Sunday, August 26, 2007


Most blogs don't allow comments to count as links. For example, if you leave a comment on my blog and you have your own blog though I can click on your name to get to your blog, the search engines do not count that as a real link. However, there is a movement called "do-follow" where the HTML code in your template is changed to allow everyone who comments to get a link back to their own blog. I first learned about this at Scribbit.

Check out Randa Clay's site to learn how to turn off the "no-follow" for your comments and give those who comment a link or two--I did. It allows everyone who comments on your blog to increase their power with the search engines and reinforces our community a little bit more.


  1. That's a great idea! Let us know how the hip thing worked out!! (after your doc visit)

  2. Thanks for reprinting this post, glad you liked it.

  3. thats a neat little trick.

    just catching up on your blog.hope the hips better and everything goes well with the doc.

  4. Great idea! Thanks for passing it along! ;)


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