I found the following code in a question today and flagged it as possible spam.
So far as I'm aware there is no such
dofollow, but it would appear to be a deliberate attempt to SPAM. Is there a policy on this, is it common and should we edit it out flag, delete or down vote the question?
My main concern is cracking down on this type of behavior. dofollow'ing a link does nothing (all links logically would be dofollow unless nofollow is specified and dofollow isn't even valid code), but is an obvious and deliberate attempt at hacking the site for SEO purposes and something that should be viewed dimly, hence the question about procedure.
i am currently running a site **<a rel="dofollow" href="http://www.newsworldinside.com/" target="_blank">`News World Inside`</a>.** I am afraid for some of my friends may creates invalid clicks on my site's adsense account to ban my site. Con anyone help me how can i get rid off from this?
nofollowfor this reason, with some exceptions. The site automagically strips anything that isn't
href="..."from the code.