Engines are using the nofollow HTML attribute, introduced in 2005, to keep their search results more relevant. Posting a link resource on a quality page that has nothing to do with the page's theme is SPAM. This type of commenting must be reduced to keep engine users satisfied with the result pages.
I say so what, I want engines to be relevant for all keyword searches because I am a good person. I help to optimize search engines by giving users quality link recommendations based on the theme of the page I am commenting on. Anyone can do what I do to help the engines maintain quality search results.
The following list contains links to 1000's of dofollow backlink sites. I am satisfied that around 70% of all postings using these are actually dofollows, 30% will attach the nofollow attribute to user outgoing links. The best odds I can find.
The nofollow tag looks like: 1) <head> <meta name="robots" content="noindex, nofollow"> </head> and 2) <a href="http://__/" rel="nofollow">__</a>.
To check for nofollow: At web page, View > Source > Edit > Find, then type nofollow. When there are no nofollows on the page, that's all that needs to be done. When finding a nofollow: 1) Were the head tags already searched? 2) Finding your url will show if it has the tag.
When posting, having a genuine interest in the blog context should increase the chances of getting your comment accepted. For quality posting motivation: Most editors, who maintain a quality site, will not post blog comments that are irrelevent to its content.
"The language of friendship is not words but meanings." - Henry David Thoreau
"I take rejection as someone blowing a bugle in my ear to wake me up and get going, rather than retreat." - Sylvester Stallone
Webmasters who use nofollow in their html write-up are doing so to reduce search engine SPAM. These webmasters, when they trust other authors who post to their web site will, in some cases, remove the nofollow when it's safe to do so.
When posting, the name field can be filled using your site's keywords. For example, sometimes I call myself SEO Specialist.
I add a link in the comment field when it is a good resource relating to the blog context. For future comments, I note the write-up type the comment field accepts or rejects. Examples: [URL=, [url=" ", <a href=" ".