27 Oct '12, 8pm

@KariWinfield1 Not really used anymore:

The most sucking issue with nofollow is confusion due to its ongoing semantic morphing. Your great article doesn’t unveil the most popular nofollow-misunderstanding: nofollow doesn’t mean nofollow. > 12. Search Engines follow NoFollow. They have to follow castrated links. Why shouldn’t they fetch the link destination? rel=nofollow just removes the Googlejuice from a link, it is in no way a crawler directive in the sense of the robots exclusion standard. Meanwhile it sometimes even works as intended by its most common misuse: under particular circumstances it can function as crawl delay directive at least. >Yahoo has been known to count NoFollow links as backlinks in SiteExplorer. That’s not only Yahoo, Google lists comdomized links in link: searches too, and BTW that’s 100% compliant to the nofollow-microformat and the introducing blog post as well. Again, the problem is t...

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