Steve Renner Introduces Do Follow Comments

I have decided to share the link love and allow “Do Follow” links on my Blog Comments. There has been a lot of controversy on “No Follow vs Do Follow” links, and I think it time we clarify this.

NoFollow (rel=”nofollow”) was originally introduced by Google in 2005 as a means of preventing Comment Spam from Blogs.

Do Follow puts No Restrictions on the Search Engine Robots from following links on your page, either to other internal pages on your site, or to other web sites.

From: Search Engine Roundtable

Matt Cutts an SEO Expert from Google defines it this way: The nofollow attribute is just a mechanism that gives webmasters the ability to modify PageRank flow at link-level granularity. Plenty of other mechanisms would also work (e.g. a link through a page that is robot.txt’ed out), but nofollow on individual links is simpler for some folks to use. There’s no stigma to using nofollow, even on your own internal links; for Google, nofollow’ed links are dropped out of our link graph; we don’t even use such links for discovery. By the way, the nofollow meta tag does that same thing, but at a page level.

A good rule to follow is: “If the Googlebot can’t access the page, don’t try to pass PageRank to pages. A “sign in” link is a good example of what you should “nofollow”.

He goes on to say: What are some appropriate ways to use the nofollow tag? One good example is the home page of expedia.com. If you visit that page, you’ll see that the “Sign in” link is nofollow’ed. That’s a great use of the tag: Googlebot isn’t going to know how to sign into expedia.com, so why waste that PageRank on a page that wouldn’t benefit users or convert any new visitors?

OK So What About Blog Comments?

In a post on his Blog Matt States: The rel=”nofollow” attribute is an easy way for a website to tell search engines that the website can’t or doesn’t want to vouch for a link. The best-known use for nofollow is blog comment spam, but the mechanism is completely general. Nofollow is recommended anywhere that links can’t be vouched for. If your logs analysis program shows referrers as hyperlinks, I’d recommend using nofollow on those links. If you have a wiki that anyone on the web can edit, I’d recommend nofollow on those links until you can find a way to trust those links. In general, if you have an application that allows others to add links, web spammers will eventually find your pages and start annoying you.

OK so that’s what the Super SEO Experts say, but what does this mean for us Mere Mortals? Basically in everyday normal terms bloggers can understand, here’s the deal..

By default WordPress puts nofollow on most all the links on your blog, including the Comments and Trackbacks. Therefore people will not be receiving a Link Back from your Blog by posting a comment. Most people really don’t know this so they will comment anyway. Or else if your blog gets a lot of traffic, it could be good to comment on to get exposure and possible traffic.

The alternative is give links to Commenters on your blog, to attract more potential visitors. To eliminate the spam problem you will want to Moderate your comments and manually approve them. In order to do this you will need a good DoFollow Plugin.

  • SemiLogic’s DoFollow – One of the original DoFollow Plugins – Basic design, no frills, it just works. Nofollows will be removed from your Comments and Trackbacks.
  • Kimmo Suominen DoFollowThis is an interesting one that offers you the option to set a time limit for adding the NoFollow attributes, or have them removed differently from comments left by registered users and other visitors.
  • All Passions Link Love – This is a Cool Plugin that removes the NoFollow attribute from comments where the commenter has commented 10 (configurable) or more times. This means that you can share the link love with those commenters who are genuinely part of the community and contributing to your blog.

  • Lucia’s Linky LoveHere’s a cool plugin that, similar to Link Love gives you the option to reware commenters with a DoFollow Link Back after a certain number of comments, but also has other cool features to Thwart Comment Spammers

But What About My Internal Links?

In a post on his blog, Andy Beard offers an interesting option with the “No Follow Dupes” plugin. It’s an SEO plugin for advanced WordPress Search Engine Optimization techniques. Essentially:

Rather than blocking duplicate content pages, they can be used to your advantage, but as customized landing pages and a method of channelling “Google Juice” away from pages that are receiving the majority of links, to pages that you wish to rank well, and also to your homepage to enhance monetization.

This Plugin Allows Internal Links To Be Followed

This plugin adds rel=”nofollow” to all links within the content that are displayed on your home page and duplicate content pages. Search engine followable links remain on page, single and RSS feeds.

Download it here: Nofollow Those Dupes 1.0

So in conclusion, this is really a long round about way of explaining this simple concept…

You Can Get A PR3 Link Back From SteveRenner.Com
Just comment on any of my posts!

