Are comments on a blog 'nofollow' by default?
I was just wondering whether it's worth my URL in comments that I place on blogs, as in do they count as 'dofollow' or 'nofollow' links. I'd just like to point out that I'm not spamming, I was just thinking of leaving the links in my signature.
It depends on the blog. Sites like blogger automatically make all blog comments link "nofollow" and bloggers have to manually remove the tag.
You can find dofollow blogs on sites like followlist.com
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