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  1. Matt Cutts Says 'Stop' Guest Blogging for SEO: Here's Everything You Need to Know

    Of course, if you know the person writing the blog post well, or want to vouch for them, or if the author is happy to nofollow their links, then that changes the calculation–it's much more likely that someone is looking for a new audience instead...

  2. Recovering from Penalties, Penguin, and Panda

    Clean up the spam and close the comment spam loophole by doing things like putting nofollow on links to discourage it and using CAPTCHA for comments. If you're selling links for traffic, make sure you nofollow them.

  3. Analyzing the 9 Most Common Link Building Strategies [Best of SEW 2010 #2”

    The vast majority of blogs are some variation of Wordpress or Blogspot, which set comment links by default to "nofollow," meaning your website won't receive the link juice. Comment Links Dropping a URL in a comment isn't a big deal, but mixing in...