If you are in the Internet Marketing, Make Money Online, or Affiliate Marketing niches then this is perfect for you. Leave a comment and let mew know what you think!

Comments

  1. Hey Steve,

    Dan McGonagle here. Haven’t seen much of you at Digg lately. Nice post you wrote here, I’ve been asked to change over to DO follow on my blog (click my name) but I see no reason to do that. PR isn’t really a big concern of mine as I’m more focused on time sepnt on site and % adding to favorites.

    Then again, from what I’ve been reading on SEO lately, it’s good to link outwardly to relevant sites as this makes your site more of a HUB.

    One thing I’ve noticed is that people don’t leave as many good comments when they realize the site is DO follow because of all those blog finder tools out there delivering results based on DO follow, NO follow attributes.

    What’s your experience with this?

    Are you getting a lot of "nice post, looking to hear more"

    style comments or is the quality of comments unaffected by this recent change from Nofollow to DO follow?

    Thanks,

    Dan

  2. Hi Don,
    Yes I get quite a few Spammy Posts, but I have decided to switch over to Do Follow, to give my loyal readers a Link Back.

    I have noticed quite a jump in my traffic, since I started posting on a regular basis. I think this will be a win win for all of us.

    I checked out your Blog, and you have a lot of good content there, way to go!

    Thanks for the comments,

    Steve

  3. Hey Steve, just added you to the the blog roll, FYI.

    I also noticed that the DidYouPassMath plugin with WP 2.5 doesn’t work as well as it used to, for whatever reason, still getting a lot of Spam comments via the blog.

    Didn’t happen before I upgraded WP, go figure.

    Can you add the subscribe-to-comments plugin to your blog so I know if/when you respond to comments?

    I find it hlepful to keep blog readers coming back and taking part of the conversation

    Later,

    Dan

  4. I think it’s kind of you to extend this courtesy to other websites; thanks for helping support other websites.

    Does it still count, though, if the “Do Follow” comes from a blog post on its own page with a PR-1? I’m a newbie to internet marketing and all that it entails, so I’m working my way through it, but from what I’ve read so far, PR is based on the individual page, not the site as a whole. So even though your home page is PR 3, leaving a comment with a link on a blog post that has a PR-1 shouldn’t make that big of a difference, right? Or does the home page lend some of its PR-3 importance to the PR-1 entry? Or do I have it wrong completely, and blog posts take on the PR of the home page?

    • Hi Elle,
      The key here is the page rank of the site itself. The better the rank of the site the more it is indexed.

      This site gets crawled 100+ times a day, basically we have the search engines trained. The individual page is of less importance.

      The key is that the comment will get spidered and indexed.

      Steve

  5. I think you are kind to open up your comments to allow link following.

    I’m new to internet marketing and have a question about this: what I’ve read says that each page has its own PR and it isn’t the site overall that has a PR. So if a site’s home page has a PR-5 but a blog post page only has a PR-2, then a link from the blog post comments section won’t help as much as a link from the body of the blog post shown on the front page, correct?

    • Hi Elle,
      Again, the PR of the site will dictate how the site is crawled and indexed. A Do-Follow link from a PR3 site like this one, which gets crawled all day long, on any page, will get get followed back to your site, and will certainly count as an incoming link.

      Now it may not be as powerfull as a link from the home page of DIGG, but it will cetainly help with your search engine ranking.

      Cut and past the title from any of my blog posts into Google and you will see what I mean.

      Steve

  6. Well,there are many strategies we have to develop the sites,one of the best and easy process is commenting the sites!!! Commenting is nothing but sharing of views……

  7. I totally agree with the dofollow approach, and thanks for your outline of the issue here (which I came across whilst searching Google for details about the debate).

    I’m in a community of photobloggers, and the knowledge that I am able to boost my own site’s ranking by commenting on other’s photoblogs is a powerful incentive to critique other people’s images. As it is, with Google’s nofollow approach, I know many photobloggers will only comment on images from photoblogs which do not invoke the attribute (i.e. not Blogger-hosted). Thus computer-literate photobloggers will receive more coverage and engagement with the community, even if their images are not as good as those hosted elsewhere.

    Surely there’s a less clumsy way for Google to follow comment links, rather than penalising those who are active in their blogging communities but are not purely altruistic in commenting – after all, who is?!

  8. Hi Ishmael,
    Thanks for the comment. I agree, getting a link back is a great incentive for posting, and can actually stimulate some good discussions on important issues.

