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SEO Rant: The Insidious Nofollow Tag

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Comments

Torben Rick said…
Great - Thanks.

Lets kill no-follow :-)
Tom Pick said…
Thanks for your support in this! WordPress offers a plugin to make blogs dofollow by removing, in the words of the plugin developer, "the evil nofollow attribute." http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/sem-dofollow/
Steven Woods said…
Hopefully, now that there is (potentially) a small resurgence in search competition with Bing working hard to get into the market, that will push the search engineers to move this one forward a bit...
Tom Pick said…
Thanks for the comment Steve. Are you saying that Bing ignores nofollow?

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