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Independent newspaper allowing spammers to leave dofollow links

August 11, 2009 2 Comments

Most sites allowing user-generated content don't allow people to leave links, or nofollow them.

The Independent newspaper website takes a unique approach and allows spammers to leave keyword-rich links to spam sites - wth no nofollow. Here are some examples ...

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