Many companies are now looking to take the easy way out of quality products and satisfied customers by simply buying customer satisfaction (and/or faking it).
For many Wikipedia is a great resource for free in-depth information on a wide range of topics. What many don’t know is that Wikipedia also has a darker side that is not well known to the average user.
This darker side of Wikipedia stems from the fact that the information provided comes from an open group of contributors, resulting in unreliable data lacking proper sources.
I’ve been cruising the web lately in search of new ways to build and promote some of the sites that I have been working on, and 1 of the things that I felt needed a better explanation was DoFollow and NoFollow.