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One the most common mistakes that many Webmasters and SEOs make is that they misuse the robots.txt, the META-robots and the rel=nofollow. All the above affect the indexing, the crawling and the PageRank distribution and as a result they can heavily affect the SEO status of a website and its rankings. In this article we will see what is their impact on SEO and how you should use them to improve the rankings of your website.
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from Sebastian 1449 Days ago #
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I appreciate REP reminders, especially when they come with so few minor (and very geeky, like a missing 'none' directive) issues. This article is worth reading, and deserves a bookmark. Bump.



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from bbriniotis 1448 Days ago #
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Thanks Sebastian, I forgot to mention the 'none' value of metarobots. BTW i added it in the post. :)



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