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  1. Digg Goes Nofollow to Reduce Spam

    Social bookmarking site Digg is incorporating the Nofollow tag to a bunch of links in order to reduce spam. In their blog post announcing the change, Digg was not specific on how popular a link would have to be in order to get the Nofollow tag...

  2. Daily SearchCast, June 14, 2006: MySpace To Auction Search Traffic; Google Picasa Gets Photo Sharing; NY State Says Shame On Google Video; Is That Google Earth In My Coffee Table? & More!

    The nofollow attribute, created to slow down link spam, has not worked, IMO, I actually had to pull comments and trackbacks completely from my blog after 3 years of them being enabled. Not Obeying NoIndex Meta Tag?

  3. Daily SearchCast, June 2, 2006: NoFollow Changes Linking, Reputation Management, DOJ Wants Records, Microsoft's Planned Investment and much & More!

    Jeremy Zawodny posts his commentary on the NoFollow tag after finding an interesting blog entry on how the NoFollow attribute has changed linking behavior. NoFollow has done very little to actually thwart comment spam, and its other effect is to...