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Google announced in 2005 that links using this tag would also not have an influence on the link target’s PageRank - and MSN and Yahoo followed Google’s lead. The intention was to prevent comment spams from being crawled by its search engine.
The NoFollow link attribute (rel=”nofollow”) was originally created to block search engines from following links in blog comments, due to the amount of blog comment spamming. Problem is, spammers still spam.
To show that i appreciate commenters and supports the Do Follow bloggers.. I turn off "nofollow" attribute on this blog
- Comments on this blog are made DOFOLLOW for the Google Spiders.
- Comments are moderated.
- Spam will not be tolerated.
If youre interested in disabling the NoFollow link attribute, check here on how to.. this one for WordPress, this post is for Blogspot and this post if you’re a Moveable Type user
And for some cool “U Comment, I Follow” badges, check out the blog of Randa Clay and http://blog.blogsthatfollow.com/u-comment-i-follow-badges/
this is also posted on my other blog.