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Do I need to change my existing nofollows?
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Do I still need to flag ad or sponsored links?
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Nearly 15 years ago, the nofollow attribute was introduced as a means to help fight comment spam. It also quickly became one of Google's recommended methods for flagging advertising-related or sponsored links. The web has evolved since nofollow was introduced in and it's time for nofollow to evolve as well. Today, we're announcing two new link attributes that provide webmasters with additional ways to identify to Google Search the nature of particular links. These, along with nofollow , are summarized below:.