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April 2, 2005, 1:39 am
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On my web site, I want to have a lot of links going to another site.
However, I don't want those links to be counted in his favor by the
search engines. I don't mind having a lot of links to his site, but I
don't want him to outrank me as a result. How can I do this? Is there
one meta tag I can use on my page containing the links (one that will
prevent the search engine from seeing the links)? Or is there another
Many thanks for any help.
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- Endangered Bucket Farmer
April 5, 2005, 10:19 pm
Re: Can I make some links at my site invisible to the search engines?
Why do you want more than one link to another site?
Are they all going to the index page there, or each to
a different page?
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