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MyBloglog Leaking Some Juice From My Site?

Mar 18, 2008 by     7 Comments    Posted under: SEO Tips

As a follow up in my previous post regarding the leaking in your page I have also seen that there are lots of outgoing links from my post page and home page which are followed. So further investigation reveals that MyBloglog is leaking some juices from my site to MyBloglog site.

So no wonder why Some of the big site that I know does not have any Mybloglog widget on it. Maybe they knew that it will create tons of outgoing links from their site.

So my remedy is to decrease the people appearing at the box. I have now put 4 rows with 1 column. With this method I am decreasing the outgoing followed links. And no wonder why Mybloglog site has PR7.

I will still try to play with their codes. Maybe I could do something to insert no-follow tag with the outgoing links.

Or maybe somebody have already figure out on how to put no follow rel tags at MyBlogLog.

Update : Marhgil answers this question thru comments as follows :

A link from a javascript code is inaccessible from the eyes of Google bot. If it’s inaccessible, it cannot follow it. So, there’s no leakage going on since Mybloglog widget code is in javascript.

I have decided to discontinu myblog log because of timing of page load.

7 Comments + Add Comment

  • @ Jaren ,

    Will decreasing of number of user will make it faster to load.. What do you think?

    @ Rome,

    Good that Marhgil frequently visit my blog and cleared some of my post If I have some mis understanding.. Great Marhgil..

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  • well thats all cleared up πŸ™‚ many thanks to Marhil!

    Rome’s last blog post..Googel and Gogle is Google? Googol What?

  • hrmmm.. it’s a good explanation..

    i took down my mybloglog widget because it was slowing down my blog..

    but anyways thank you for this post and clearing the issue.. (the leakage that is)

    Jaren’s last blog post..Another Round of Blogging Madness

  • @ rodel

    Well actually the reason to put those mybloglog widget is to see whose visiting my site.

    I can share juice to some site which is appropriate with the post. I don’t have any problem on that.. since sharing juice to appropriate post will not harm your seo effort.

    But anyway marhgil cleared this one out , that it is not affecting the juice.

  • well.. what’s the use of putting those up if you don’t want to share the juice.. fact is..were using is to share some love..

    but of course..it’s up to you.. minimize the juice! πŸ™‚ good luck ! πŸ™‚

    rodel’s last blog post..Off To Church!

  • @ marhgil,

    Thanks for clearing this one out.. Well actually your are one of those site that I mention.. So now it is clear. It is not the juice but the Load to the web page..

    More Links = Heavy Load

    Dexter’s last blog post..MyBloglog Leaking Some Juice From My Site?

  • A link from a javascript code is inaccessible from the eyes of Google bot. If it’s inaccessible, it cannot follow it. So, there’s no leakage going on since Mybloglog widget code is in javascript.

    Here’s the official word from Google about Javascript:

    Keep in mind that since search engines generally can’t access the contents of Javascript, legitimate links within Javascript will likely be inaccessible to them (as well as to visitors without Javascript-enabled browsers). You might instead keep links outside of Javascript or replicate them in a noscript tag.

    I personally don’t put the Mybloglog code on my blog because I think it slows down my blog, not because it’s leaking some Google juice. πŸ™‚

    marhgil’s last blog post..Googel = Google = Googol

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