__/ [ Davémon ] on Tuesday 02 May 2006 17:07 \__
> John Bokma arranged shapes to form:
>> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> In short, they rel="nofollow" real sites that are very relevant.
>> I am amazed that Google supported the whole nofollow idea in the first
>> place. It doesn't stop comment spam / wiki spam in any way.
No, it doesn't. It just takes more brute force to plague wikis/blogs/whatever
that don't sport rel="nofollow".
> Supported? I thought they invented it:
That's exactly right.
> The point was never to stop your blog / wiki being spammed, but rather to
> protect their sacred 'page-rank' formula from being abused.
That's what everybody says. How convenient (for them).
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