How to create one dofollow and other no follow links?

GertrudeAvelar

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Hello

Right click on your browser and click “View page source”. Next, look for the link in the HTML of the page. If you see a rel=”nofollow” attribute, that link is nofollowed. Otherwise, the link is dofollow.
 

Nizam18

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Dofollow is simply the default state for a link. Said another way, any link without the nofollow attribute is a dofollow link. When another website links to yours with a standard (aka dofollow) link, it can directly affect search engine rankings.
 

Marc van Leeuwen

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How i can write in ms word an article with one main dofollow and other nofollow links?
You can not do that in MS word, you have to do it in HTML and when you view your link on browser, it will be nofollow or dofollow like this example
Standard link in this example is follow link, you don't need to add dofollow in your link, search engines will understand that as dofollow links. Vise versa, you need to add rel="nofollow" into your link to make them as nofollow backlinks/links.

dofollow-and-nofollow-link.jpg
 

wandagonzales31

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All links are dofollow by default. To see if it's a nofollow ,type ctrl+u for page source then ctrl+f and type in nofollow if you see a rel="nofollow" that indicated that your link is not a dofollow
 
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