Dofollow Blogs List for Search Engine Optimization

To get one thing straight up front: I don't want this list to be used by someone who blogs with pointless comments like "Great blog! Keep up the good work!" spammed to build backlinks. I write blog comments here and there myself to get one or the other backlink, but I try to write something that helps the post, that gives additional information that the readers might be interested in or something that might be useful in other ways represents added value for the blog operator. I think if you really make an effort with the comments and do not use any link targets such as poker sites or online casinos, then most blog operators will not mind and activate the comments. So use the list wisely and be nice to the webmasters who give you backlinks. And don't forget to leave something here and there on nofollow blogs, because a "natural link profile" also has nofollow links. :)

Bloglists from 2013 and 2014 for the link building: The problem is always the lack of topicality

There are various dofollow blog lists on the Internet through which you can find blogs that allow you to link with dofollow links. The problem is: the blogs change a lot. That means either the blog no longer allows comments or the comments are all with nofollow links. For this reason, I would like to refer you to a couple of interesting lists, which I will look through again both in 2013 and 2014 and where you are sure to find one or the other blog that will help you to build links.

Lists of dofollow blogs

  • http://dofollow.de/listen/dofollow-blogs-finden/
    This is the status from 2013. So the list is being maintained a bit and in fact the dofollow blog is also an interesting place to get dofollow links, because there are even more lists there ...
  • http://dofollow.de/listen/dofollow-blogs/
    Immediately again dofollow.de - this time with a list that is sorted by Alexa rank. Something different than sorting by pagerank. :)
  • http://www.seo-tipps.eu/dofollow-blogs/
    Here is a list, but note the date after the entry. A number of entries were no longer dofollow during my test, but only gave nofollow links.
  • http://dennisfarin.de/liste-mit-dofollow-blogbetreibern-no-spam/
    Dennis also made the effort and listed some blogs. The list doesn't have that many blogs, but there are definitely some really good blogs that you'll stumble across!
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29 comments

  1. Uwe says:

    Hello Sir Apfelot, the topicality is certainly a point that needs to be taken into account. But in the end it doesn't matter as it does the mix of do and nofollow links. By the way, I recently switched my blog with PR1 to Do Follow.

  2. Paul says:

    Thank you for the list,

    has brought me further forward;)

    Lg

  3. Chucky says:

    Hi, thanks for linking, a new update of the list is pending again anyway, so I'll pay more attention to whether blogs have switched to nofollow again.

    gruß
    Chucky

  4. Tom says:

    Yes, thank you very much for putting it together. I see it the same way, backlinks with all due respect, but you shouldn't fall below a certain level in the comments. Either you have something sensible to say on the topic, or you just leave it entirely.

  5. Thorsten says:

    I also think that if people get the chance to get a backlink, they should write a lot nicer.
    They get something for free and sometimes write something of unqualified things in the comments.
    So thank you very much for the list

  6. Ben Mueller says:

    So we have really only had good experiences with the do-follow comments - I really can't confirm what Thorsten writes. In all of our projects, the quality of the comments is (almost) always high, and the few comments that only want to catch a backlink are quickly filtered out.

    • Sir Apfelot says:

      @Ben: Why do I get the feeling that you are only writing here for a backlink, because you cannot enter a homepage in the comment field on your site ... but since it is certainly not so, you will not mind that I also removed the homepage link in your case ...

  7. Japp says:

    Hello, please be so kind and add * URL removed * to your DoFollow list. Here is the link to an article where you can check the dofollow status: * URL removed *

    Warm wishes

    • Sir Apfelot says:

      Japp, do you mean I've got one on the pear? The URL you posted is the only one on your whole blog where a comment is visible. All other posts have "Comments Off". Could it be that you just wanted to sneak a backlink here? Really poor, if you have to resort to such techniques to advertise your homepage ...

  8. Markus says:

    Hi, thank you very much for your lists. I'm new to the blogger scene and would like to slowly work my way up ... Perhaps one day I would like to work completely independently.

  9. Marco says:

    I'm currently creating a mega list of Dowfollow blogs, I know there are 1000 of these lists but there are none that are really always up-to-date or are being revised.

    The list includes not only DoFollow blogs, but also DoFollow forums on which you can post links as well as DoFollow web catalogs that you can tackle quickly.

    @Sir Apfelot
    Thank you for your small but compact list, these have brought me further.

    • Sir Apfelot says:

      Hello Marco or Benjamin!
      Would you please post a link to the list? I think that would also be interesting for the other readers here.
      LG!

