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  1. The Art of Sculpting, or There's Nothing Wrong with Knowing SEO

    There have been much discussion recently about using the “nofollowattribute to sculpt a website's PageRank for ranking purposes, a practice commonly known as PR Sculpting. So there is really no data to support the fact that properly-executed PR...

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  2. Search Headlines & Links: June 14, 2006

    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. More and more research is providing hard data to support...

  3. 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. More and more research is providing hard data to support...

  4. Google's Matt Cutts On Link Selling: Sites Might Not Pass Reputation; Buyers Might Get Targeted More

    But in those cases, he recommends using the nofollow attribute as a way to tell a search engine you aren't trying to put something over on them. Back to Matt, he reiterates that link buying isn't bad if you're just looking for "click traffic, to...

  5. Google Toolbar's AutoLink & The Need For Opt-Out

    Finally, just weeks ago, Google acknowledged that publishers should have MORE ability to control their links through the introduction of the nofollow link attribute. Even better, I'd encourage them to lobby for a single standard type of opt-out...