a rel=nofollow alternative for the rest of us

Quick, easy & transparent URL redirection, blocking search engines along the way.

Sometimes you don't want links to be followed. Sometimes your 20 year old CMS doesn't allow you to apply rel="nofollow" attributes easily (or at all).

Google suggests either using a rel=nofollow attribute or redirecting links through an intermediate page that's blocked using robots.txt. blocks search engines from following links by using both robots.txt and the X-Robots-Tag HTTP header, protecting your site from evil Penguins!

Simply construct your URL below:

Then as per Google's Webmaster Guidelines you won't get banned from Google for flowing PageRank to the wrong sites!