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    Do-Follow Vs No-Follow

    What is the benefit of Do-Follow and No-Follow backlinks? and between different Do-Follow and No-Follow backlinks.

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    Its like yin and Yan. Serch engine recognise do follow links and they effect positively on your websites page ranking. As for no follow they are just links directing towards your website and they do not make any effect on your website page ranking.

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    A no-follow link is a link that does not count as a point in the page favor it means does not boost page rank and not in page placement on search engines. It means no-follow known as lonely life. So no-follow tags is notice sign for google boot saying "don't count this" for it.
    Do-follow links allow Google to follow them and reach our website. It Giving us link and juice and backlinks. It means do-follows links help to boost web ranking and page replacement on the search engine.

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    Do follow links work as Points in favour of search engine rankings. No Follow links do not, however, you need to have both " Do Follow" and "No Follow" backlinks as this appears natural to Google, which will help your organic search. I would say build 75% of "Do Follow" Links and "25% of "No Follow" links if you are focusing on Search engine optimization. Most Social Media websites offer "No follow" links.

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    there is value for your site with do-follow.

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    Do Follow Links are counted as votes by Google, having more do follow links point to your site will positively impact your organic rankings (If applied correctly). No Follow Links are generally ignored by Google, the reason Google introduced them was to prevent spammers from placing their link everywhere on the Internet. However, its always good to have 10-15% of your backlinks as "No Follow" if you are building backlinks for SEO purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylojoe View Post
    What is the benefit of Do-Follow and No-Follow backlinks? and between different Do-Follow and No-Follow backlinks.

    I think do-follow backlinks gives link juice, but no-follow doesn't.

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    Google records Do Follow Links as part of the "SEO Score", and No Follow websites were created to prevent people from spamming their links on websites for SEO purposes. However its important to have both Do-Follow and No-Follow as this makes your SEO campaign seem natural in the eyes of Google. If you only link from Do-Follow websites, Google might assume you are trying to manipulate their systems, which could lead to a penalty or ban. You should focus on growing your presence online, regardless if the website you are linking from is Do-Follow or No-Follow.

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    Actually would be better for your website and SEO if you wouldn't concentrate of this issue, for sure do-follow links better, but you shouldn't have only do-follow links cause it's more than strange anyway. Correct ? See my point ? I hope so anyway

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