Business Intelligence and Analytics
Advanced AnalyticsAgile AnalyticsAnalytical DatabaseAnalytics ArchitectureAnalytics-as-a-Service (AaaS)Application AnalyticsApplication Lifecycle Management (ALM)Behavioral SegmentationBig Data SecurityBusiness Intelligence ArchitectureBusiness Process Modeling (BPM)Cloud AnalyticsCloud AutomationColumnar DatabaseConnection StringContextual DataData BlendingData CleaningData DiscoveryData ExplorationData GovernanceData IntelligenceData MartData MiningData ModelingData PreparationData ScienceData Warehouse ArchitectureDatabase SecurityDescriptive AnalyticsDevOps Continuous IntegrationEdge AnalyticsEmbedded ReportingEntity Relationship Diagram (ERD)Financial Data ManagementGeo AnalyticsHealthcare AnalyticsHealthcare InformaticsIn-Memory BIInteractive VisualizationKPI DashboardKPI TrackingLocation AnalyticsManaged CloudMarketing AnalyticsMobile AnalyticsMPP DatabaseNatural Language UnderstandingOperational IntelligenceOperational ReportingPredictive Data AnalyticsPredictive MaintenancePrescriptive AnalyticsR AnalyticsReal Time DashboardReal-Time AnalyticsRelational DatabaseRetail AnalyticsSelf-Service Business IntelligenceSQL for Data AnalysisTalent AnalyticsText MiningUnified Data ManagementVisual Data Analysis
A/B TestingActive BuyerAffinity MarketingAudience BuyingBaby BoomersBack to Back Focus GroupsBrand IdentityClickstream BehaviorCluster AnalysisCustomer Cohort AnalysisCustomer Experience Management (CEM)Customer JourneyLifestyle ResearchLifetime ValueRaceRevenue Per VisitorTarget AudienceUser IDUser-Generated Content (UGC)
Display & Native Advertising
Automated bid strategyBehavioral AdvertisingContextual targetingConversion TrackingCost per acquisition (CPA)Display Advertising TrafficInteractive Mobile AdsNative AdsPath Length ReportProgrammatic Media BuyingSmart ListsUser IDVideo Companion ImpressionsVideo PublisherView RateView-through conversion windowYield Management
- Email Marketing
Market Research & Traffic Analysis
A.C. Nielsen Retail IndexA/B TestingAd Concept TestingAd Hoc ResearchAdobe AnalyticsAffinity MarketingBack to Back Focus GroupsCluster AnalysisData CollectionData MiningDirect ChannelDisplay ChannelEmail ChannelEngagement RateHomogeneous GroupsHypothesis TestingIndexLifestyle ResearchMarket SegmentationMarket ShareMonthly Unique VisitorsNielsen RatingsOrganic ChannelPaid Search ChannelPath Length ReportPrimary ResearchQualitative ResearchRaceReferral ChannelSocial Media Channel
MarTech and AdTech
Acme DataAdobe TargetAmazon CloudFrontAmazon RedshiftAnalanceAnswerMinerAppDynamicsBaremetricsBomboraBootstrapBrightcoveCisco CMX EngageDasherooDundas BIFunnelGoogle BigQueryGoogle Data StudioGoogle Marketing PlatformGoogle OptimizeHoneywell Operational IntelligenceIBM Cognos AnalyticsIBM InfoSphere Data ArchitectInspectletJenkinsKissflowKNIME Analytics PlatformLiveRampLookerMarketing Technology StackMarketoMicrosoft Power BIMicrosoft SQL Server ReportingNutanixOptimizelyPendoPowerCenter InformaticaQlikViewSalesforce PardotSAP Crystal ReportsSocialbakersSQLiteStriimTableauTrade DeskTrifactaUserExperiorVisual Website Optimizer (VWO)Wolfram MathematicaWooCommerceYellowfin BIYieldify
Mobile App Intelligence
Ad WhalesAdjustApp Churn RateApp DemographicsApp MonetizationApp Store TrafficApplication Lifecycle Management (ALM)AR (Augmented Reality) AdvertisingAverage Revenue Per Paying User (ARPPU)Cross PromotionDaily Active Users (DAU)Dynamic TestingIn-App AdvertisingIn-App BiddingInstant MessagingInteractive Mobile AdsK-FactorMobile Ad FraudMobile AttributionMonthly Active Users (MAU)SDK MediationSearch TermsYield Management
Paid Search Advertising
Ad deliveryAd extensionsAd strengthAutomated bid strategyCombined audiencesConversion TrackingCost per acquisition (CPA)Floodlight TagKeyword ResearchPath Length ReportQuality scoreReturn on investment (ROI)Smart BiddingSmart ListsUser IDView-through conversion windowYield Management
Social Media Sensing
Country ReachInstant MessagingMicrobloggingNet Media CostPinterestReachReputation ManagementRich PinsSnapchatSocial Media ConversionsSocial Media ListeningUser-Generated Content (UGC)Video Companion Impressions
- Technology and Innovation
TV Ad Measurement and Insights
Ad-supported streaming video on demand (ASVOD)Addressable TVAdvanced TVAutomatic content recognition (ACR)Broadcast Addressable TVHousehold DataMultichannel Video Programming Distributor (MVPD)Nielsen RatingsOver-the-top (OTT)Skinny BundleTargeting Rating Point (TRP)Television advertisementTV NetworkUpfrontsVideo on demand (VOD)
Links that do not have an influence on the rankings of the linked site. To make a link a nofollow link, add the rel=”nofollow” attribute to the HTML of the link.
Why do some websites have nofollow links?
Nofollow links do not pass PageRank. Therefore, using a nofollow link means that link won’t pass PageRank (a Google-only measurement of the quantity and quality of links) to another page. This means, on the one hand, that Google cannot penalize you for linking to a site that’s known to be a low-quality site. They also can’t penalize you for linking out too much. See full article for more details.
Is there any tool to find high-quality backlinks?
Yes, there are plenty of SEO audit tools available for analyzing the website scores. Many of them are available free of cost with limited options. Whereas as several tools comes with paid version with plenty of options. Some of the best tools include SEMRush, Moz, Ahrefs, Netpeak Checker, SE Cockpit, SERPStat and many more. And of course, you can use your Google Search Console account to identify the most relevant links to your website pages.
How does we check nofollow and dofollow links?
First, you need to find a link on the page that accurately represents the kind of link you would be getting. Now you need to right click on the link and inspect the element. In Chrome by default “inspect element” is a context menu item. In Firefox the same is true, and other browsers generally have either a web developer console or a “view source” option. If you can’t inspect an element directly, you can view the source code of the entire page and search through it to find the specific link with specific anchor text you’re trying to locate.
A link will start with “<a” and will have a few different possible parameters. The “href” is the hyperlink reference, and is the destination of the link. If there’s a “target” parameter, it is specifying whether the link should open in a new window or in the same window. If there’s a “class” it’s a flag for CSS identification.
What you’re looking for, though, is “rel”. The “rel” parameter is the “relationship” between your page and the page being linked. This can show up in a link to a CSS file for the page, but the only parameter you actually care about is “nofollow”. If it says “rel=”nofollow”” it means the link is not followed. If no such tag exists, or if one of the other possible parameters exists, the link is likely followed. However, this is not 100% true! There’s one more place to check.