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I follow. Do you?

Almost all blog platforms by default are set up so that a “dead end” piece of code is inserted wherever there is a link in a comment, so that search engines will not “count” the link as they are crawling the internet. This was originally designed to help stop comment spam, but it doesn’t work. What it does is remove some of the incentive for your readers contribute to your site by commenting on your posts.

What can you do about it? Turn off “nofollow”. Show your commenters that you appreciate them. Spread the link love.

How? Depending on the blog platform you’re on, you can install a plugin (like Do Follow for WordPress), or disable it (see this post if you’re a Moveable Type user) or modify your template (check this site for Blogger tips).

Turning off the “nofollow” on blog comments has become a sort of “movement”. Well, if we’re going to have a movement, we should have something to show our readers that we’re part of it, don’t you think? I’ve created some little “I Follow” logos that would work well for a side bar, and if you’ve written a post letting your readers know that you’ve turned off nofollow in your comments, you could link the logo to that post. I’ve also set up some quick CSS if you’d rather:








If you’d rather use just CSS – click here to open a separate page and then view the source to copy the CSS from. You can easily change the colors to fit in with your site.

[via I Follow at Randa Clay Design]

BlizzCon Contests Online Registration — Last Call!

BlizzCon ’07 is almost here, but there is still a few hours left to register online for our Dance and Costume contests. BlizzCon attendees interested in showing off their moves or dazzling the crowd with their creativity are encouraged to register as soon as possible.

Online registration for the Costume and Dance contests will close tonight at 8pm PDT!

Though online registration for our Sound-alike contest has reached capacity, all 3 contests will have limited onsite registration available at BlizzCon. We look forward to seeing everyone’s performance!

Visit our Contest Page to register.

Original post by World of Warcraft Community Site

BlizzCon Panels and Schedule

We’ve just released the final schedule and panel lineup for BlizzCon. The schedule lists the locations and times for
the major events that will take place during the convention, such as hands-on gaming, tournaments, contests, and of course the
developer panels where Blizzard’s game designers talk about the many aspects of making a great game. The panel lineup will give
you more information on who will be attending each panel and which topics will be covered in each session.

Check out the schedule of events and the developer panel lineup now!

Original post by World of Warcraft Community Site

World of Warcraft Comic Cover Artist Jim Lee at BlizzCon

To commemorate the recently announced World of Warcraft comic book series, artist Jim Lee will be on hand for autographs and to meet BlizzCon attendees at the DC booth from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM on Friday August 3. Take this opportunity to pick up a free promotional poster as well as a sneak peek comic, which features an exclusive BlizzCon variant cover by series penciller Ludo Lullabi.

Original post by World of Warcraft Community Site

BlizzCon Tournament Brackets and Player Profiles

The brackets for the StarCraft, Warcraft III and World of Warcraft Arena tournaments at BlizzCon are now live. These brackets
show the starting matches and also provide some information about the contestants who will be competing in this year’s BlizzCon
tournaments. We will be updating these brackets after each match during BlizzCon, so make sure to check back to see the latest
tournament results and replays.

Check out the brackets here: StarCraft, Warcraft III, World of Warcraft Arena Tournament

Original post by World of Warcraft Community Site

BlizzCon Begins This Week!

BlizzCon 2007 is schedule to kick off this Friday, August 3, at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA. The show
will feature two days of gaming, contests, developer Q&A panels, tournaments, and more, in addition to live entertainment
by Jay Mohr, Video Games Live, and Level 70 Elite Tauren Chieftain. Our recruiting team will be there, too, so if you’re
interested in pursuing a career at Blizzard, come prepared with your resume, demo reel, or business card.

See our recent media alert for more details, and we’ll see you in Anaheim!

Original post by World of Warcraft Community Site

Jay Mohr to Appear at BlizzCon

We’re pleased to announce that comedian and actor Jay Mohr will be performing at BlizzCon 2007. In addition to hosting and performing
during the closing-night celebration, which will also feature the performances of Video Games Live and Level 70 Elite Tauren Chieftain,
Mohr will serve as master of ceremonies for the BlizzCon Contest segment that caps off the show’s first night.

Learn more about Jay Mohr’s BlizzCon appearance in this press release.

Original post by World of Warcraft Community Site

Blizzard Art Contest!

On August 23 until August 26, 2007, Blizzard will be attending the Leipzig Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany. In honor of this special occassion, we are holding a contest! Submit your best StarCraft or Warcraft fan art to us and you might just win a trip to the Leipzig Games Convention! Visit our Blizzard GC 2007 Fan Art Contest page to learn more. You can also read the Terms and Conditions of this contest here.

Original post by World of Warcraft Community Site

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