What are DoFollow NoFollow Backlinks for Beginners (Newbie)
Free quality SEO Backlinks are most impartant part of SEO technique. Backlinking with other sites is an efficient SEO tactic to rank well in search engines. I just say every time to my visitors that getting free backlinks is not difficult but the thing is that you have to get some top quality backlinks from properly ranking websites. If you’re creating variety of backlinks from varied web sites but you don’t know which is the best and high backlink or not? The beginner’s are also confused about DoFollow NoFollow Backlinks. That’s why I am going to create this post where you may learn about dofollow nofollow backlinks technique. So let’s get into element of this issue of Search Engine Optimization.
1) DoFollow links:
By default all links are dofollow links in SEO terminology. To begin with Google bots/spiders/crawlers when crawl your website they find external links point to other various websites. After that if links are DoFollow I mean if there is no any nofollow attribute (rel=”nofollow”) in coding of that link then Google bots follow all links and link juice gets handed. For example;
<a href=”www.bloghatworld.com” rel=”dofollow”> BlogHatWorld </a>
<a href=”www.bloghatworld.com” rel=”external”> BlogHatWorld </a>
Note: In the above code there is rel=”dofollow” and rel=”external”, its mean this link is dofollow link or if there is no any attribute from these codes that link also will be handled as “DoFollow” link. Then these link will get transferred the value of link juice in the term of SEO.
SEO Tip: Don’t buy backlinks from any site. Simply begin creating quality backlinks manually from various well rank websites or start commenting on dofollow blog sites, dofollow forums and more…
2) NoFollow Links:
NoFollow links are those links which Google bots don’t follow and do not pass link juice value to other linking pages. For example;
<a href=”www.bloghatworld.com” rel=”nofollow”> BlogHatWorld </a>
In this above coding there is one nofollow attribute like rel=”nofollow”, its mean that Google bots will not follow this link and will not pass link juice. But nofollow links are just for Google crawlers not for readers. Readers can still get benefits from these nofollow links by clicking on that link. For example if you commented on blogs or forum or give answer of questions, might your comments attract readers they usually want to know more about you. And you can get visitors from these nofollow links as well.
Use of DoFollow NoFollow Backlinks:
- We can use DoFollow links at these places:
- Related content,
- Content that’s helpful for visitors,
- Internal links.
We can use NoFollow links at these Places:
- Affiliate links,
- Irrelevant content,
- Sponsored links,
- Footer links
How to check DoFollow NoFollow Backlinks?
You can check links are DoFollow or NoFollow in coding by right click of that page (For Chrome & Firefox Browser) and choose “View Page Source” option or (Ctrl+U) short key from keyboard. In the search box type “Anchor Text” of link by pressing (Ctrl+F) and you’ll see if links are dofollow or nofollow.
Some Information about Links:
There is some name of links but newbie’s are confused to understand these links meaning. Let me explain these links.
Backlinks: Basically these links are called dofollow links and search engine robots give respect these kinds of links.
Inbound Links: Inbound Links are those links which come from other site to your sites.
Outbound Links: Outbound links are those links which go to other sites from your site.
External Links: External Links are same like outbound links which go to other sites from your site.
Internal Links: Internal links are those links where you connect your pages with one another inside the site.