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Amy Said,
May 11th, 2007 @10:40 am  

Hey Jason, what is the nofollow tag? Can you explain it for us non-techy people?

Rinsem Said,
May 11th, 2007 @11:41 am  

I’ve been using DoFollow for sometime now and participated in all of the hype surrounding it by leaving comments on posts like this. I think it does build more of a community as encourages comments which is what we all like to see right?

Jason Said,
May 11th, 2007 @2:24 pm  

Basically, when you have nofollow, spiders will not follow that link so it does not count in the search engines.

So before, if someone left a comment with a link, google would ingore it. It would only send traffic from the people who actually clicked on it.

Now, with the dofollow plugin, search engines will take these links into consideration. It’s just for showing more link love to the rest of the community.

Court Said,
May 11th, 2007 @2:57 pm  

This plugin is a great plugin. It really rewards the readers who provide value to our blogs. I joined the movement and have embraced it fully. I think it’s only fair.

May 11th, 2007 @3:54 pm  

I’m using a similar plugin on my blog. Funny thing, the the nofollow thing was invented by google, there was a plugin for wordpress that inserted this into links, now we use one that removes it.

May 11th, 2007 @7:22 pm  

Welcome to the dofollow community on Bumpzee.

I would suggest only having your blogroll and top commenters on the front page, and to work on increasing the number of internal links on your single pages.

Also I have a hacked version of sociable that adds nofollow to the links, as those links don’t link to any content, just a form.

Jason Said,
May 12th, 2007 @1:11 pm  

That would be good, where can I get it from?

May 12th, 2007 @1:25 pm  

Linked through to my WordPress Plugin hacks.

Brent Said,
July 18th, 2007 @9:16 am  

Wow this dofollow sounds great! Is there any plug-in that will eliminate nofollow on blogger?

November 13th, 2008 @3:50 pm dofollow search engine 🙂

January 20th, 2010 @7:26 pm  

I think that there should be no ‘nofollow’ switches for search engines. From what I understand, Yahoo completely ignores this and just takes the link anyways.

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