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The short answer is no if those links are natural (not trying to manipulate SERPs). When rel="nofollow" should be used? rel="nofollow" should be used in such cases: forum posts blog comments paid links, sponsored links etc. With rel="nofollow", you do not endorse the target website, which would be contradictory with the aim of your page. I mean, you ...


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Google will not penalise your websites since the link is natural and that you are not breaking the official Google Webmaster Guidelines.


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Yes, you can promote your own websites on other websites you own. Google would never penalize you for this. In fact, big sites do this all the time when they have a network of sites that go over various categories. For example, thebump.com has this promotion in their footer on all pages and at all times: This would only become a concern if you started to ...


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While Google can penalize "personal blog networks" that all link to each other, it usually has to come with spammy, low quality and/or duplicate content for Google to really care. If you're just lightly promoting one upstanding, unique website from another, there's not much to worry about.


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