Big Bill wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Aug 2005 08:51:34 +0000 (UTC), "T.J." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>How does Google react to rel="nofollow" ?
>>I put a brand new page up at the weekend which
>>only has 1 link pointing to it using rel="nofollow"
>>and within 48hrs it was indexed in Google.
> It means it won't credit you with anything from the passing page. get
> an ibl from a PR10 page and it won't pass any PR. For those who care
> about these things.
I don't think it ever be followed either, unless you count actual users. It
isn't just a matter of credit, but it also supresses also attention
(bandwidth) from crawlers. It allows you to control leakage of PR, which is
probably a bad thing over the long term... the death of citations and
Roy S. Schestowitz