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August 6, 2010

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No Follow Backlinks

by oakhead112
link building

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Nofollow accounts for less than 3% of the websites on the ENTIRE NET

So how can getting nofollowed backlinks make your site look more natural???

Google has over 70-80% of the search engine traffic and most of the stuff you do on Google will also apply to Bing/Yahoo

Why spend time building nofollow backlinks to only get less than 20% of search engine traffic?

Once you become a real linkbuilder you will never deal with a ‘nofolllowed’ link again.

Getting a link that is nofollowed is a WASTE OF TIME
1. You have to waste time building it
2. It doesn’t help in Google

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6 Comments Post a comment
  1. Aug 6 2010

    I use to feel exactly the same way but have since discovered that many “no follow” links, are actually showing up as inbound links to my site. No, I can’t explain it but it’s good enough for me that I still work to leave valuable links on “no follow” sites.

  2. Thanks for the informative SEO info.

  3. May 8 2013

    Hello! I know this is kinda off topic nevertheless I’d figured I’d ask.
    Would you be interested in trading links or maybe guest authoring a
    blog post or vice-versa? My site covers a lot of the
    same subjects as yours and I believe we could greatly benefit from each other.
    If you might be interested feel free to send me an e-mail.
    I look forward to hearing from you! Excellent blog
    by the way!

  4. Jan 14 2014

    The search engine spiders provide high pageranks to
    these sites that are considered reliable. The backlinks checker is also appropriate in strategizing as they will give you real
    time information on the links that you have. If you want your website
    to get more credibility, better search engine rankings and relevant traffic, one vital thing you need to focus on is getting high quality backlinks
    to your website.

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