What are follow vs. no follow links for SEO & how to create and use follow and no follow links!
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Here is what you should add to your HTML link tags to make a regular link become a no follow link:
In this tutorial I explain the difference between no follow links and follow links. I also explain what exactly no follow links are because there is quite a bit of confusion about this topic by new webmasters and new SEO marketers.
The default for a link is to be a regular link which is a do-follow link. Google created the concept of no follow links to distinguish between links that pass link juice to the websites to which they link, and ones that don’t.
Social media links tend to be no follow as default, and you can add the no follow tag to links on your site to make sure that you do not lose link juice when you link to other sites.
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