Nofollow Links are Links which are tagged with the "rel" attribute with a value of "nofollow". This tag indicates to a Search Engine that this link should not be used to pass Link Flow® to the Webpage that it points to. Likewise, a “Followable” Link is a link which DOES pass Link Flow® to the Webpage it points to.
The SEO Engine™ detects these Nofollow Links and warns the customer about them. For each Link, the customer can see if it had a “nofollow” tag when SEOENGBot™ visited it. In addition, information about Nofollow Links can be seen on both the Webpage and Website levels.
Nofollow Link Listing
Note: "nofollow" tags will cause the
Link to not pass any Link Flow® at all, and because this Link Flow® will not be diverted to other Links, it will
create a "Dangling Link". Therefore, it is recommended that only if
it is an External Outgoing Link should you think about placing a "nofollow" tag on that Link (usually only in the use case
that the Link is detected as a "Paid Link").