    Checked out your Photo Blog, it looks cool, your work is very artistic!

    Steve

  9. It is great news you made this blog do follow. I’ve always hated the no follow tag and strongly encourage to spread the ‘link love’! ;)

  10. I just checked back and realized the first post I thought had disappeared actually posted. Sorry for the double post! :)

  11. It was a great idea to make your blog comments do follow. I’ll be joining the movement on one of my wordpress blogs soon. Thanks for all the helpful info you provide on your site!

  12. If you’ve used any of the dofollow blog lists on the Internet, you may have noticed many of them are actually using the “nofollow” tag. I believe these blogs simply got on the list to get traffic and either added nofollow after getting on the lists or where never dofollow blogs in the first place. I’d say at least 40% of the blogs I found on the various “dofollow” lists did not make the cut, because they actually use the “nofollow” tag, use a script that hides the links, or have comments turned off.
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  14. Thanks for the change! Can you tell me if making comments “do follow” dilutes your site’s page rank in any way? I also didn’t realize that page rank affected how often sites are spidered. Interesting.

  15. Hi Jerry,
    My site has moved up to Page Rank 5 – and that’s after I set “Do-Follow” on my comments. So I guess I would have to say it has not effected me so far.

    I think there has to be a balance between in-coming and out-going links. You don’t want to bleed all of your “link juice” but like my grandma used to say, all things in Moderation.

    Steve

  16. This is quite interesting because do follow blogs can invite more and more visitors and although there will be more seo freaks, there could be genuine visitors who are interested in what you right and at the same time need a quality backlink to their website. I think it is a win win situation for everyone, so happy do follow blogging … cheers

  17. hi Steve..
    thanks a lot for sharing the info..
    i’ve made my blog do follow, too..
    although there’s alot of controversy about that, i still believe that be a do follow will bring a lot advantages for our blog..

  18. Yes, It really is a win-win for everyone. We attract more commentors, (is that a word?) and you never know where that will lead.

    I see from my ststs that people spend an average of 5 min on my site, so they must be reading my stuff.

    Cheers Mate!

    Steve

  19. Hi Tyas,
    Checked out your site, looks very cool. You are from Indonesia i see. I was not aware you had a choice on Blogger of setting comments to “Do Follow”.

    Very Cool!

    Steve

  20. Thanks for adding Do-follow. Great design features too! Kudos!

  21. You have an amazing grasp of this stuff !

    It really is cool to read your posts about the tech end of it.

    It’s like you thrive on maximizing out every little thing in spite of a very confusing assortment of available options.

    I suppose it makes sense to add more little tenticles to your site to ad relevance and wider acceptibility as a valid resource.

    A lot of us operate under the don’t let em get away concept and this may prove why that’s wrong.

    Thanks Steve for putting yourself out there everyday and sharing what you know with us so freely.

  22. Yes.. Its just luck that you get do follow blogs..

    Saurabh yadav

  23. Hey thanks a lot for such a wonderful information. I was actually looking for these information for quite a long time and i believe i have landed at the right page. I really liked your ways of expressing thoughts. You write too well. Moreover your article contains some worthy information which i guess will help lot of people. Thanks once again. Keep up the good work. God bless you.

  24. Steve,

    When I leave a comment on someone’s blog, like this, is it wrong to put my url after my name. I don’t see it much so maybe it isn’t even allowed.

    I am a newbie with a new blog and just trying to figure out how to blog.

    Rob Bish
    http://trafficlab101.com

  25. I am still not sure if it is beneficial to allow DO FOLLOW on backlinks, in addition to comments? Which one does Google penalise?

  26. i used do follow attribute on my blog, that’s increase my visitor..

  27. Hai, I am cargo. This is nice. I really liked your ways of expressing thoughts. You write too well. Moreover your article contains some worthy information which i guess will help lot of people. I thankful to you.

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  28. Thanks for rewarding your loyal readers by giving them bank link. I find your site very informative. Thanks for sharing what you know you and for helping others.

  29. Yes..rel “do follow” is the appreciation for visitor who was given their comments. l love do follow, so I come here from google with “do follow comment” keyword.

  30. Hi Szenovera,
    Yes this has been one of my most popular posts. I believe in spreading the “Link Love”.

    Checked out your site – it’s cool!

    Steve

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  32. I am trying to decide if I want to “do follow”… great article for me to chew on!

