Among the several factors that affect your website’s position on Google’s search, No-Follow Attribute is one.
Have you ever heard about No-Follow Attribute? Do you know what exactly is No-Follow?
No-Follow is a characteristic that restricts backlink to a specific website or blog created with unethical means of off-page SEO activities. With this thought, Google on January 1, 2005 released the No-Follow Update to keep a strict control on outbound link quality. Spammy blog comments and spammy links came to an end with a significant impact on quality graph of link building activities. This in turn was a major change experienced by business owners at a point where many websites were spammed because of low quality outbound links.
With this update, Google started to keep an eye to put a strict control over low quality links with an assurance to create a significant and qualitative impact on link building activities.