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Difference between Dofollow and Nofollow Links in SEO

This article of Geeabo teaches you about the Difference between Dofollow and Nofollow Links in SEO.

Difference Between Dofollow And Nofollow Links In SEO

Friends, Today I will tell you about the difference between Dofollow and Nofollow links.

The motive of this article is to clear your confusion about these two types of link.

When I was started my blogging career, I was unaware of these types of links and at that time I was also want to know about these terms but no one gave me the perfect solution.

So, if you also facing the same problem then don’t worry.

Today I will tell you everything about Dofollow and Nofollow links.

Friends, if you abbreviate these two terms then Dofollow links are more important to the search engines in compare to Nofollow links.

Difference between Dofollow and Nofollow Links in SEO

Read this article carefully to know everything about Dofollow and Nofollow Links In SEO.

I know that in all of your mind many different questions arise. Like-

Which are better?

If Dofollow or Nofollow then how to get these links?

Advantages and Disadvantages of these links? and many more.

I will tell you everything about Dofollow and Nofollow links.

So, stay with me.

Friends, both links are important but before categorizing these two links I want to tell you that do follow links are much better than no follow links.

But here there are some more important terms which you should know.

Page Rank, Domain Authority, etc.

Nofollow Links.

Nofollow links are the links which give value to your website.

With only Nofollow links you can’t grow your business online in less time.

This is also true that only humans are able to follow the links not search engine.

I’m not saying search engines not give value to Nofollow links.

I only want to say that Dofollow links are much better than Nofollow.

One more thing I want to say that it does not matter what type of link you have, the matter is that do you have any type of link or not. 🙂

So, no links are useless. Each has its own value.

An example of Nofollow Link:

<a href=”http://www.example.com/” rel=”nofollow”>Example</a>.

Dofollow Link.

Dofollow links are those links which also give more and more value to your website.

Friends, if you have a blog or a website then you surely want to rank the blog in search engines.

And if you have a blog like this then you must want to rank the website in all the search engines.

Here I’m saying this because Dofollow links are the most important terms to rank any websites in the search engines quickly.

If you have a website with a lot of high pr Dofollow backlinks then surely the website ranks in the front page.

Dofollow links are more important because humans and as well as search engine bots are also able to follow the links.

A few time later, Google clears that they don’t consider Nofollow links.

Let me clear this topic more clear and easy to understand.

Do you know about link-juice?

Friends, before more clear this topic, you should know about link-juice.

Link-Juice – Link juice is referred to the value passed from one page or site to another.

In other words, if an article (Post 1st) links to another article (Post 2nd), then link juice “flows” from Post 1st to Post 2nd and that generally helps Post 2nd rank higher on Google.

Dofollow links allow Google to follow them and reach your website.

An example of Dofollow Link:

<a href=”http://www.example.com/” rel=”dofollow”>Example</a>.

A link from a well-known website that is trusted by the search engines will pass more juice than any other valueless (new, low pr, etc.) website.

Conclusion.

Always try to get Dofollow links.

And if you get Nofollow links, there is also no problem.

But as I mentioned above that search engines give more value to Dofollow links.

And also Dofollow links help your website to rank faster in Google.

My personal recommendation on this topic to you that try to build more and more no. of links either it is Dofollow or Nofollow.

So, this was the difference between Dofollow And Nofollow Links In SEO.

If you have any question or suggestion regarding this article, then feel free to ask me in the comment box below.

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Founder of Geeabo and Managing Editor. He began blogging in 2017.
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