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  • Eliot 9:23 am on February 5, 2013 Permalink |
    Tags: dofollow, ,   

    A Massive DoFollow List 

    Backlinks are very important when it comes to SEO.  Backlinks are currency in the world of Search Engine Optimization (SEO).  A dofollow link is great because it passes authority to the linked page.  If you are looking for sites that have dofollow links, here you go.

    *edit* DoFollow Blog List – The article doesn’t exist anymore. I will have to find a new site. *edit*

    This list is really impressive.  There are hundreds of site there.  Do you have a DoFollow site not on the list?  Let me know!  I will make sure its there.

  • Eliot 11:27 am on June 26, 2011 Permalink |
    Tags: dofollow, , integration,   

    Tackling Facebook Integration – Part 2 

    I was able to get Simple Facebook Connect installed.  I ran into a few minor issues.  Now I have to pick which SFC plugins I am going to use.  Some of the plugins will require CSS tweaks but it shouldn’t be that hard to get them integrated.

    I am just starting to use the plugin.  I really can’t speak of any value an integration with Facebook will provide.  Do you have any positive experiences to share about your integration?  Please drop me a comment telling me why.  Also, you will be rewarded because my blog is dofollow!


  • Eliot 10:35 am on May 25, 2011 Permalink |
    Tags: comment system, dofollow   

    Should I switch my site to DoFollow comments? 

    I have been thinking about this recently.  I wanted to encourage more comments on my site and I believe this will help.  I will probably have to moderate the comments but I think its worth it.  I have to read the comments anyway to response.:) I would like to hear your thoughts about the topic.

    • Klaus @ TechPatio 9:35 am on May 26, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Well, I’m mostly “for” do-follow, but on my blog I only offer do-follow on links created by CommentLuv, that way I’m sure that at least its other bloggers getting something out of it, and not people trying to take advantage by putting keywords as their name when commenting.

      So if you decide to go fully do-follow, I’d recommend you setup a comment policy and not allow people to use keywords as name – unless of course you just want a ton of comments, because you’ll get sooo many “nice post, very informative, thank you”-comments.

      • Eliot 11:41 am on May 26, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Klaus, thanks for the great advice. I will have to look at a developing a good comment policy. Right now I am using Askimet for SPAM filtering and reviewing what gets through that. I really like CommentLuv. I think its a great feature and will look to integrate it in my blog in the future. Are you using a WordPress plugin for CommentLuv?

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