Does rel="nofollow" but high page rank links beneficial at ranking ?1 Recommended Answer
for example pr 3 4 5 6 blog pages. rel nofollow. i will comment with anchor text. would they benefit me at search rankings ?
>>> would they benefit me at search rankings ?
This is where I once disagree a bit with -Archie_Watt- ...
I say it's extremely hard to know whether such links count for ranking or not. We know they don't pass PR, that's right, but we don't really know what else Google does with them. I'd say they must count for something depending from where they come. To have links from a spammy blog would probably be worthless, whereas one from an authority may well count a bit, regardless of any "nofollow" on it ...
The vast majority of real blogs are no-follow, thus real links from blogs would also be no-follow.
Did I say so?
>>> many believes that they even contribute to PR
That's wrong, they don't pass PR, that's for sure -
- but as we always say PR and rankings haven't got much to do with another, influence of nofollowed links on rankings could still be possible.
>>> Can anyone explain why i would rank
>>> higher without any Do follow backlinks
I suppose we're talking about www*springcleanwindows*co*uk ?
Here's some of your 'do-follow' links
Some community members might have badges that indicate their identity or level of participation in a community.
Member levels indicate a user's level of participation in a forum. The greater the participation, the higher the level. Everyone starts at level 1 and can rise to level 10. These activities can increase your level in a forum:
- Post an answer.
- Having your answer selected as the best answer.
- Having your post rated as helpful.
- Vote up a post.
- Correctly mark a topic or post as abuse.
Having a post marked and removed as abuse will slow a user's advance in levels.
View profile in forum?
To view this member's profile, you need to leave the current Help page.
Report abuse in forum?
This comment originated in the Google Product Forum. To report abuse, you need to leave the current Help page.
Reply in forum?
This comment originated in the Google Product Forum. To reply, you need to leave the current Help page.