WordPress SEO Comments and rel=nofollow article updated March 2014. Google no longer honors the nofollow tag! Instead of protecting the PR/link benefit it used to conserve for non nofollow links, it now DELETES the PR/link benefit! Stupid move by Google as it again forces webmasters to look for alternatives to nofollow to protect PR/link benefit like using javascript when linking to sites we do not wish to promote! My SEO advice is do not use rel=”nofollow” on any website if you care about search engine optimization. To get around this WordPress SEO issue I created a SEO WordPress Theme that instead of using normal links to link to comment authors URLs it uses form button links (Google ignores them, no […]

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