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4 Reasons Nofollowing All Links Is Absurd

Is nofollow the Future

Google is targeting links in spammy or low-quality guest blogs, and if you have these types of links you should absolutely nofollow them. But moving forward, should we expect to change all links in a marketing campaign to nofollow? No. Here's why. Google is targeting links in spammy or low-quality guest blogs, and if you have these types of links you should absolutely nofollow them. But moving forward, should we expect to change all links in a marketing campaign to nofollow? No. Here's why. 0 Comments

Don't Stick a Fork in Guest Blogging Yet...

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Google's Matt Cutts has issued a warning shot to low-quality guest blogs. No one would argue that spammers haven't been abusing guest blogging, but it can be done with integrity, and quality. Here's why guest blogging won't go away in 2014. Google's Matt Cutts has issued a warning shot to low-quality guest blogs. No one would argue that spammers haven't been abusing guest blogging, but it can be done with integrity, and quality. Here's why guest blogging won't go away in 2014. 0 Comments

Patch.com, Huffington Post Dominate Google News Results [Study]

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A Searchmetrics analysis of news sources in Google's search results over several hundred thousand keywords in March 2013 shows that Patch.com had the most visibility, followed by Huffington Post, Disney’s Go.com, NYTimes.com and WashingtonPost.com. A Searchmetrics analysis of news sources in Google's search results over several hundred thousand keywords in March 2013 shows that Patch.com had the most visibility, followed by Huffington Post, Disney’s Go.com, NYTimes.com and WashingtonPost.com. 0 Comments