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Noooooooooo! Engadget how could you!!!

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by kontentguy, Mar 6, 2017.

  1. kontentguy

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    Crap. Didn't even know about it. I guess I missed that gravy train. :)
     
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    I doubt it will be the last to do this.
     
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    I totally agree
    It's similar to huffpo no-indexing/no-following all contributor posts/links. the key is to keep finding new guest post pipelines. And the fear is that google is devaluing these links on some level. But the reason Engadget was great is bc the URLs from all community blog posts was the exact same thing as the URLs of articles from their paid writers, thereby making the links mostly discernible from the rest of the site