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  1. This is really helpful! I was under the impression that I only had to use no follow links on my sponsored posts but could use do follow links if I was just sent a product for consideration. I’m going to have to go back and change those right away!

    xo, Liz

  2. This was super helpful, I was always confused when people talked about this! So, I have to get an add-on for wordpress in order for them to add a no-follow link? I’m deff going to do more research on this! Thanks so much love xxx

    • I’m glad you think so! It is such a confusing topic, but so important! Yeah, I think you can edit the coding, but that option seems so difficult! I found an odd on that I’ve struggled to find again, but it makes the whole thing so much easier! I hope you find it xx

  3. I’m so glad you wrote this and no follow links have confused me for what feels like forever now! I think I understand them now! X

    Kate// itskaterose.com

  4. Great post hun! I wish I had known about DA etc years ago, as I’ve been blogging for years but didnt have a URL, grrrr. You live and learn!
    Kate x

  5. Super helpful. All of a sudden heard so much about this and not really known enough about it. How do you know if a link is a no follow link though?

    a life of a charlotte

    • I’m glad you think so! You have to change it, if you link something without marking it as no follow it will be follow. On blogger it’s a lot simple to tick the box, but for wordpress there are plugins that you can download which make it just as easy, I tried to find the one I use, but struggled to find it. Should be a case of a quick google xx

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