Since March 2020, Google is allegedly now seeing the rel=”nofollow” tag as a signal rather than a clear directive to not crawl, index and judge a sites rankings accordingly. So, we’ve decided to figure out what’s really going on and have made 2 websites in which for one will receive nofollow only backlinks, and the other, follow backlinks.
We’ll be sharing the results in due course and for now, this post literally exists to serve as two backlinks to the content.
As we enter March we welcome another wave of new partners, projects, and campaigns. Continuing on from last month, we wanted to update you on developments in the industry and across our services as part of our newsletter series. In the news – You are what you E-A-T – More signals on how to […]
As we go into another year of new challenges and goals, we are always looking to offer more value and support from our services than ever before. We’re launching a monthly newsletter to offer regular insights from the work we do, the industries we work within, and the search landscape as a whole. Below are […]
As millions of people spend more time at home due to COVID-19 measures, the number of people watching TV and streaming online has increased dramatically over the past few months. We decided to analyse the 20 most popular TV shows and animated shows to find out what the world thinks everyone should have watched during […]