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******** vs. Nofollow Ratio??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by umerjutt00, Jan 3, 2014.

  1. umerjutt00

    umerjutt00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So I have checked and one of site has 478 backlinks.. out of those 478, I have around 270 D0-Follow and 208 nofollow links as shown in ahrefs.... Is this D0-Follow and nofollow ratio of links good????
     
  2. nonai

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    there is no magic ratio. just dont have all do-follow because that's pretty suspicious and would never happen in a "natural" world. have a combination of both.
     
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    I have around 58% d0-follow and 42% nofollow.... The links are from very high authority sites ... What would you say about that ratio?? + the links are natural and I didn't build even a single one..
     
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    Ratio looks fine mate. Don't worry about it too much. Focus on building high quality do-follow links with some no-follow thrown in there occasionally to balance your link profile and you'll be fine :)
     
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    mindlesswizard Supreme Member

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    There is no any standard for the ratio. you job is to make the backlinks look natural. Do follow, no follow, image etc
     
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    There?s no any formula for the ideal ratio of do_follow vs. nofollow links.

    The primary importance when building links is getting them in a natural way. Both do_follow and nofollow links are a natural part of the Web. So if you focus on acquisition of legitimate links to your site, you are fine. Whatever the ratio works out as, so be it.


    Just make sure that you don?t use some sort of manipulative link building techniques or forbidden link building schemes, otherwise, you are running a risk of being penalized.
     
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    I've never really thought about an ideal ratio. I think the ratio varies so much from one normal site to another that Google can't really penalise for this.
     
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    your link profile looks fine just make building links on the same ratio
     
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    There is no ideal ratio, build high quality do follow backlinks with some no follow attributes.
     
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    Out of my experience anything between 75df/25nf and 25df/75nf works fine. Anything more drastic than that probably goes to manual review.
     
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    This is a top result on Google, so I'm going to reply anyways since no one really seems to be giving a real answer.

    Just look up your competitors and see their ratio.

    Most massive authority sites have 99% do follow links.

    When you're starting out, obviously many of your initial links will be nofollow with that will change, as it naturally should.

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