The Do Follow List contains now more than 400 links to sites which have the “no follow” tag disabled from the comments, which means that if you comment on these sites, you will get an actual link back to your site.
Right now the new blogs’ additions will appear on top of the list,
but soon I’ll change that to a more useful order based on the blogs’ “power”. (I’m not sure about this part yet…)
New feature: Next to each link on my Do Follow List you can find the blog’s tehnorati rank.
If you find this Do Follow List useful, please consider linking to it.
You can use this piece of code:
<a href="http://nicusor.com/do-follow-list/">Do Follow List</a>
If you would like to be included on this Do Follow List, please use the contact page or post a comment here with your blog name and link.
The comment will be held for moderation, but I’m checking my site several times a day so it won’t be long until your site will be on the Do Follow List.
Oh, and I’ll check if you really follow as well.
If you think that a certain site shouldn’t be on the list, please let me know so I can remove it.
In case you want to let your visitors know that you are part of the Do Follow Movement, you can use one of the I Follow Images - there are different shapes and colors to choose from.
Thank you all for your collaboration and I’m hoping that my Do Follow List will help each of you as much as possible!
P.S. Due to the large number of comments on this post, I decided to make the comments nofollow on it.Tags:blog , do follow , nofollow , technorati
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