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  1. Arti says:

    If you’re using a CMS like WordPress, most good third party comment tools have alrea Check with your comment service provider if you are unsure. If you’re using a CMS like WordPress, most good third party comment tools have already implemented rel=”nofollow”. Google has been quite clear about this. With these latest updates from Google, many will update these with rel=”ugc”. On the Google’s webmaster blog, they gave important information about the value of nofollow links: On the Google’s webmaster blog, they gave important information about the value of nofollow links: On the Google’s webmaster blog, they gave important information about the value of nofollow links: On the Google’s webmaster blog, they gave important information about the value of nofollow links: On the Google’s webmaster blog, they gave important information about the value of nofollow links: On the Google’s webmaster blog, they gave important information about the value of nofollow links: With these latest updates from Google, many will update these with rel=”ugc”. On Tuesday this week, Google announced on their blog the introduction of two new link attributes: “sponsored” and “ugc”. Knowing what’s going to happen with Google’s search algorithm going forward is always full of speculation, but that doesn’t mean it’sn’t fun to guess.

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