Google provides "Blogger", a free and very popular blogging platform (*.[url removed, login to view]).
Whenever a Google Blogger/BlogSpot's blog has an excessive number of outbound links, it is considered a "Link Farm", a form of "Spamdexing", thus not being tolerated by Blogger. To avoid this problem there is 2 options: decrease the number of outbound links, and/or, put a rel="nofollow" on each persisting link...
My Google Blogger/BlogSpot's blog has, by now, 600 posts (each one with some outbound links), and I need to batch apply NoFollow ( rel="nofollow") to all links contained in all posts. Therefore, I need a tiny desktop application to do this in an easy batch way (edit links, one-by-one, manually, is not a good idea, because they are too many!...).
You can read more about Blogger's API, which allows posts manipulation, at:
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