to NoFollow Link Converter

DoFollow to NoFollow Link Converter

Everyone knows SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a process of getting Organic traffic for your blog. But, before learning SEO, you need to learn about some key terms related to SEO. The main terms are ‘Do-Follow’ and ‘No-Follow’.

So, what is the meaning of these terms?

Don’t worry, I will be explaining these terms in detail in the following guide!

What is a DoFollow link?

A Do-Follow Link is an HTML attribute of the link tag that specifies Search Engine Bot to count the link as an inbound link.

The number of Do-Follow links to your page is a primary contributor to the Search Engine Result Page (SERP). Below is an example of HTML code of a do-follow link

<a href=“”>HackerzTrickz</a>

One of the most important things to remember is that in the case of Do-follow links, the Quality matters over quantity. An inbound link from Times Of India is much important than 50 links from small and unpopular blogs.

What is a NoFollow link?

Initially, when the search engine like Google started using inbound links in its algorithm for SERP (Search Engine Results Page). Many so-called bloggers started spamming their links in other blog’s comments to get follow links. Even, people started posting links in the reference section of Wikipedia. These black-hat practices start affecting Google’s search results.

In the year 2005, Google’s Matt Cutts and Jason Shellen resolved this issue by introducing the ‘No-Follow’ attribute.

The No-Follow attribute commands the search engine bot not to count the link as an inbound link.

HTML Syntax for No-Follow links

<a href=”” rel=”nofollow”>Your Text</a>

Now, Google counts the comment section’s link under the No-Follow attribute. Even, Wikipedia marks all the reference article links under the ‘No-Follow’ attribute. Generally, all the paid links are marked under the No-Follow attribute.

Difference between DoFollow and NoFollow:

DoFollow NoFollow
It is by default. You need to mark the no-follow attribute.
It boosts up the website’s credibility. It does not boost up website’s credibility
It automatically ensures that the target site will be crawled. It does not automatically ensure that the target site will not be crawled.
Syntax: <a href=“”>HackerzTrickz</a> Syntax: <a href=”” rel=”nofollow”>HackerzTrickz</a>

[Bonus] Important Changes in Google Algorithm

Recently, Google announced that there will be the No-Follow link will impact the SERP. But, the no-follow link will have a good impact if placed at the top of the article while placing it in the lower part of the article, this will have the least impact.