in code and google didn't see it.
     
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    Does it mean the links are nofollow? even if they show ********? The links themselves on that page are ********, just not indexed by google?

    Properly explain please.
     
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    I work with some Huff Po writers and was told there's

    "A new platform which doesn't require editor approval but all posts are no indexed and links are no follow"
     
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    OK, so it appears there is a copy on huffingtonpost.in that is actually indexed and follow, but the one on huffingtonpost.com is no follow.
    I know what's happening here. Your IP address may redirect you to .in version if you are not in the US and it will make you think like it's ********, but it isn't for the real site.
     
  10. Leith

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    this ^.

    I was referring to the .in version that was DF and indexed. Opposite story for the .com.
     
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    Author claims that .com version will still get indexed. Please, somebody educate this person. I'm running out of patience.
     
  12. Cshark

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    @Leith, are you saying it will not get indexed with .com, although it got indexed with .in?

     
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    Yes, huffpost.com link version of the article will not get indexed.
     
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    The .com won't get indexed and the links on the post are NF.
     
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    the .com version is coded as the canonical, but it looks like the india version is the only one indexed, very strange.

    And I suppose both the posts mention " NO follow, No index"?
     
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