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How are they making their comment DFollow when all others are NFollow?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by dantob, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. dantob

    dantob Power Member

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    I came a cross a blog in which all the comments are no follow except for a couple that are dfollow (left by the same individual). All the comments before them are NF and all the comments after them are NF as well (so it's not just something that started at a certain time).

    What is weird about it is that when you hover over their name that they used to leave the comment it shows on bottom of the browser an email address (with the phrase "mail2(the actual word "to" though instead of "2"):" before the email addy instead of url (all others would show their url for their name). At the end of their comment they left a link with their anchor text. Now using SEO4Firefox as well as SeoQuake it indicates all the rest of the people that commented with their names as links and any links people left within their comment as "NF". Only their link within their comment is DF. I double checked this by viewing the source code of the page and showed no "rel=nofollow" like it does for the rest of the comments.

    What else I noticed when viewing the source code was that just for their comment it had some sort of an array code inserted right before their actual comment. No where else was this present except for their comment. Is this some sort of array being used that makes their comment DF? I've never ran across anything like this before. Anyone else seen this before on any blog? How are they achieving this?

    Here is the array code:

    //<![CDATA[
    var l=new Array();
    l[0]='>';l[1]='a';l[2]='/';l[3]='<';l[4]='|121';l[5]='|111';l[6]='|82';l[7]='|32';l[8]='|108';l[9]='|101';l[10]='|97';l[11]='|104';l[12]='|99';l[13]='|105';l[14]='|77';l[15]='>';l[16]='"';l[17]='|109';l[18]='|111';l[19]='|99';l[20]='|46';l[21]='|111';l[22]='|111';l[23]='|104';l[24]='|97';l[25]='|121';l[26]='|64';l[27]='|119';l[28]='|101';l[29]='|114';l[30]='|104';l[31]='|100';l[32]='|110';l[33]='|97';l[34]=':';l[35]='o';l[36]='t';l[37]='l';l[38]='i';l[39]='a';l[40]='m';l[41]='"';l[42]='=';l[43]='f';l[44]='e';l[45]='r';l[46]='h';l[47]=' ';l[48]='a';l[49]='<';
    for (var i = l.length-1; i >= 0; i=i-1){
    if (l.substring(0, 1) == '|') document.write("&#"+unescape(l.substring(1))+";");
    else document.write(unescape(l));}
    //]]>
     
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  2. bhatsuccess

    bhatsuccess Junior Member

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    Can you post the url?
     
  3. terry56

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    Dont know what its doing, but that array is ascii codes for characters.

    It says:
     
  4. polocolto

    polocolto Regular Member

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    Is it wordpress, blogger or what?
     
  5. xenoxen

    xenoxen Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    answer on one question - is this url **************** or no follow ? in the source code url has nofollow atribute and other programs see it as a **************** . I have an idea - go to webmaster tools and there is a 'script?' which allow you to see the website as a google bot/spider - meaby this will help sth.
     
  6. blackhatdavid

    blackhatdavid Regular Member

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    It seems like I have seen a plugin (or two) that allows "authorized" commenters to have follow links.
     
  7. dantob

    dantob Power Member

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    But how can someone be able to edit their link on someone else's blog and make it a nf link a df link? This is very interesting to be able to find out how it's done.
     
  8. beolion

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    The solution was for sale a week ago or so.
     
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  9. latox

    latox Registered Member

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    What is the link? send me it, it was filtered out.
     
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    emil4008 Junior Member

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    Do you know who is selling this method?
     
  11. CyHead

    CyHead Regular Member

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    The javascript array is used to hide the email address, so that bots can't read it.

    Are you sure it's not the user or his friend or a guest writer on his blog who has their links nofollowed?

    If you pm me the link, I can probably figure it out for you. I'm guessing that it's the author or one of his friends.
     
  12. negligence

    negligence Regular Member

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    Instead of posting as an anonymous user, try registering a user on the blog and then posting a comment.

    I know that works on some sites, but not enough to be worth it in my opinion.
     
  13. beolion

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    I can't find the url :( sorry.
     
  14. terry56

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    just check your browsers history