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Website Linking Strategies and The No Follow tag
By: Paul Easton
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    There is an easy way to identify these types of links, if you use the Web Browser, Firefox which I highly recommended. It is a good alternative to Internet Explorer as its very clean and easy to use.

    It has an Search Engine Marketing add on which, when installed and turned on, it will show you the no follow links highlighted in red.

    Also, while searching in Google, it will show a large amount of information on links to the listings, age of the site, alexa ranking etc.

    Download it here:


    Another method that has been used to acquire links, is that of posting comments on blogs. This has resulted in a rash of posting comments only for return links. Wordpress, one of the most used blog open source software platforms, has made all the comment links no follow in order to combat this.

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