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How Do I Know Which links are Available in Article or Post?

How Do I Know Which links are Available in Article or Post?

Dofollow & Nofollow Backlinks

In order to boost the authority of my website when I designed it, I had to get backlinks, which I did by writing guest posts. I was unaware of whether the link was Dofollow or Nofollow when my guest articles were approved, but I eventually figured out a means to find it, and these days I can find it with ease.

How Do I Know Which links are Available in Article or Post?

I can now identify which links are internal and external, dofollow and nofollow, thanks to the Moz extension for my browser.

Where Can I Find Dofollow and Nofollow Backlinks for My Website In Article or Post?

Moz Bar

How do I find the backlinks via the Moz extension?

Enable the Moz extension bar. There will be a pencil mark on it. When you click on the pencil icon, all of the link names will show in front of it. The yellow pencil also represents the internal link. Dofollow backlinks are shown with a green pencil, while external backlinks are marked with a blue pencil. Purple backlinks are also known as Nofollow backlinks. The color in the article blinks when you click on the pencil symbol. For example, in this figure, we click the green color to display Dofollow backlinks. Backlinks also blink green when you click the pencil.

Where Can I Find Dofollow and Nofollow Backlinks for My Website In Article or Post?

DOFOLLOW BACKLINKS BLINK IN ARTICLE WHEN I CLICK GREEN PENCIL

What are the PA and DA of any website?

Using the Moz bar, you may also optimize the PA and DA of your website.

PA ( PAGE AUTHORITY)

Page authority (PA) is a metric used in search engine result pages (SERP) that indicates how highly a given page will rank. Higher scores indicate more possibilities for ranking. Page authority scores vary from 1 to 100.

DA ( DOMAIN AUTHORITY)

Moz created the domain authority statistic, sometimes known as DA. Scores range from 1 to 100, indicating how likely a website is to appear in search engine results pages. Google does not take them into account when evaluating how high a website should appear in its search results.

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