More i-Follow Love

Seems like the i-Follow Movement is getting loads more support than I expected. Colleen over at is taking the I Follow Movement one step further. She has started the D List. It’s a complete list of all the blogs that use the dofollow plugin, and you can gain some great traffic, by joining the list, and commenting on these blogs. I’ve just got tagged by Jules, so I have to take this forward or I’ll be cursed forever and mushrooms will grow on my head!

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1. Write a short paragraph at the beginning of your post and link back to the blog that put you on the list in the paragraph. This isn’t a suggestion. You need to break up the duplicate content. Someone took the time to add you so the least you can do is give them an extra link back.

2. Copy the list of originals below COMPLETELY and add it to your blog. If you would like a different keyword for your blog then change it when you do your post and it should pass to most blogs with that keyword.

3. Take the adds from the blog that added you and place them in the “Originals” list.

4. Add at least 1 new blog that you KNOW us using the DO FOLLOW plugin to the list in the “My Adds” section. (Add no more than 5!) Let the people you’ve added know, so that they can keep the list going!

My Adds:

The Originals:
Midlife Musings
Utterly Geek
Whatever I Feel Like
My Dandelion Patch
Surviving NJ
Simple Kind Of Life
The Hockey Dad
Tricia’s Musings
Ugh!!’s Greymatter Honeypot

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  1. Hi,

    Everybody loves links. Even the google bot, but it dies not like non- genuine links.

    For instance, some time ago, google had a controversy over following paid links.

    Now for a spider or a crawler to identify the paid links from non-paid is almost impossible.

    But in most CMS , including wordpress and blogspot, it is very easy to identify comments from content.

    do – follow may go void, if google thinks so. Do you think it is worth all these??

    But still, it does good in the short term..

  2. My blog now follows links. At first I thought nofollow was a good idea but I have changed my mind on that. After a long time procrastinating I have seen the importance of “dofollow” and making sure everything stays connected and links don’t get broken. I will follow comments on my blog, I hope more people adopt these principals. Regards Bree.

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