  33. I really liked your ways of expressing thoughts. Do follow blogs can invite more and more visitors and although there will be more seo freaks, there could be genuine visitors who are interested in what you right and at the same time need a quality backlink to their website.

  34. I am not sure I have fully understand the issue. If I don’t include “nofollow” tag in outgoing links, does it automatically suggest “dofollow”? Should I include “dofollow” tag?

  35. Nice post! very interesting topic. keep on posting.

  36. Thanks for the tips

  37. Hello steve,
    Thank you for sharing.I am Miranda from China. I haven’t English blog yet. I start a new online shopping site,and want to get traffic. I found “Do Follow Blog Posts” by the key words “do folow blog commenting” through Google.Am I allowed here? I also get much useful info here from your bolg and other commentors’.

  38. Hi Miranda,
    Yes of course you are welcome here anytime. Good luck with your online shopping business. Links are a great Traffic Magnet” and of course help with your Search Engine visibility.

    You should check out http://www.inetglobal.com we offer Blog Service for Business.

    Steve

  39. time. Good luck with your online shopping business. Links are a great Traffic Magnet” and of course help with your Sea

  40. I’ll be adding you to my blogroll when I get a few more pages established :-)

  41. I see you no longer do follow your comments. As a blogger who has just opened his blog to do follow comments. Can you tell me your reasons for this? Just so I’m aware of the negatives.

  42. nice posting, keep writing thanks for sharing… thank you

  43. A nice article. Is my comment DO-FOLLOW?

  44. yea your comment is do follow hope mine is too.

  45. Truth be told DOFOLLOW links benefit both the poster and the blog owner. Blog owners see an increase in traffic and commenting and the posters get backlinks.

  46. Obviously allowing dofollow links will greatly increase the amount of comments your blog will receive. In that respect it seems like a good way to get traffic to your blog.

  47. ha thanks for this post it helped me out ;)
    ,…..

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  49. Hi,
    Recently, I have started a blog. This post definitely help me in keeping my blog spamfree

  50. Thanks for changing to do-follow, I agree with Ryan’s view on this, it beneficial to both blog and posters.

  51. Dofollow links are helpful for poster not as much as for blog owner.

    They can help a blog with more visitors, but they won’t be enough targeted.

  52. Thanks “Steve Renner” i was searching for the same solution and finally i found you through Google search :) mind blowing!

    hi this is Diana. the above Post is really nice.

    keep it up.

  53. Thanks for the information on backlinks and no follow it cleared some thoughts in my head.

  54. Hello new to Dofollow blogs are they good for increasing traffic to website if I have one on my website.

  55. The fact are that Google sees that even though they are do-follow they are not coming from a trash site so for instance this website which is based on real human edited quality content the fact that it links out does not dilute as much as if all we saw here where keyword after keyword of anchors in the affiliate marketing world.

    Vic

  56. Actually I am searching the internet for clearing my confusion about no follow and do follow, I found your this website by search engine Google, and after reading your post my confusion become clear thanks.

  57. Hello. Thanks for sharing information about this controversial topic DoFollow VS NoFollow. And thank you very much for allowing DoFollow comments here.

  58. Steve,
    I am glad that you spend time posting this information about do follow and no follow with us. One more thing, thank you for allowing us to comment.

  59. Am I allowed here? I also get much useful info here from your bolg and other commentors’.

  60. You r doing good job related to the making money online

  61. Thanks to introduces Do Follow Comments in your site and thanks to nice nice tips.

  62. Yes, Its Useful Information About Do Follow VS No Follow

    And Thank You For Commenting here

  63. Very helpful post. Would really like to have more such blog posts.

  64. Its definitely a good way to encourage your visitors to comment but recently I’ve encountered a little problem. Some guys started to spam the crap out my blog with bad links,i noticed that askimet is not doing a very good job so i started to look for a plugin to stop that scums.I found WP-SpamFree and i won the battle.
    Not a single spammy comment from when i installed this plugin :)

  65. haha!! nice…turning the “google policies” on their head!! i love it!! and yes, i know this link is like PR3 divided by 100 posts, but i don’t care…it’s worth it to give you props my man!! :)

  66. Hello. Thanks for sharing information

  67. Your doing great job, congrats, actually you are sharing your knowledge with us that is beneficial for us thanks.

  68. thanx for this great information.

