Does your target audience speak mostly English, but also Portuguese or another language? When you publish content on Facebook and Instagram, do you do it using those different languages at the same time in each post, and separating them with the respective flags or another language sign? If your answer is yes, then we have some clarity for you! Let's see how to post in multiple languages, i.e publish in two or more idioms, on Instagram and Facebook.
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Do-follow and no-follow are link attributes designed for search engines. These characteristics tell search engines what to do with a particular link or all links placed on a page. If a link has a do-follow tag, it is automatically indexed by search engines. This means that robots follow it and pass PageRank and anchors.
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