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NoFollow Links in Press Releases? How To Revise Your Press Release Strategy

Profile photo of xian Submitted by xian August 16, 2013 Website: www.billhartzer.com

Recently, Google took the position that press releases were simply link schemes, advertorials for a business. Therefore, all links in press releases should have the nofollow attribute added to the links, so that the press release does not pass any SEO (Search Engine Optimization) value to the website it’s linking to. Take a look at the video.


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    This got many people alarmed but really, it’s just a stern warning from Google. And knowing them, we just have to follow and there will be no harm done. Your decision to post tips is really timely.

    Thanks for the tips too, they’re spot on. :)

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