Today I discovered a new dofollow blog comment strategy. If you have a dofollow blog, you need to know this new strategy. If you comment on dofollow blogs, I have some advice for you.
Blog comment spammers can be creative enough to fool the best of us. Here is one that got me!
As this blog becomes more popular I am seeing more comments that, though not obviously spam, add no value to the post or comments of others. Therefore, these comments are seen by me to be spam comments.
I follow the dofollow blog movement closely, and I’ve seen a number of blog owners criticize the dofollow blog movement. That’s okay – if every blog owner went dofollow, we would lose the advantage we have being dofollow blog owners.
DoFollow Blog Comment Rules: My blogs have been dofollow for a few months now, and for the most part it is going very well. However, I do get a few comments that I will NOT approve because they are obvious comment spam. Here are some real life examples of what I consider comment spam that I will not approve.
What are “Do Follow” blogs? “Do follow” is the opposite of “No-Follow”. Wordpress blogs, by default, use the HTML nofollow attribute on links that point away from the blog. This no follow attribute comes into play with the posting of blog comments. The no-follow tag tells the search engines NOT to follow the link to any other web sites.