We wanted to reward our fans and followers by making this a dofollow blog. For those of you unfamiliar with search engine marketing, I’ll give you a quick rundown.
Introduction to Dofollow and Nofollow
One factor in the determination of your Google ranking is the quality and the quantity of links pointing to your site. This used to include all links, including the ones in the comments of posts. Spammers caught on and pretty soon Google had to invent the “nofollow” attribute. This value, when assigned to a link in the HTML, told Google to not “follow” the link, making it essentially worthless to comment on most blogs in terms of search engine optimization. Most websites now have a “nofollow” value in the links of their comments to prevent spam and to control the overall “link juice” on their site.
Do follow Blog for the UNDIFND Blog
So that brings us to our site, undfindblog.com. We enabled “dofollow” to 1) reward our fans and help them in their search engine rankings and 2) incentivize discussion and thoughts. As many of you know, our product development is fueled by the community. Before redesigning or launching anything, we get feedback from our fans and product testers. We welcome your thoughts and now you’ll be rewarded for them!
We’ve also enabled Commentluv, a plugin that links to your latest post, giving your latest blog posts even more visibility. So comment away! We look forward to hearing from you.