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If you add links to some external resources, you may want to disallow search engines to follow them.

“Nofollow” is a signal to search engines that you don’t want to vouch for the content of the page you refer to. This is useful if, for example, you are not entirely sure that the links are trustworthy, or you don't want to redirect traffic from your site to other sources. In this case, be sure to put the “nofollow” tag on the link. This way, you indicate to the robots that they should not pay attention to the link.

To enable the "nofollow" attribute, select the page in the editor, open the SEO tab and toggle on the relevant setting:


Note: Not all external links need to be closed with the “nofollow” tag. If you refer to a well-known and reliable site (for example, Statista, Apple, NY Times, etc.), such a link will give you more promotion in search engines, because Google quickly defines their authority.
Don’t forget to publish the website for changes to appear live.
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