For those of you un-familiar with DoFollow, here’s a quick rundown:
What is DoFollow?
DoFollow is a term that describes a link that does not have a rel=nofollow attribute. In essence, links with nofollow are not completely recognized or otherwise ignored by search engines. While some search engines, such as Yahoo, do recognize nofollow links, Google typically doesn’t, and since links are one of the main necessities to high PR, it is important that you build DoFollow links towards your website.
DoFollow Link Building Strategies
There are many ways to build DoFollow links, including:
- Commenting on DoFollow Blogs
- Bookmarking your site on DoFollow Social Bookmarking networks
- Posting on DoFollow Forums
- Submitting articles to DoFollow Article Directories
- Adding links to DoFollow Social Network profiles
Each DoFollow resource page linked above lists sites by PageRank, and also gives some tips about how to use them to create quality backlinks.
DoFollow Blogs for Blog Owners
If you are a blog owner, making your blog DoFollow means that you are removing the nofollow attribute from the links to your commenter’s websites. There are simple ways to make your blog DoFollow. For self-hosted WordPress blogs, simply download and install a DoFollow plugin. Once activated, it will automatically make your visitor’s comments DoFollow. For Blogger / Blogspot blogs, you have to download your blog template’s HTML source code and remove the rel=”nofollow” in the comments area. Learn more about how to make your blog DoFollow.
One of the biggest concerns with going DoFollow is spam. Spammers find their way to most blogs eventually. There are several ways to combat commenting spam. One of the best ways to encourage valuable comments is to have a short and concise comment policy near your comment form, indicating that if specific things are unmet, the comment will not be approved, hopefully thwarting spammers from thinking they will get a link with a crappy comment.
What Makes The DoFollow Blog Directory Special?
So if you are a DoFollow blog owner, please come by and submit your link to the DoFollow blog directory. In addition to listing the above features, you can also list your blog as not allowing keywords and DoFollow links only happen after a set number of comments.
Also, don’t miss the DoFollow blog, which covers everything you need to know about DoFollow.