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Google's new rel="sponsored" attribute, good or bad?
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Yesterday Google announced that from next year, it will use the rel="sponsored" attribute in order to identify and understand the paid links. What do you guys think about it apart from just being no-follow?
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I don't think that it is going to effect much on anything. Because while clicking away a user doesn't necessarily check whether the links is no-follow or something else.

Ask yourself this how many time while genuinely browsing the web you check the link attribute carefully??!!
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What I heard that its about no-follow attribute.
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Some are saying that all these fuss is for nothing. More or less its just the same.
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