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Google säger att det inte finns någon skillnad i SEO-värde mellan Nofollow, UGC eller sponsrade länkattribut

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Google Says There Is No Difference In SEO Value Between Nofollow, UGC Or Sponsored Link Attributes


Googles John Mueller bekräftat vad det har jag tror sagt tidigare, att det inte är skillnad i fråga om SEO value between the three link attributes. Google supports nofollow and also UGC and sponsored link attributes. In terms of the difference in SEO värde, det finns inget sådant, de gör alla samma sak – vilket är att inte skicka något länkvärde från källsidan.

John was asked “is a nofollow bakåtlänk better, equal or worse than an ugc and a sponsored bakåtlänk?” John responded on Twitter “there’s no practical difference in terms of “SEO-value” for the site you’re linking to.”

So why are there different attributes, that is for Google on its own end.

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Google Follow Feature Recommends Descriptive Titles For RSS Feed & Using A Single Feed (Not Multiple)

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Google Follow Feature Recommends Descriptive Titles For RSS Feed & Using A Single Feed (Not Multiple)

Google has made a couple of tweaks to the documentation for the Follow Feature in Google Search. Google added you should use (1) descriptive titles for your RSS feed and (2) a single feed even if you have multiple.

The Google Follow feature lets people follow a website and get the latest updates from that website in the Following tab within Discover in Chrome. Currently, the Follow button is a feature that’s available to signed-in users in English in the US that are using Chrome Android. Google first added these help docs back in September 2021. Google has now updated them to add these lines:

Descriptive Titles for RSS Feeds

Google skrev that you should “use a brief but descriptive title for your RSS feed, just like you would for a web page.” Google recommends using “Google Search Central Blog” while Google does not recommend using “RSS Feed or Central Blog.”

Single Feed

Google changed the multiple feeds section to read “If you have multiple feeds on your website (for example, a news website with RSS feeds for the front page, business section, and technology), we recommend that you add a link element to a single feed that makes sense for that page. A single feed is easier to maintain, and is a better user experience when people are subscribing to your content. For example, if the article is about technology, specify the technology feed in the link element.”

Adding “Alternatively, you can add multiple feeds in order of your preference. For example, you might prefer that people follow the feed for the front page, then the business section, then technology, in that order. Google uses this information to understand more about how multiple feeds are used across your site.”

Here is what the Follow feature looks like in Chrome:

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