First and foremost Cyber Web Search is in full compliance with Google Webmaster Guidelines.
A few years ago, search engines started using links and link popularity to affect placement in their indexes.
And of course, as soon as spammers figured this out, they started trying to find ways to get around it or improve their rankings artificially.
Google, Yahoo!, and MSN got together and came up with a way to fight this form of link spam - the rel="nofollow"attribute.
Search engines will not penalize your site or blog for links that have nofollow on them.
It also doesn’t prevent a site from ever being indexed in Google.
And putting nofollow on links does not imply any judgement about those links.
In other words, if you apply the nofollow attribute to a link you aren’t saying that you think it’s bad or spam,
So your link in the Cyber Web Search Directory will look as follows:
This also applies to Sponsored Site Listings and other advertising with Cyber Web Search Directory.
Organic describes a search that returns results by indexing pages based on content and keyword relevancy.
Organic search results are listings on search engine results pages that appear because of their relevance to the search terms,
This is in contrast to listings ranked based on who paid the most money to appear at the top
Our search engine combines relevant search results and advertising on their search results pages.
In each case, the ads are designed to look similar to the search results but distinguished as paid advertisement..
Keep in mind that the Google search results page includes organic search results and often paid advertisement.
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