A few months ago, I decided to remove the nofollow code from my blog. The spam was almost non existent, so I took the next step recently and wrote a post announcing my Do Follow status (http://www.familymusings.com/2010/06/do-follow-mommy-blogs.html). And fortunately, so far, I've still had little trouble with spam (and gasp, I don't even require captcha on my comments!).

So, what I am looking for now, are more mom blogs to add to my Do Follow list. If you are a Do Follow blog and would like to increase the traffic to your site, and comments, let me know and once I verify it, If you add my link to your blog sidebar, I'll add your blog to my list. We can help one another.

Thanks,
Jennifer

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I am following you. I am looking for followers but I am hoping to find blogs to read and people who will read and comment on mine.

http://joannaslife.com

 i tried to follow your it wouldnt let me 

Hey guys..trying to follow u two...

Your site isnt opening Joanna.

Would love to help out
my blog
http://sewcraftable.blogspot.com

email: sewcraftable@gmail.com

{plus I am asking for Guest Posters}
Joanna & Jessica,
I checked out both of your blogs and you have not removed the rel=nofollow code. Once that code is removed, any links you create, or commentors create will have "juice," in other words, Google will recognize them. So long as the rel=nofollow code is on your blog, Google ignores all of your links.

If you remove the code, let me know. I'll be happy to add you to my list!
Oh! And I am now following both of your blogs!

Jennifer Sabin said:
Joanna & Jessica,
I checked out both of your blogs and you have not removed the rel=nofollow code. Once that code is removed, any links you create, or commentors create will have "juice," in other words, Google will recognize them. So long as the rel=nofollow code is on your blog, Google ignores all of your links.

If you remove the code, let me know. I'll be happy to add you to my list!

Would love to follow you for sure. I would love it . I hope you will take time to read mine..

http://www.radionursery.com/#!blog/cuhb

Im also looking for readers to give my blog a try. I'll be following everyone.

http://www.imperfectmom247.com/

Im following you...Imperfect mom.

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