** Each time someone figures out what works best for SEO, the algorithm seems to change. The best way to attract search engines to your blog is create amazing content and use words to describe your topic accurately.**
Dofollow links. Nofollow links. What does it all mean?
Blogging can be so confusing when you don’t understand the jargon. In this video, I explain what dofollow link and nofollow link are as well as which you should use in certain situations to make your links benefit your SEO.
As you watch the Educreations video embedded, remember that the internet is a web. There is a reason why we start every website url with WWW, short for world wide WEB. So, if the internet is a big web, the search bots are link spiders crawling the web and they report back to Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc with what they discover.
Adding nofollow coding communicates the links where you do not want to pass along SEO link juice.
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Important things to note about SEO link building
- Any affiliate link on your blog as well as links for paid content should be nofollow links.
- You need nofollow and dofollow links on your blog to prove your blog’s value to a search engine.
- Links should be to relevant content and not randomly placed.