Not sure why you quoted me, but:
Shouldn't do anything -- again THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS "DOFOLLOW" -- that value doesn't do anything, it means jack ****. ANYONE telling you it will do something doesn't know enough about HTML or search engines to be flapping their ignorant halfwit gums on the subject.
Originally Posted by adetechblog
VALID VALUES FOR "REL":
alternate, author, bookmark, help, license, next, nofollow, noreferrer, prefetch, cached, prev, search, tag
That's it, that's ALL of them. Anything else is 100% grade A fictional BS, and people just pulling code out of their backside. EVEN if you can trick Facebook into outputting rel="dofollow" it's not going to do a blasted thing! If it DOES work, it's because you tricked it into NOT outputting 'nofollow' in which case you could leave out rel="dofollow" altogether!
Which I STILL doubt would actually work... gee, I wonder why...
Though I wonder why they have that giant set of specific rules when it ends with:
Shouldn't even let it get as far as checking the markup!
So "dofollow"? :/ not quite.
Seriously? I don't think it will really work.. Nice trying, though..
Originally Posted by adetechblog
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Links from Facebook are no follow link. we just get traffic by Facebook .
Social site Facebook are provide good traffic but links on Facebook are nofollow.
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You generally can't control the type of link a site will give you, rather you have to search out doFollow site lists on Webmaster as well as Blackhat sites. Using a browser plugin that shows whether established links are noFollow can speed the search.
There is no way that you can get do-follow backlinks from Facebook. It is a source of traffic not for generating backlinks.
The links which you share on Facebook are of no-follow.
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Facebook only provides nofollow backlinks to users.
I don't think so. Facebook is a social media site that only give traffic to our website. Some how it will help you and give traffic to your website.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for all the bloggers is most important and having good number of quality backlinks for your site is most important.
YESSSS!!! There is a method that I am aware of on how to get a DoFollow Backlink from Facebook!
I wrote an article on the topic which illustrates step by step directions on my new site. I even made a video illustrating this. I will post a link to my site here, directly to the article. Please do not judge!!! The site is only about 3 days old and I am still putting it together. However, the article on how to get a dofollow from Facebook is completely finished and ready for human readers.
I will be posting more on dofollow backlinks such as how to obtain one from Google+, and some other high PR sites.
I have been preparing my materials from research that I have been doing for quite some time. I have a fresh list of 300 DoFollow sites and another list of 60,000 DoFollow sites. I will be posting all of this info at DoFollow.xyz
Supposing just for sake of argument that you are right, how long do you think it will take Facebook to stop it working and/or Google to blacklist it? Don't you get it? Also, trying to fool the system and get a turkey of a site a better rating than it deserves is ultimately a waste of time. Why? Because it is still a turkey of a site.
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In response to your comment above,
Originally Posted by jedaisoul
1st --> "Supposing just for sake of argument that you are right" --
I don't suppose! I am right! There is a thing called "Inspect Element" that shows you the source code and allows you to inspect the element. From there, you can clearly see that the URL is a rel="dofollow".
Ok, moving on to your next question..
2 --> "how long do you think it will take Facebook to stop it working and/or Google to blacklist it?"
Facebook will NOT STOP IT! Facebook is well aware of it and allows it! Do you really think that Facebook doesn't know what goes on in their own home?
Furthermore, the link is obtained through a legitimate Facebook app which is very popular and serves more than just the purpose of getting a DoFollow link from Facebook. Guess who approves all of the Facebook apps that are available on Facebook? Hmmm... Could the answer possibly be Facebook? Yes, that is the correct answer! Facebook has a staff that apps are submitted to. If they pass certification then they are approved. If they don't pass, well, then they are rejected.
Why in the WORLD would Google blacklist a link from Facebook when it is legitimately obtained? If Facebook allows a DoFollow from their site then that is their business. Google has nothing to do with it. Google only blacklists sites that are spammy and associated with spammy linkbuilding tactics. Meaning, they use software to obtain spammy links.
The DoFollows that I have obtained from Facebook are far from SPAM!!! They are perfectly legitimate and I will continue to build them as I see fit.
IF you want to be a skeptic or don't want to take advantage of a DoFollow backlink coming from a PR9 website, then that's your own problem, and I feel sorry for you. You are entitled to your own opinions and you can build links to your own site any way that you please. However, don't come in here insulting my practices after I reveal to you how to legitimately obtain a backlink from a PR9 website.
Next, I am NOT FOOLING the system. You should have looked into my method and actually done a little bit of research before blindly commenting on a topic that you are CLEARLY CLUELESS about!
If you have any further questions for me, I would be glad to answer them for you!
Not true! You need to read my post! You can legitimately obtain as many DoFollows from Facebook as you want!
No, actually, you aren't understanding how the web works, and to be frank your article is full of it.
Originally Posted by plexxer
See my previous post...
In particular pay attention to:
Means that no UA will ever index ANY of the entire domain (making the first ~130 or so lines of that .txt redundant BTW) -- and if it's not indexed, guess what? No links can be followed because it should never even get that far! (which is why saying noindex, nofollow in a META is redundant and stupid too!)
Which means it doesn't matter what the markup says, particularly when THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS DOFOLLOW!!!!!... which means saying rel="dofollow" does but two things particularly when there's a robots.txt present saying not to index THE ENTIRE SITE!!!
Since again, there is NO SUCH THING AS DOFOLLOW OR DOINDEX, the only valid values are NOFOLLOW and NOINDEX -- not that it really matters when ALL search engines are told to not even go through ANYTHING on the domain by the robots.txt; meaning there isn't a blasted thing you can do in your markup to override that!
Now, the META does allow for "index" and "follow", NOT "doindex" and "dofollow" -- the latter being made up bull that I don't know what halfwit started the trend of people trying to use them...
There is NO SUCH THING ON "REL"
Valid values for the "CONTENT" attribute are: "INDEX", "NOINDEX", "FOLLOW", "NOFOLLOW".
Where on REL there's no such thing as NOINDEX either, the ONLY valid value for REL in terms of search engine behavior is nofollow... there is no follow, no dofollow, nada, zip, zilch, nein!
Don't confuse this NOFOLLOW with the rel="nofollow" link attribute.
... and then people wonder why I say most SEO "experts" don't know enough about any web technologies to be flapping their gums on the subject!
Bottom line? The code in your little article doesn't do a blasted thing.
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