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What’s the difference between do-follow and no follow backlinks?


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do-follow link:

A do-follow link is a link where users can build their backlinks in that website. Building backlinks in do-follow websites might generate more traffic to your site.

no-follow link:

A no-follow link is same as opposite to the do-follow link. Building backlinks to a no-follow website will not give traffic to your site.

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A no-follow backlink is basically a link that does not pass on the SEO benefits of the source site to the blog where the link points to.

A do-follow link, on the other hand, is a link that will pass on the SEO benefits of the website where it is built from to the hyperlinked site. This is the type of backlink that link builders will create for SEO purposes.

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No follow links attributes do not allow search engine bots to follow link.That means if the website owner is linking back to you with no follow attributes, it does not pass on link juice. Only Humans will be able to follow the links. ... Do follow links allow google (all search engines) to follow them and reach our website.

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No follow links:

No follow links are links that are generated with HTML code. These are introduced to reduce some type of the search engine spam. This links do not pass on link juice and so does not boost your creditability and website ranking. Using no follow attribute you can prevent your site from credit passing other site.

Do follow links:

Do follow links are hyperlinks that allow search engine and humans to follow them. They pass through link juice so that it receives links from high-authority sites. They improve your site authority and also boost your SEO effect.

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