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If someone likes your Facebook business page then they are automatically added to follow the page. (You can only follow a page once you have liked it) The follow is set to default.
They then have the option to unfollow the page or see first. This means that "likers" can unfollow so they will not see your posts in their news feed. They can also set to "see first" which means your posts will be prioritsed in their feed. I wouldn't sweat it though because most people who follow a page don't bother using these settings.
So to clarify, by default, they will see your posts.
rel="noreferrer" attribute indicates that the browser should not send a
Referer header when following the link. It enhances privacy by allowing users to avoid leaking referrer information when they click on (or prefetch) links to external sites. It also enhances security by preventing the linked page from gaining access to the linking page via the
Over the last few weeks, due to Google's updated algorithms, I have had an increase in emails from agencies offering guest posts and text link proposals. These types of emails are now not just becoming annoying but the way they are initially worded appears to be legitimate interest in my websites and indeed offering money for advertising.
This of course is not new to me nor to anybody else with a website with regular traffic. But due to the way these emails are being worded and many coming from the UK appearing to be legitimate companies, I feel obliged to reply.
After many attempts and learning curves I managed to update my Drupal site which was originally built in Drupal 5 to Drupal 7. Due to the my learning curves, late nights and lots of backing up my data and database, I would like to share with you how I managed to update my site that has many contributed modules, had been updated numerous times and to also congratulate Drupal and it community on how future proof Drupal really is.
I recent years I have, and still do, have the pleasure in working for some great clients who understand the importance of a structured and well planned out SEO campaign. Historically it is well known that links to a website will enhance a websites search engine presence and by its very nature that website would enjoy large numbers of visitors.
There is so much more to a website than meets the eye. In the quest to get noticed on line, are you looking solely at appearance only? Scratch deeper than the surface on a well performing website and you will find a whole myriad of inner workings that look and appear to be nothing more than a jumble of boring code.
However it is this boring jumble that is hiding the treasures of your future on line success. So forget the flash and perfecting the toning of those images, it is time to get down to the nitty gritty and analyse what is going on back stage.