do not link

do not link

Most of us know that linking to a questionable website will stengthen its position in search engines. But using donotlink.com when linking to questionable websites will prevent your links from improving these websites’ position in search engines. I’ll definitely make use of this in the near future.

(via Jon)

9 Comments leave a comment below

  1. That is an interesting piece of info. Thanks for sharing

  2. Thanks for this. Great source!

  3. What a fantastic tool! I’m surprised I haven’t already heard of this from Daring Fireball, who really ought to use it more. :) I think I’ll go send this to him right now.

  4. And if you still want to not support a linked website yet not improve donotlink.com ranking at the same time, you can just do the simple rel=”nofollow” attribute.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nofollow

    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/96569?hl=en

  5. When I’m unsure if a website’s in a “bad neighbourhood” I do what Guy mentions. Straightforward.

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  7. Just used Do Not Link for the first time in a post where I want to debunk some high-profile coverage. Yay!

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