Editorial Citations and Mis-Use of the No-Follow Tag

Browsing through Yahoo! Answers I saw that someone had asked for help in “improving their website’s rank in Google. I thought the answer given was a very good one. Here is the screen shot:

Yahoo Answers Seo questoin

This is by any definition an editorial citation. Yet, these links are all no-follow. I understand why Yahoo has to do it but I also think there must be a better way. Anyway, best to focus on what you can control right? So, since these sites have taught me much of what I know about SEO, I’ll do what little I can to right this wrong:

Here are 3 of the very best sites on Search Engine Optimization – SEO:

Seomoz
Search Engine Watch
SEO Book

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