Tutorial:How to add Nofollow tag/attribute to external Links/Affiliates Links

In my previous post I had described differences between Dofollow and Nofollow links and how you can change your entire Blogspot and WordPress blog/website dofollow or Nofollow. Today in the further series of Dofollow and Nofollow I will teach you how you can change particular links to Nofollow links. Google is not in favor of dofollow links to affiliate(paid) Links. So you need to add Nofollow attribute to your external links especially if you are writing about work at home jobs, adding banners in your blogspot blogs besides Google Ads or your blog is about Affiliate marketing. I did same mistake. While writing several post I had given full credit (dofollow Links) to particular sites in Network to increase traffic to your blog and my some other posts too. As a result this blog’s Pagerank is still on 2. It is not changed since last year. Pagerank  is very imp to drive traffic/SEO

How Internal link should be?

Internal links should be dofollow because they connect to your previous posts. It will point to your domain only so internal links should be dofollow.

How External Links should be?

External links are links that are pointing to other domains. So lets say I’m writing google.com in  in my post that means  It is pointed from yaio to Google. So I’m sharing my link juice to google or anyother x.y.z website. This is not good for our blog/website. If you get links pointed to your domain is good but links pointed from your domain will hurt your SEO work.

How to add nofollow attribute/tag to external links?

you  have to put in this rel=”nofollow” tag

Example:

<a rel=”nofollow” href=”www.AffiliateLink/?r=name”>Click Here To Sign Up</a>
OR

<a href=”www.AffiliateLink/?r=name” rel=”nofollow”>Click Here To Sign Up</a>

 how to do the nofollow tag and open the click to a new window:

Edit your post and click on HTML.

<a href=”www.AffiliateLink/?r=name”rel=”nofollow”target=”_blank”>Click Here</a>

or you can add rel=”nofollow” before href. Both are same

How to add nofollow tag and open the click in same window:

<a href=”www.AffiliateLink/?r=name”rel=”nofollow”target=”_self”>Click Here</a>

Difference between new window and same window option is

rel=”nofollow”target=”_blank” and rel=”nofollow”target=”_self”

I think this tutorial will help you identifying links and how to change attributes . By default most hosting site’s post links are set to dofollow. So change it as fast as you can. If you like this post please share.

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