Encourage comments on your blog!
Do you have your own blog or website? If so, it’s pretty much a given that you want to increase your incoming links, right? Wouldn’t it be great, if the comments we left on other sites ‘counted’ with the search engines? THEY CAN!
Find out how to make the comments on your site ‘count’ below.
If you scroll about 1/2 way down my sidebar you’ll notice a graphic that looks like this:
It means I have installed a wordpress plugin that will disable the ‘nofollow’ attribute in my comments. The ‘nofollow’ is an HTML attribute that can be attached to a hyperlink. Basically, it tells search engines not to ‘count’ (or follow) that link.
It was set up to keep comment spam to a minimum, but it doesn’t work. Spam is now controlled by other means, so why not share the **Link Love** and disable the ‘no follow’ attribute?
When you fill out my comment form with your name, website and url, the search engines will follow that link and you’ll get an ‘effective’ back link from mommyknows.com. **U Comment I Follow** – You too can help your readers and encourage commenting all at the same time!
Here’s how you can join the ‘i follow movement’:
Want to know more? Check out these great posts, by bloggers who explain this way better than I do.
In addition, if I receive more than 100 â€˜uniqueâ€™ comments on any post between January 19th, 2007 and January 31st, 2008 (@ 9:59 pm MT) I will give away a FREE pair of Bical Grippers to one lucky commenter on that post (random draw) – Value $26 each! Thatâ€™s 13 pairs of shoes!
You may enter by commenting on ANY or ALL posts between between January 19th, 2007 and January 31st, 2008 (@ 9:59 pm MT). Comments will be turned off after 48 hours on each post – so come back often.
See full rules here: CONTESTS!