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rel=nofollow on blogtopsites

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by daywalker, Mar 1, 2009.

  1. daywalker

    daywalker BANNED BANNED

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    can you rel=nofollow blog topsites you add to your blog?

    I want to take advantage of their traffic and not give them link juice. :confused:

    Thanks
     
  2. Barbacamanitu

    Barbacamanitu Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    stick their links on their own page that isnt indexed, or just nofollow em.99% chance they wont see them.
     
  3. secretbonus

    secretbonus Registered Member

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    you could also do a robot txt to disallow following to the links on your blog.

    If people check source code they may see, it's doubtful they'll search your robot txt file...
    most people don't know/don't care
     
  4. secretbonus

    secretbonus Registered Member

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    By the way, does anyone know the difference between an
    A href="site.com" rel="nofollow"
    and an
    A rel="nofollow href="site.com"
    tag?
    Is there any difference?
    What happens if you use tag like
    A rel="nofollow href="site.com" rel="nofollow"
    does it do anything different?
     
  5. secretbonus

    secretbonus Registered Member

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    reason I ask is someone that seems to know what he's talking about on SEO uses A rel "nofollow", but I always used href then nofollow.
    I've heard that the nofollow tag alone often istn' enough and that the sites will still crawl...
    I don't really know...
    as for your blog sites, There's a few things you can do.
    Like barbacamanitu said you can put on their own page...
    Otherwize I don't know where you have the link, but if it's through a plugin you can find the PHP code and just find the <a href="<some php command>" and then add rel="nofollow"
     
  6. trecords

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    My blog site has:

    <base href="hxxp://mysitename.co.cc/" />
    <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    <meta name="robots" content="index, follow" />
    There some other strings on the head of all my pages like discription, site name and so on.

    How can this strings influence my site SEO?

    Thank you.