This Blog Is Now DoFollow

For the sake of giving back and spreading the link-love, I decided to turn this site into a DoFollow blog. It’s now time to share the link juice and make everyone (with the exception of spammers and malicious bots) happy.

What the heck is DoFollow?

DoFollow is actually a SEO jargon which is used to label a link that passes a value through a link-back from (i.e. your comments) to your website. All blog-sites and websites are NoFollow by default and it’s up to the site admin or blogger if he wanted to change the link attribute to DoFollow.

Benefits of DoFollow Blogs

DoFollow blogs exist to encourage commenting and discussions but it can also be very beneficial especially to people who just launched their blogs/websites. If you have a new blog and wanted to promote it, you can just look for blogs that are Do-Follow and try to comment on their post. Every back-link of your approved comment passes a value to your blog-site giving it a good reputation and value to search engines. Back-links are just like friends, the more friends you have the more popular you are. Same with your blog-site. The more back-links it has the more popular it become to search engines. Being popular to search engines means it’s well-indexed and is ranked higher in SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages).

Abuse on DoFollow Blogs

Because DoFollow blogs passes link-juice and popularity, lots of netizens called spammers attacked unaware DoFollow blog owners spamming blog posts with nonsense comments to create key-word oriented back-links to their commercial websites. This, is the very reason why lots of website/blog admins prefer NoFollow over DoFollow.

Comment moderation on DoFollow blogs is very strict. Kindly read the comment policy of this blog before posting your feedback. Happy blogging and don’t abuse the DoFollow feature.

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Empress is a tech enthusiast who loves to read and write. She founded Empress Content Writing & Digital Marketing Services to help small entrepreneurs grow their business.

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29 Comments

  1. Hi Dan. Magcreate nya kog post for the quick tutorial. Dali ra man. Naa ra kay einsert nga code sa imo file. Sa Blogger kay lahi pud. Will post an entry here lang nya.

  2. Nice question, josh. There are few ways to check if a site is dofollow or nofollow.

    a. Check page source – Use Control F to check if you can find DoFollow in the page code. If you can’t find any, then the page is NoFollow.
    b. Use a browser plugin that highlights nofollow links
    c. Ask admin/owner of the site/blog if his/her site is dofollow.

  3. Oh gracious! I seldom stumble upon a do follow site and I’m just one of those people who is very happy because of your site. You have a well written blog and you do explain do follow in a very understandable way.Thanks a lot.

  4. I found your blog through another blog and I must say it is very well maintained. I’m relatively new to blogs and have often overlooked them but I think that the dofollow from what I have seen certainly encourages user interaction and creates a great web of connected sites for us all to flit between.

  5. It’s cool to make a do-follow…But then again, it’s also one of the measurement on wheter you’re good in SEO or not…Those who knows SEO also knows how to find the good do-follow blogs…With lots of juice and few to share! But thanks anyway dude!

  6. Empress,

    Thanks for providing a way to help people with new blogs to get things going. I think you benefit as much from the increased visitor traffic as those people benefit from getting to leave comments.

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