yes i agree with you because these types of links can helps to improve your SERP and site traffic on various search engine quarries
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There are definitely benefits of getting no follow links and the most important one being that it makes your link profile look natural. Google or other search engines don't expect you to have all no follow links and if you do, that probably throws up a few red flags. It is always best to diversify your linking as much as possible to get good rankings..
Actually, both DoFollow and NoFollow links are still important. It is just that almost every newbie or beginning SEOs think that only DoFollow links are more important.
But the truth is that both is considered by Google in ranking and having your site as either an authority or not.
I have to admit I was being somewhat pedantic, I think zero follow links could look weird (and it would be an extremely unlikely event), but a few would improve it no end, most blogs that are indexed will have follow links from their main domain: wordpress, livejournal, etc.
I'm with you on the fact that PR itself is no longer a commanding factor in your position in the SERPs, but it is a good barometer of other variables, like trust which seems to be the current main factor in link quality.
I would imagine that even a nofollow link from a trusted domain would have noticable effect.
I'm still not really convinced on the anchor text front, I think it still has some presence (even if tiny) through a nofollow.
I would love to have evidence on the last two points, but all I have is opinion.
yeep , form seo's point of view, no follow links will be ignored by the search engines. They won't help you rank higher.
but what they say, even no follow links are better than no links at all .it indeed could bring your traffic