How to Set Your WordPress Blog to Do Follow

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As you may know all WordPress blogs have the no follow attribute built in. This was done as an anti-spam measure quite some time ago, however it has completely and utterly failed. There are quite a few benefits to setting your WordPress blog to do follow. If you are thinking about doing so then this article is the right place to be.

First of all lets cover some of the benefits of setting your WordPress blog to do follow. For starters do follow links on WordPress blogs are a great way to encourage people to post comments. This leads to more people returning. If they know that sticking a link in their comment will lead to better SEO benefits for their website then they are more likely to take the time to post a comment. Having more comments on your blog posts makes it seem like your blog is more popular, and this helps to bring other visitors into the conversation which makes them more likely to return. SEO services in Singapore helps many websites that compile lists of do follow blogs for webmasters. This is a great way to get free backlinks and exposure to your WordPress blog.

Now on to the how to of setting your WordPress blog to do follow. The simplest way is to use a plug-in. There are a ton of them out there and they are free. It is a good idea to think about if you need any fancy options or not, as some do follow plug-ins include these. Some of the many available options include making comments only do follow for a limited amount of time or only making links do follow on recent posts, so that your old posts don’t get spammed by backlink building webmasters. Once you have selected the best one for you simply download it and then upload it to the plugins folder on your server. Log in to your WordPress blog and select the plugins tab. From here you can activate it. If you selected one with additional options it will now have its own options for you to specify. Depending on the plug-in you used this can be done either from the options tab, then selecting your specific plug-in, or the plug-in may create its very own tab.

In addition you can manually remove the no follow attribute to create a do follow WordPress blog. This is a bit more intensive and should only be attempted by advanced users. This article will not cover it as it is usually very unnecessary. If you are interested a simple search on Google can find a detailed tutorial.

Hopefully now you have learned how to easily make your WordPress blog do follow, and the benefits that go along with doing so.