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The Difference Between Follow Links and No Follow Links

Mark Anderson - Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Those new to SEO might be wondering what all the hullabaloo is about follow links vs. no follow links. Confused? Not to worry, we’re going to clear it all up. [source: wordstream.com]

What is a Follow Link?

To really understand what is going on with follow vs. no follow links, we need to provide a bit of background about how links work in the realm of SEO. When a site page gets an inbound link, which is a hyperlink pointing to that page, the page gets a small SEO boost. Think of a link as a point, and the more links you have, the more points. More Points = Winning, like Charlie Sheen. More

Google+ and SEO Backlinking

Marion Michele Brown - Saturday, January 11, 2014

So what's the deal with all this backlinking? What links are nofollow and what links are dofollow? It sounds confusing because, even on the same site or social media platforms, one link in a specific place can generate a follow, where in another place it will generate a nofollow. You've got to know what links to put where in order for you to reap the benefits of having them. This is especially important on your Google+ Personal Profile and your Google+ Business Page. More