Nofollow Links vs. Follow Links: All You Need to Know

January 30, 2024

“Dofollow” links (also known as “follow” links) are the standard type of hyperlink on the web. In HTML code, a follow link looks like this:<a href="https://example.com/">Click here</a>Here, the absence of any of the above “rel” attributes means it's a follow link. In fact, some sites such as Forbes only use nofollow attributes for external links (links that point to other websites). This applies both to links pointing to other sites from your site and links pointing to your site. This applies both to links pointing to other sites from your site and links pointing to your site.

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