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    Do follow and No follow

    Iíve come across this dofollow and nofollow topic quite several times in many forums and Iíve replied to them as per my knowledge. What I know is secondary, but I want to know clearly about the topic and how far they would impact in popularizing the website.

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    Re: Do follow and No follow

    jst open open any bookmarking site and view its new or stories.then select title or the link and by right click go to view source if you find rel="Dofollow" then it is dofollow and if there is rel="NoFollow" then it's nofollow.If you find that there is no rel displayed then it is dofollow.FireFox Mozilla is also providing Addons to check the link is dofollow or not.

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    Re: Do follow and No follow

    An easier way is to use a plugin that will automatically tell you if a link is a do or no follow as you view the page. Im using SEO quake.

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    Re: Do follow and No follow

    firefox has a plugin for do follow and nofollow.. use it

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    Re: Do follow and No follow

    No-follow (Not giving SEO benefit)
    Do-follow(Gives SEO benefit, followed by Search engines)

    Google will not crawl no-follow links but still some other search engines will count no-follow links.
    No-follow links can still bring referral traffic.

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    Re: Do follow and No follow

    Quote Originally Posted by suzee_lk View Post
    No-follow (Not giving SEO benefit)
    Do-follow(Gives SEO benefit, followed by Search engines)

    Google will not crawl no-follow links but still some other search engines will count no-follow links.
    No-follow links can still bring referral traffic.
    U said it and also expecting some list of SE which consider nofollow

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    Re: Do follow and No follow

    Thanks for the explanation!

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    Re: Do follow and No follow

    I read in this forum about the Firefox Addon - SEO Quake. You can also use it.
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    Re: Do follow and No follow

    Dofollow links can pass PR juice and they are counted as backlinks by google...
    Nofollow links wont pass PR juice but some other search engines still counted them as backlinks.

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    Re: Do follow and No follow

    Based on my experienced you dofollow is not necessary on getting backlinks, as long as the links is related. You can still improved rankings even you have links from nofollow site. Dofollow links are for those who are so crazy about their PR.
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