is Officially Supporting the DoFollow, I Follow, No Nofollow Movement

DoFollow, I Follow, No Nofollow This blog is officially supporting the DoFollow, I Follow, No Nofollow movement. The “rel=nofollow” attribute within the comment section has been removed. From now on, anyone providing a URL (either in the website field or within the comment itself) while commenting on this blog will receive a natural back link. In other words, you comment, I follow.

If you are running Wordpress, you too can use the DoFollow plugin to remove your No Follow tags.

Once you remove No Follow, don’t forget to join the Bumpzee No Nofollow | I Follow | DoFollow Community!

Ian Lee
Work from home dad, marketer and photographer. Fallen in love with basketball all over again as I coach my daughter's team.

21 thoughts on “ is Officially Supporting the DoFollow, I Follow, No Nofollow Movement”

  1. I wasn’t aware that there was a “do-follow” movement. In any case, I think it is a good idea because people should be credited for constructive feedback and commenting.


  2. @Judith: Here is a few links that deal with removing no follow for Typepad:

    Mike Sanaone’s How to Remove NoFollow in Typepad Comments’s A NO NOFOLLOW hack for TypePad Users

    For more information on how to remove no follow on various blogging platforms, be sure to visit Andy Beard’s Ultimate List of DoFollow & Nofollow Plugins

  3. Another advantage, particularly for those with blogs in the Internet Marketing, or any topic of interest to fellow webmasters – is that you’ll get alot more visits from other webmasters… we appreciate the power of links – and it’s a small price to pay for ‘link bleed’ to get more traffic from my target audience.

  4. Love it. No-Follow meaninglessly fractures useful websites, and displaces the interconnected balance of the web. Great to see your site stepping up

  5. It encourages people to put comments, and if the comment is reasonable, it shows that your post is read. That shouldn’t hurt anybody…


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