This post is no longer relevant and although we appreciate all sites that are do-follow we now have to concentrate on building our ethical web directory and fulfilling our mission to help others.
Thanks for your visit however and we wish you good luck with your business and blogging.
I’m so glad you arrived here. It tells me that you are interested in dofollow blogs and being able to comment and receive a dofollow back link to your site.
I am adding this post so you can comment below and add your dofollow site. Please tell us your reasons for being a dofollow blog too so we can all learn a little more. We will be adding your RSS feed into this post herefor dofollow blogs on the web as an extra bonus. I am also going to subscribe to all RSS feeds from your dofollow blogs and get them out to twitter. I will work hard to get a large following so make sure youfollow me on twitter here too. On my twitter you can click all the dofollow posts that I tweet to save time searching the web to find somewhere suitable to add comments to.
(BTW Pledging for Change is dofollow and has commentLuv too so you can get two follow backlinks on these kind of sites)
Personally I believe that dofollow is a great way of saying thank you to those who take the time to make comments on our posts and that even though we should get a balance between dofollow and nofollow I think when a blogger takes the time to check their comments and protect their readers from spam adding dofollow is also their way of saying the are happy to align with another blog that is relative to their niche and added value to the post and the community.
If you are going to post a comment on a dofollow blog then please make sure it is within your niche and make sure you add some good content in your comment after you have genuinely read the post. The search engines are quick to notice that your blog is aligning with all and sundry in order to gain backlinks and they give a much higher credibility if the comment is posted into same or close niche. Makes sense doesn’t it? Why would an ethical blogger allow comments with links out to a NOT SO ETHICAL post and align his business with it?This would harm the iste and the comumunity. Nobody will add comments to a site that is full of comment spam!
I’m no expert on SEO but it just seems common sense that back links with dofollow help in rankings. Perhaps some kind SEO person would put us right?
Ok here goes.
Add a comment below to let us know that your site is dofollow and your reasoning behind it all. Don’t spam… that’s not allowed and don’t bother commenting and adding your site unless it is ETHCAL, so you will be wasting your efforts completely. All sites will be checked over and if not ethical then we do not align with such blogs or businesses here on Pledging for Change.