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SEO Tip – The Low Hanging Fruit – nofollow

Recently I attended BMPR, and the topic of discussion was SEO. All the speakers were especially knowledgeable in their areas of expertise (Which means: SEO (Search Engine Optimization)).

One suggestion and tip was to go after the low hanging fruit. What this means is: Your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIN, any profile whatsoever, to include forums, should always contain your URL.

I still agree with this, as people may often view your profile, and or all it takes is that one right person to click your profile then the link. However for SEO purposes it’s almost useless. @firecatsue did a great presentation, and by no means am I being negative or trying to harm her or her reputation, just trying to make sure everyone knows the facts about low hanging fruits, as sometime you can be mislead as to what really counts.

To start, you can watch this:

or read this: http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=96569

So after reviewing that, you now realize what nofollow is and how it’s used. NoFollow = No Value In Search Engines Whatsoever.

Here are some examples of no follows:

Facebook nofollow
Facebook nofollow
Linked In No Follow
Linked In uses a redirection script, so it's not directly linked to your site
Twitter nofollow
Twitter nofollow
vBulletin Forum nofollow
vBulletin Forum nofollow

I hope everyone finds this information useful, and that you don’t rely too heavily on the no follow links!

Thanks again to #bmpr and @firecatsue and more for the awesome presentations!

InvisionGaming and KJServers – No More

I’ve come back, check out my new business: www.CustomHostingSolutions.com


My online business now cease’s to exist. This economy hit me hard, among possible administrative mistakes on my part. A company I spent 4 1/2 years building up, is now totally non-existant.

Great….It was fun while it lasted. I learned more then I could EVER hope to, and will carry many lessons on with me for the rest of my life that happened BECAUSE of running my own business…

I want to thank SharkTech Internet Services for giving us everything we needed to succeed, even if we lost in the end. At one point InvisionGaming was pulling in 3x more then was needed to cover costs.

We would like to thank all of our past customers for supporting us, Especially Stratos.

A HUGE thanks goes out to James King, Without his support none of anything would have happened.

The company grew as I matured, it matured. I plan on restarting the company one day, when I have the money to do so.

Thank you everybody. It’s emotional to let go.

Please Note: InvisionGaming/KJServers are in NO WAY/SHAPE/FORM Affiliated with Invision-Gaming.co.uk

I end this post with a LOLCat: