wrote @ April 11th, 2007 at 3:44 pm
Thanks Char. More for passing the word than anything else. I hope there comes a time when all bloggers know nofollow and turn it off.
Or better yet, WordPress doesn’t come with nofollow enabled on comments by default. Maybe if enough bloggers actually open their eyes to this, it will at least become an optionable thing in WordPress, because it should at least be up to the blogger whether he or she wants to have nofollow enabled or not on the comments.
Anyways, I just stopped by to say that it’s great to see that more and more people are opening their eyes – So welcome to the light side (that’s the opposite of the dark side, right? )
Posted above is my permalink to Andy’s new Bumpzee No-NoFollow community.
Help me not be the lone-lady…K?
wrote @ April 14th, 2007 at 5:11 pm
I joined the do_follow league too!
This is becoming quite a movement – it’s great.
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Hey Do Follow is great. I found your blog through it and am having fun reading.
wrote @ May 27th, 2007 at 1:56 am
En http://www.puntofape.com/ se sigue y apoya la eliminaciÃ³n de la etiqueta nofollow en los comentarios. Desde ahora I follow!!
im part of the movement i hope it doesn’t become a calling for spamers
wrote @ June 8th, 2007 at 2:57 pm
Do-Follow seems to be a great movement to be a part of. Love your blog design and the 3 column header graphics. Impressive!
I would love to follow, unfortunately I have a customized template. I’ve tried everything…without success.
I’m going to have to change my template, just to get rid of the no-follow!!!!
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