This page contains a selection of web pages to give you an overall understanding of adding the Nofollow tag in WordPress, but first, a few brief points to consider.
In the eyes of a search engine the links pointing to your webpage work like the voting system. When you get a link to your page, it’s like someone is voting for the page. Popular pages are listed higher in the search engine results (SERPs.)
Sometimes you want to link to a page but you don’t want to vote for it that’s where the Nofollow tag comes into play. You’re telling the search engine I have included this link but I don’t endorse it.
The Nofollow tag was designed to combat manipulation and link spam.
This post focuses on resources to help you use Nofollow tags in your WordPress site. Have a look at the resources available so you can build a strategy for using the Nofollow tag.
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