DoFollow Plugins

February 18th, 2007
LinkyLoo, WordPress, WordPress Plugins

Ultimate List of DoFollow Plugins takes a look at several plugins that let you remove the nofollow that WordPress adds by default. Also covers plugins for other platforms and yet another list which adds the nofollow.




  1. Dosh Dosh (1 comments.) says:

    Awesome list. Andy Beard has been a long time advocate of DoFollow so it’s great to see that he’s getting some recognition for that .. :)

  2. Lucas McDonnell (3 comments.) says:

    Great list! I’ll be giving a few of these a try. I’ve been looking for these sorts of plugins — great to have them all listed in one place.
    – Lucas

  3. Jonathan (83 comments.) says:

    I run it on my site. Nofollow has been badly abused because there are so many great anti-spam tools now that fight the spam. Real commenters should get their link love for making their comment…

  4. Keith (6 comments.) says:

    Really? I do not realise that WordPress has a “nofollow” tag by default. I must be slow in realising the news.

  5. Ajay (209 comments.) says:

    It’s actually old news Keith, its been there for a long long time. I do hope they take it off.

  6. Jonathon Wolfe (1 comments.) says:

    Kimmo’s site was down last time I checked, but this post reminded me of his plugin… Good to see his site’s back up, and now I’ve got his plugin installed. Thanks!

  7. Randa Clay (1 comments.) says:

    Want to tell everyone that you’ve turned off the nofollow in your comments? Check out my new “ifollow” logos- grab one for your sidebar!

  8. Bape (1 comments.) says:

    Its ironic that many bloggers talk about this but then they actually use no follow.

  9. Blogger Tips (1 comments.) says:

    I just posted some new Free U Comment I Follow Buttons & Badges on my blog for anyone who wants a dofollow badge that’s a little more Web 2.0

  10. Andrew (12 comments.) says:

    The problem isn’t necessary spam in my opinion. I see too many DoFollow blogs, not really this one as much, that have so many people there commenting just for the backlink. I mean they use their keywords instead of their name, a little much if you ask me. It is tacky to scroll through 92 comments, most of them being people named (Male Extract, SEO Tools, Online Travel Tips), instead of seeing (Joe, Kathy, Mike, etc)….

  11. James (1 comments.) says:

    Hello, I’m a newbie here…By the way, thanks for the information,I want to ask you some question…please help me to solve my problems..
    1, Is it okay if I change my site from nofollow site to dofollow site ? because my friend told me that It would decrease the Page Rank of My site.
    2. If someone comments in one of my articles, then I comment in one of his/her articles too. Is it trackback ?
    3. and, if i comment in a dofollow site, will it become inbound link to my site ?

    By the way, sorry for my question…If you have time, I hope you can reply…Thanks….


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