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    Should affiliate links be given follow or no-follow tag?

    Should affiliate links be given follow or no-follow tag?

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    Google's John Mueller said that if you can, it is best to use the rel=sponsored link attribute on your affiliate links. You can still use nofollow or combine them if you want, but it would make things clearer for Google if you uses rel=sponsored. ... And to be more complete: affiliate links are not bad

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    Google's John Mueller said that if you can, it is best to use the rel=sponsored link attribute on your affiliate links. You can still use nofollow or combine them if you want, but it would make things clearer for Google if you uses rel=sponsored. ... And to be more complete: affiliate links are not bad.

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    Nofollow vs. dofollow. From the technical point of view, the only difference between a nofollow link and a standard “dofollow” link is the presence of the rel=”nofollow” tag. The practical difference is that nofollow links do not pass the link equity (also known as “link juice”).

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    The nofollow tag is a way publishers can tell search engines not to count some of their links to other pages as “votes” in favor of that content. ... The nofollow tag is a way publishers can tell search engines not to count some of their links to other pages as “votes” in favor of that content.

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    Google's John Mueller said that if you can, it is best to use the rel=sponsored link attribute on your affiliate links. You can still use nofollow or combine them if you want, but it would make things clearer for Google if you uses rel=sponsored. ... And to be more complete: affiliate links are not bad.

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