  69. Steve cool site with lots of great info on do follow vs no follow blogs. Thanks for discussing this important issue. Keep writing.

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  71. Thank you so much for this helpful blog.

  72. I’m a newbie to internet marketing and all that it entails, so I’m working my way through it, but from what I’ve read so far, PR is based on the individual page, not the site as a whole. So even though your home page is PR 3, leaving a comment with a link on a blog post that has a PR-1 shouldn’t make that big of a difference, right? Or does the home page lend some of its PR-3 importance to the PR-1 entry? Or do I have it wrong completely, and blog posts take on the PR of the home page?

  73. I found this info on follow and no follow very excellent.

  74. This is great and it explains a lot.

  75. It is wonderful of you to be so shaing. Thank you for the wonderful info and for allowing us to post here.

  76. I’ve been doing so much searching on this. I am glad that I finally understand it now.

  77. Thanks explaining how the do follow and no follow links work. Very informative.

  78. Yes do-follow comments are great. I did not know there were special plugins for this. Thanks for the overview.

    But I guess that since the posting of this article there are maybe some more WordPress plugins for Do-follow comment management? Or is there another posting already? I did hear about Comment-Luv plugin. This should be a booster for SEO.

  79. Hi, great post and it is good to hear some feedback about going do follow. I am thinking about it but am not sure the bebfits outway the work involved in checking the posts! Mabye just lazy,

    I will try ti on one site after reading the posts and the feeedback,

    thanks

    Dave

  80. Steve,

    Good article on the DF tag. It’s unfortunate that so many spammers are attracted to such sites that DF, but the plugin is a good idea for optimizing one’s site. Keep up the good work on steverenner.com :)

  81. I’m very happy meet this dofollow blog. It’s so useful for me, a boy who is just a beginner in blogging :”>

  82. This post really cleared up the whole dofollow and nofollow confusion for me. Thanks for your post and clarifying the matter.

  83. Steve,

    This is a very informative post. I have learned a good deal on what to look for when trying to find backlinks. I will be following your blog from now on.

  84. dofollow is a good decision, it was quite big hysteria about losing page rank, and even if it’s still a lot of controversy about this, i also think that in fact it can bring advantages and the most important is that it brings more and more quality comments

  85. Hi,
    I personally like your post; you have shared good insights and experiences or Do follow and No follow links. It will really help me in great deal.

  86. Hi,
    I personally like your post; you have shared good insights and experiences on Do follow and No follow links. It will really help me in great deal.

  87. Still i have some confusion about rel=”external” term, i saw this in many places where this term is mentioned instead of rel=”nofollow”. I need to ask whether both have same meanings or not. Thanks

  88. I am still trying to figure out how exactly to set up some internal links as far as do/no follow. This helps though! Thanks…

  89. My understanding is that if it’s “rel=”external” it just means to open the link in new window and is dofollow. You can easily check the links on a post whether one of the plugins to see if there are dofollow or not. All the ones that show that “external” term are dofollow when I check them.

  90. Garage Floor Coatings:
    In response to what your understanding is on “rel=”external than the reference your answer would be correct and this can be checked through the source code of the web page or a mozilla firefox add on.

    Steve,

    Have you seen an abundant change in your visitors with the do-follow and would you do a recommendation and reasons not to do it post in the future?

  91. Hi Steve one question, there is something good from an noffolow link, other that the robots can be guide from this link?

  92. I am just now changing over to do follow for a trial run for the next month. I have noticed on other sites that they post “rules” for posting which basically say if the comment is not thoughtful and related to the content of the post it will be considered spam. I am considering including something like that. I noticed that you did not mention “commentluv” as an option. Wondered what you thought of that plugin.

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  94. Apparently my coffee did still not work, i have corrected the worst spelling mistakes, so if you can publish this one in stead it would be great.

    Hi Steve,

    I have now been reading so much, on various blogs, about the Do follow, so I have decided to implement on one of my blogs (The one in my signature), just to see how it works.

    I although have two question which I am sure you can help me out on.

    1. Which of the Plugins you mention above would you recommend for a first time user? – I was thinking to try out the Semilogic one.

    2. To avoid to heavy spamming should I set, “all comments to be approved by admin” in the general settings of my blog.

    Cheers, Morten

  95. I was a firm believer in the “nofollow” camp for several years, and lately the more I have read about it led me to change my way of thinking. I write in the medical field, primarily nursing, and was not receiving any worthwhile comments until I changed to “dofollow”. I even went so far as to install keywordluv, and even though I now have to spend more time moderating, it’s well worth it. This old dog learned a new trick literally. Keep up the good work.

