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    How to Add Nofollow Tag Attribute to a Link in WordPress

    January 23, 2013
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    Nofollow and dofollow are two most commonly used words in SEO. I have already got it covered earlier, and if you missed it, it’s a good time to learn about them: What is Dofollow and Nofollow links Specially after Google panda update, when we link out to any domain, we have to be sure that it’s a good website. If your article requires you to link some hacking, porn or any sites which you might ...

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    How Google Treats Affiliate Links : SEO

    June 28, 2012
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    One of the major concern of most of the Affiliate marketer is dealing with affiliate links from SEO perspective. One major way to make sure your affiliate site grows and doesn’t get penalized due to affiliate links is by making sure you adding value to your layer of content. An affiliate site should also be promoted and maintained like any other high-quality site. I have a Webhosting affiliate site and most of the time, I have 1-2 ...

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    BlogSpot Advanced SEO Preference: Robots.txt, Redirection, Meta Tag

    March 23, 2012
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    Today, seems to be a happy Blogger day for BlogSpot user as BlogSpot added some of the advanced SEO options for Blogger blogs. We will dive into all the new feature in details after a break but let me start with some of the out of the topic talk. When ever we pitch about BlogSpot Vs. WordPress, we always give WordPress an edge in terms of SEO. By adding new SEO features in BlogSpot, Google ...

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    [BlogSpot SEO] Simple Script to Optimize Your Blog for SEO

    August 5, 2011
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    This post is rather intended to blogs run on blogger than to ones on WP because WP users have the platform to make their blog SEO optimized whereas those on blogger do not. They need to manually add alt & title tags to their images and specify a rel=”nofollow” & target=”_blank” for external links that they use in their post editor. Specially it’s a wise advice to keep your external links (Non useful) nofollow and ...

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    Understand DoFollow & Nofollow Link: SEO Basics

    February 27, 2011
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    When ever we talk about search engine optimization, some of the common words are noindex, doindex, nofollow, dofollow, meta robots and so on. All the words hold equal importance in the book of SEO. In this post I will be explaining about Nofollow and Dofollow. Specially for newbies who are new to SEO or people who are still not clear about Nofollow or dofollow, this post will be useful. Did You Know? Nofollow is an ...

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    Wikipedia SEO Strategies : Why WikiPedia Rank Higher in Google

    October 13, 2010
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    As a SEO learner, one of the best way to learn is by looking at search engine optimization techniques on some of the popular and Google favored site. This will help a lot to understand what your blog is missing and how you can make your blog internal SEO better. Here we will look into Wikipedia SEO strategies, which will help you to learn more about On page SEO and you can take away 2-3 ...

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    Should You Keep your Blog Comments as Dofollow or Nofollow?

    June 24, 2010
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    Dofollow and nofollow tag attributes are one of the most common used words. If you are new to it, I’m going to explain what we mean when we say a blog is ‘dofollow’ or ‘nofollow‘.? Search engines use links to go through all the sites on the web. How it does that is, its bots crawl through a single website and then it looks for links within that website. Upon finding a link, the bot follows ...

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    Google Page Prank or Google Page rank?

    March 4, 2010
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    If you are a Blogger, I’m sure you are aware of Google page rank and if I’m not wrong, like all other blogger you also believe a high page rank is a big metric for checking the authority and quality of Blog. Though, there are many like me who don’t care about Page rank apart from another way to show off your site ranking. For an example, how many of you consider Alexa ranking to ...

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