Business.com removes the nofollow from links

 
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Previously we discussed about Business.com inserting the nofollow attribute in their listings.

Now they decided to make it right:

As most of you know, Business.com recently added “No follow” tags to some of the listings in our directory. From the debate that followed, it became clear that there is a lack of consensus about the proper use of these tags right now within the search engine community. Because of this, we’ve decided to remove the tags.

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1 Comment so far

Mike said:
July 25th, 2006

LOL I wonder how much revenue they’ve lost before they’ve decided that it was a mistake ;)

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