Active Dofollow & Comments Policy
I activated dofollow for comments and trackbacks.
That means that if you leave comments or link to one of my posts, the link to your site will be seen as a “vote” from my site to your by search engines, giving you some help for better ranking in SERPs. (If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you should read this introduction and a brief explanation on how pagerank works)
I want to encourage comments and trackbacks and to reward the readers that with their contribute helps the discussion to grow, and since I added the math question antispam plugin, I feel confident I’ll be able to handle comment spam.
The Top Commentators plugin remains active, to give an additional reward to the most active users that receive a link from each page of this blog.
A comment will be deleted if:
- Contains links to splogs or MFA (Made For Adsense) sites
- Contains racists statements and stuff like that
- Adds no value to the discussion
Keep in mind that I accept and am happy to receive constructive critics… so don’t be afraid to criticize me, and I love to have fun, so jokes (in small quantities ;) ) are welcome… just use your brain when posting a comment!
Comments containing more than one link in the comment body are moderated.
I check comments quite often, so you should be able to see it in a few hours, but sometimes I have to sleep, too.francesco mapelli
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