Level Three of the Contributor Academy
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Which statement is true about the differences between follow links and no-follow links?
No-follow links cannot be clicked by readers, but they include a special code that instructs automated spiders to crawl the link.
Follow links are generally used when a site owner chooses to manually list your content as a resource for his or her readers.
If a friend links to you on her blog or a Twitter buddy adds you to a Further Reading page on his or her website, it's likely to be a no-follow link.
Setting new links as follow links by default helps user-generated content sites reduce spam. Which action can occur if too many links to your content appear on "spammy" or low-...