Get Latest Tricks Alert Daily
Follow Readers

Never Tag Internal Links with “rel=nofollow” Says Google


You waste an important use of your homepage PR when you don’t link your internal pages or when you link internal pages as nofollow. A PR flows like a river between all pages that you link to. The better the PR flow within your blog the better will your blog get indexed. Robots enjoy crawling content which is well organized in terms of linking. I have already discussed in detail on how to flow the PR juice to internal pages and just today I also published a post discussing the importance of nofollow tags. I shared in detail some steps that can help you better maintain your PR and make good use of it. It is really important that you understand the importance of in-page and off-page link building. The previous post discussed:
when should you link sites with rel="nofollow" tag but great emphasis was made on the fact that all internal links should be kept do follow. 

Matt Cutts from Google “Webmaster help” has given a detailed video explanation on the use of rel="nofollow" tag and he has paid great stress on the fact that all links that point from one page on your blog to another whether they are hyperlinks or anchor tags must be kept dofollow.
Matt Cutts explaining Should Internal Links Use rel="nofollow"?

If you have any questions then feel free to post your query. You will also enjoy these SEO tips:


If you enjoyed this post and wish to be informed whenever a new post is published, then make sure you subscribe to our regular Email Updates!

Subscribe To Get Latest Tricks On Email!



Confused? Feel free to ask

Your feedback is always appreciated. I will try to reply to your queries as soon as time allows.

1. To add HTML CODE in comments then please use our HTML Encoder
2. You can always Try the tutorial on our HTML Editor
3. Please do not spam Spam comments will be deleted immediately upon my review.