What is a Do-Follow Blog? Or a No-Follow Blog?
A no-follow blog is a blog that lets you post your link in your comment, but it informs the search engines not to count it as important. This came to be because of so many spammers out there slapping their links on every page they can. In fact, WordPress automatically makes every link in the comments a nofollow link. You can change it if you own the blog, which can result in a lot of spam, but there are ways to cut the spam down to size.
A do-follow blog is the better idea these days, in my opinion. I mean, if you want people to post comments and articles on your blog, why not give then something in return? I love to post my articles on other peoples blogs, as long as they give me a link back. And if they don’t let me link… guess what? I don’t post my comments or waste my time there.
That’s why all of my blogs are do-follow blogs. Take a look at the links on the right —> They are all do-follow blogs. Please, feel free to register and post your articles and comments with your link on any one of them. But be warned- I do delete spam.
How do I define spam? To me, spam is any comment that is inappropriate. There is no point in posting a sex site at my recipe site. I won’t allow it. The same is true with sales pages that have 1000 links to them but no page rank. (I know this thanks to my SEOBook toolbar.)
If your website is just a sales page, that requires an email address to view, that is automatically spam to me. I know this is a common trend in internet marketing, but I vote against it. If something is free, then it shouldn’t require your email address, your zip code or your blood type. But that’s just me. A lot of do-follow blogs do allow these kind of sites to sign up and link.
These days, with web 2.0 and all, a lot of people are making money online (including me). So why not join me and be a do-follow blog? Stop by System Cash and post a money making idea. And I will click through to your site and post one too.