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Posts Tagged ‘Google Webmaster Guidelines’

Should I Nofollow Internal Links? – Matt Cutts

Google’s Matt Cutts ends up answering the should I nofollow internal links question by answering a specific case study: Should “back to top” links have nofollow? Should internal links use nofollow? Matt recommends to never nofollow internal links, unless there’s a specific and logical reason.

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SEO Resources List

Screaming Frog MOZ – Learn SEO 301 Redirects – How to Properly Move WordPress to a New Domain Without Losing SEO Google Webmaster Guidelines Google Webmaster Tools Yoast SEO WebMeUp – SEO Dashboard Google’s 200 Ranking Factors: The Complete List – Backlinko

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Paid links – Getting paid without Google kicking your ass!

I run a couple of paid links here on Designparc that are industry and category specific. And since I don’t want Google to kick my ass over passing PageRank, I added “nofollow” tags to all of those paid links. A few companies who wanted to place paid links on Designparc got pissed off when I…

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Google hates your link exchange violations!

Google cares about the quality of the links pointing “to” your site! On the other hand, Google’s not a big fan of excessive link exchanging (“Link to me and I’ll link to you”) methods. “The best way to get other sites to create relevant links to yours is to create unique, relevant content… It is…

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