  10. Kevin says:

    Hello, please add it to the DoFollow list ...

    http://www.time4adventure.de (PR0)
    A blog about traveling, travel reports, travel tips from Europe, Asia, Africa and from all over the world :)

    Thank you very much

    Kevin

  11. Jens says:

    I operate on my website http://www.norules-webdesign.de a blog in which the comment links do not have a nofollow note.
    You may want to add it to your list.

  12. Schindler, Sven says:

    Hello Sir Apfelot,

    first of all thanks for the list. That a comment should make sense should normally go without saying. I use some of these sources myself for my backlink building, although I'm not exaggerating in that direction. I pay more attention to the comment itself because it also generates a lot of traffic. It all depends on a good mix.

    Greetings Sven

  13. Markus says:

    Thanks for the good compilation of the lists. I also have a DoFollow blog http://www.selbststaendigkeit-projekt.de that you are welcome to add to the list.

  14. Marco II says:

    Maybe very interesting for bloggers: My brand new DoFollow project to introduce blogs. Maybe you will add it to the list: http://blogs.vorgestellt.de My main blog is also dofollow, but I don't want to see that in such lists as I prefer real readers to backlink droppers.

  15. Tim says:

    Really great list!
    I would also be very happy if you my dofollow page http://beste-serien.de could enter?

  16. E. B. says:

    Thanks for this post. I can see that it is older and I hope that you still have a lot of visitors here. I have now also activated my blog for comments with dofollow. Anyone who wants a backlink can leave me a comment.
    Just a request: they should be comments that make sense. If you only write "Thank you for this post" or something similar - unfortunately I cannot approve these comments. Just click on my name to go to my website.

  17. Shark tech says:

    Hello Sir Apfelot.

    Thanks for the contribution. How is it with PR1 etc .. this division is no longer there, is it? It has never been updated for a while. Correct?

    • Sir Apfelot says:

      Right, this has not been used for years and is no longer updated by Google. I would rather use the domain rank (DR) (can be found on ahrefs.com), which gives information about the link strength.

  18. Hans says:

    It is important that you get left. But if you just concentrate on it then I don't think it's right anymore. Write comments for posts that are important. Over time, you will determine how many links open at once. Leave the best mark on the Internet.

  19. Ronny Petrich says:

    Hello in the round,
    the article is short and sweet. And even if it is from 2013, it is still up-to-date, which is borne out by the recent comments. I also see it this way that a healthy backlink profile also includes no follow links. That's why I write comments in these blogs from time to time.
    I just find it bad how long you have to search to find a do follow blog. Because a lot has to come together.

    1. The topic has to fit.
    2. The blog must also be maintained.

    It doesn't help if the blog is great but nobody cares anymore. The waiting times for a comment to be activated are sometimes enormous. Most blog operators just don't know how to set up Do follow comments on their blog for visitors. It's pretty easy.

    Best Regards
    Ronny

  20. Sascha says:

    An old article that still holds up very well in the search results and is still quite up-to-date when it comes to the topic. I definitely agree with the previous speaker that it is not the bulk of the backlinks that is relevant, but that a thematic reference should also be guaranteed.

    There are backlinks on every street corner (or network corner), but most of them, whether do-follow or no-follow, simply offer no added value and the complex Google algorithm recognizes this to a certain extent.

    A colorful mix of high-quality, thematically relevant backlinks, do-follow links through comments (like this one) and directories (except those that annoy you with calls every day) should be the healthy mediocrity.

    Such comments, even after such a long time, not only contribute to the fact that your own page can enjoy a link, but is also a reward for the efforts of the article author in terms of feedback and length of stay on the page.

    I'll take a look at the newer articles here now ...

    Sunny greetings
    Sascha

    • Sir Apfelot says:

      Hi Sascha! Thanks for your comment. I agree with you, you should definitely set a few links that fit thematically, but of course you can also have "inappropriate" links in your profile. In some cases I have even experienced that these strange statistics portals, which automatically compile information about a domain, have an effect. So I guess just don't overdo it and stay "under the radar". Then it fits. ;) LG! Jens

  21. Nadja says:

    Since I want to reward commentators, I have now switched my new blog psychisch-ausgeglichen.de to DoFollow. Meaningful comments with added value will definitely be activated and will also receive a "DoFollow" :-)

  22. Christopher Seidel says:

    Super written and informative article :-). A very good lineup. I will read this blog properly ????

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