A couple weeks ago I did a post on Why It’s Beneficial to Comment on Other People’s Blogs. And I explained a few reasons why this will benefit you. If you haven’t read it…I suggest you check it out after you’ve read this post.
But in this post I wanted to point out something that I feel not enough leaders are doing.
There is a default piece of code which gets attached to all comment links in WordPress which is called “nofollow” and what it does is it stops Google from following the commenters link. If that piece of code is NOT there, then Google will follow the link and counts it towards a higher ranking value for the commenters site or page.
When blog owners keep this little bit of code on their sites, you’re actually not getting any “link love” from the blog that you’re commenting on.
Yes, you are being seen by other commenters and all the points I made in my videos about why you should comment are still valid and I do highly recommend that you do comment on other people’s blogs for those reasons, whether or not they have removed the “nofollow” tag or not.
Here’s the thing…
There is no real reason (that I can think of) why you or any leader in this industry should not remove the “nofollow” code.
In internet marketing, the entire basis of success rides on you giving before receiving. So why not give “full on”? Link love and all?
I challenge all blog owners in network marketing to install this little plugin I found and starting giving 100% over and above to your readers.
Here’s a little video I made showing you the plugin and how to configure it.
And OF COURSE, I want you to leave a comment and get some LINK LOVE FROM ME.
What do you think? Should more leaders being doing this? If you don’t do it and have chosen not to, I’d love to know your reasons why.