6 responses

  1. Stephen
    March 2, 2011

    Very interesting. I agree with what ezine is doing, but ti make their links no follow makes no sense to me. Just by upping the quality of their articles should be enough and hope attract better writers and scare away the lazy sods who look just for links.

  2. Linda
    March 29, 2011

    I also agree that improving the quality of articles is a good thing. I have been frustrated more than once while doing a google search for something and coming up with a first page google response full of nothing but empty sales links when what I wanted was to research a topic in order to gain more knowledge about it – not empty out my wallet.

    As an article writer I certainly hope Ezine doesn’t throw the baby out with the bath water and go the “no follow” route. I see no point in punishing all writers in order to handle those who produce junk.

  3. Barry Wells
    December 5, 2011

    Hi Sylviane,

    What a welcome change. I’ve often read an article and wondered what was going on with the writer as the article was complete nonsense, obviously looking for the link love but not a thought for the quality of the article.

    No to sure whether EzineArticle have now enforced their no-follow rule which i think is a poor show, as Stephen said above, by uping the quality of the articles should please them enough. Fingers crossed it has because I’ve just recently started submitting articles again :)

    Catch up soon Sylviane,

    Take care,

    • Sylviane Nuccio
      December 5, 2011

      Yes, indeed the nofollow is not a good thing. They went from accepting trash to to nofollow, some of them anyway. They need balance :)

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