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DoFollow – SEO?

Tweet A while back I read a post one some random blog about “DoFollow” which in a nut shell means that links in your blog comments have the <pre>rel=”nofollow”</pre> attribute removed from links. I thought it was a good idea but promptly forgot about it until my good mate at WebHelp blogged this morning about [...]

A while back I read a post one some random blog about “DoFollow” which in a nut shell means that links in your blog comments have the <pre>rel=”nofollow”</pre> attribute removed from links.

I thought it was a good idea but promptly forgot about it until my good mate at WebHelp blogged this morning about adding a plugin to remove these.

So, 10 mins over lunch I thought I’d give it a shot.

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From now on Studiowhiz.com & italkmagazine.com will both support the “You Comment; I Follow” movement. If you post a comment on either of these sites, we’ll share some link love with you. This applies to both the default link on your name along with any link you post in the comment.

Be warned however: Akismet is still our friend and spamming our comments is FROWNED upon (will get your comment deleted).

So, comment away, knowing we are helping your site gain in page popularity.

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[...] commnet. Think of it as shareing the link love for more info on the do follow movement see below. DoFollow – SEO? on studiowhiz.com Webhelp Dofollow’s Blog Comments – Webhelp NZ – SEO Blog Do Follow Bloggers | Tricia’s [...]

02.26.09

I am still working on my domain name. But after reading your post and your friends post it seems like I can not do this no follow thing cuz I am not on wordpress? I am on activerain real estate network blo. But I have learned here and will look into it more thank you for posting about this subject.

02.26.09

You can do the “doFollow” think on your blog – regardless of if it’s WordPress or not. This post referred to a particular WordPress plugin but you can simply edit the THEME of any blog or network site to ensure that URL’s do NOT have the rel=
nofollow” attribute in them (if you can’t then your web designer can)

02.26.09

thanks for the gesture and yes i hope no one spams