  96. Nice article written here. I got to know a few more things about dofollow. The dofollow search engine is really good.. Thanks

  97. I wonder how Google will judge comment links in a few years, they’re already clamping down on sites like Squidoo, i believe.

  98. Hi you all and dear this blog author,

    I suggest you all my friend to don’t turn you blog to Do Follow blog. If you are asking why? ok. here is the answer:

    http://hacktutors.blogspot.com/2009/11/warning-do-not-turn-your-blog-to.html

    Thank you!

  99. Wel then, i’m a firm NON believer of nofollow. Why would you place a nofollow on pages that add trust to your website, like a contactpage, disclaimer or even a shopping cart.. Spamsites do not have pages like these so let Google know your here to stay. This applies only for internal linking of course.

  100. J’étais à la recherche Google avec le mot clé ‘Do-Suivez les blogues sans modération “et j’ai trouvé votre message et vraiment aimé votre poste. Mais je n’ai jamais su ce pour cela que les modérateurs ne peuvent soutenir un texte d’ancrage à la place du nom. J’espère que vous mettez cela dans votre prochain post. Et je vais également mettre en signet vos postes pour un usage futur.

    Merci

  101. Still, cannot see any advantages then some spam and people searching for more pagerank…

  102. Well I don’t know if this type of linking will work in the future, but we can sure take advantage of them now. With Google you will never know how they will adjust their algo, but I guess we have to adjust to it and work our way through it.

  103. Do Follow on Comments naturally encourages more commenting
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  104. Thanks for changing to do follow. The disadvantage is you get more spammy comments so you have to moderate a bit harder. The advantage is you will get more traffic and as the content is good some of it will stick. Your Alexa ranking should fall dramatically as well

  105. This is part of this purpose of commenting but i always learn something new from the commentators.

  106. There is still some value for noffolow links as well but it makes some impact only on link diversification not on your direct ranking.

    And no-follow tag means – “no comments”, instead of “no spam”

  107. Hello
    Steve..
    Thanks a lot for sharing the info..
    I’ve made my blog do follow, too..
    although there’s alot of controversy about that, i still believe that be a do follow will bring a lot advantages for our blog..

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  108. I’m new to blogging, but I am already a big fan of getting rid of NoFollow on blogs. However, the one thing I learned from your post that I had not learned as of yet is a good way to use NoFollow. I just assumed there was no good use, but the idea of not wasting PR on a login page definitely makes sense!

  109. does all comments are DO FOLLOW? i mean all? arent there any comments that are no-follow?

  110. Thank’a a lot…
    comment do follow can be help us.

  111. Thanks for switching to a do follow blog. It seems there are less of them everyday. I’ve always felt you get more comments with do follow and the people commenting get a nice backlink. Seems like everyone wins.

  112. do follow comments are well approved by experts. these are widely used by web owners. i am glad you discuss these things here.

  113. Comment follow make people want to spam ur blog
    be war!

  114. It’s very nice post.

  115. Whoa! I am glad that your post is very wonderful. but I noticed that the DidYouPassMath plugin with WP 2.5 doesn’t work as well as it used to. I wonder what’s the problem.

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  117. I have decided to share the link love and allow “Do Follow” links on my Blog Comments.

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  119. What ever you can do to keep your pages fresh is a good thing even with new comments. This will give search engines a reason to keep crawling through your old pages and hopefully these pages will be linked to in the long run.

  120. Now watch you comment count explode!

  121. I can see that you put a lot of hard work on your blog, I’m sure I’d visit here more often.Great job, keep posting interesting articles here. All The Best

  122. Steve,

    I really enjoyed your post on the do follow/no follow topic. I already know about it extensively but this is one of the most complete posts that I have seen regarding the topic. I had never actually seen quotes from Matt Cutts that spoke in this much detail about where ‘Google’ seems to think the no follow tag should be used. Thanks!

  123. First off I want to say superb blog! I had a quick question in which I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
    I was interested to find out how you center yourself and clear your thoughts prior to writing.
    I have had difficulty clearing my mind in getting my thoughts out.
    I truly do take pleasure in writing but it just seems
    like the first 10 to 15 minutes are wasted just trying to
    figure out how to begin. Any recommendations or tips?
    Kudos!

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