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Matt Cutts On NoFollow Links

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March 13  |  Link Building Videos  |   Ryan Clark

Matt answers an interesting question from a webmaster in Thailand about only using nofollow links throughout his website. I can imagine how confusing this can get for some new webmaster’s out there. What should I append nofollow too, how should I build my internal linking structure and is that going to be seen as a PageRank passing link? Hopefully some of you find this post informative and give new webmasters an idea of how to go about linking without fear of screwing something up.

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Google Follows Twitter Links?

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May 15  |  Link Building  |   Ryan Clark

Well it is not secret that Google doesn’t always pay attention to the nofollow code. Don’t believe me? That’s fine I don’t really care. There’s nothing wrong with a nofollow link in the first place, at least that’s what I think. You have to have them, they’re natural and they make your link profile look good, so what’s going on with Twitter here? Well I’ve done my own testing, so should you, but some folks at Webmaster World got a discussion going on about Twitter links. Seems a brand new site was indexed and ranked pretty quickly from just a Tweet…let me know what you think.

Read more: http://www.webmasterworld.com/google/4131659.htm

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Matt Cutts On NoFollow

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August 27  |  Link Building, Social Bookmarking  |   Ryan Clark

Jen Lopez from SEOmoz met up with Matt Cutts at SES to have a quick chat about NoFollow and its uses. The video is short and doesn’t get into much detail but it’s still a short, fun watch especially if you’re bored at your desk.

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Link Building With Google Code(Nofollow)

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December 4  |  Link Building  |   Ryan Clark

Before I write this post I’m warning everyone that the potential to spam this resource is here and I urge you to only make use of Google Code if you have software that’s open source and Google API related. You don’t want to end up spamming this resource which is owned by Google….I can’t imagine it would go well for you. I’ve been doing some link building for a client that has software and noticed his competitor had a very authitative back link from code.google.com which was nofollow but anchor text friendly. This is a resource for Google API developers and also offers hosting that provides revision control using Subversion.

So this was taken from the project AIMlbot4glider and you can see how a page is layed out for a project. So I know this is a nofollow link, but I’m a firm believer that it’s still beneficial from authitative sites….and this Google we’re talking about. So if you are programming something with the Google API be sure to setup a project page which should be done if the resource is there right?

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Link Building With Blogoculars.com

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December 2  |  Link Building  |   Ryan Clark

Blogoculars.com is a free news source that takes its content from blogs from all walks of life. I’ll mention right out front that 99% of the links with this service are nofollow, but it’s a great place to attract new readers within your niche. Blogoculars has a great user interface and you can submit your blog within seconds which gets you your own Blogoculars Page. The only dofollow link you get is on the right panel under your user bio, although it isn’t anchor text friendly.If you’re done reading and ready to sign up you can add your blog.

What is Blogoculars about?

Blogoculars is a live blogging directory powered by news feeds. Designed for blog writers and readers, we aim to help people find blogs which interest them and help bloggers promote their place on the web. We index a wide variety of blogs which are submitted by users themselves. To add your blog to the site please sign up.

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