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  • #5906

    Carlos
    Participant

    Hi,

    I wonder the following:
    When I use the MozBar tool to analyze Followed, No-Followed, External & Internal links, I see that with the demo of CasinoAce Theme, and also with my sites, the casino links in the tables/banners are Followed links.
    See screenshot:
    https://prnt.sc/owx1pw

    Does that have consequences with regard to SEO?
    Should this not be a No-Followed link, see the code in the screenshot:
    https://prnt.sc/owx1hg

    Different affiliate casino sites sometimes have / don’t (no) -followed links, see the screenshots:
    https://prnt.sc/owx1v2
    https://prnt.sc/owx1xx

    If this does have an SEO effect, does the code have to be added manually somewhere or do you know a wordpress plugin for this?
    Maybe there is a setting in CasinoAce theme or that this has already been programmed by you underwater?

    #5909

    Man Sh
    Participant

    Hey,

    Those are Internal Dofollows, they don’t matter and are generally giving an idea to search engines how your website is structured.
    Good question though, will wait to see an admin’s reply.

    #6003

    admin
    Keymaster

    Hi Carlos,

    The nofollow attribute is only to the affiliate links and as you can see in the demo of the plugin the logos in the toplist have the links to the reviews page and not to affiliate links.

    #6017

    Carlos
    Participant

    Hi, Tnx for your reply.

    Ok, now I understand.
    The logos on my site do not have review links but affiliate links, because no url has been added in the settings, so I will find out now. So you always have to provide a link for reviews! This is perhaps something for an update to the theme: there are users who do not always want to create reviews 🙂
    I will, in any case, create reviews in a few weeks.

    So specify an asterisk #? Or something else for now?

    See screenshot:
    https://prnt.sc/p13msv

    #6098

    admin
    Keymaster

    Hi Carlos,

    If you don’t want to have reviews you can always leave the field “Review Single URL” empty. (Without the #)
    This way the review button is going to be hidden.

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