wounded in the line of duty
I have to admit this is a new one for me. I've been aware of the criticism of rel="nofollow", and this "Dofollow" movement seems to be attempting to paint themselves as being opposed to it on principle, but...
Then they set up lists of links to open blogs, encouraging each other to go forth and comment for no other purpose but to raise Page Rank.
How crappy does your site have to be in order for you to spend time and energy on what, when all is said and done, is just link farming? Practically every Drupal deployment I've done over the past few years has risen to the top few results for any reasonably relevant query with virtually no conscious effort towards SEO. (Admittedly these are mostly for locale-specific organisations - take the place name out of the query, and it's a bit trickier.)
Black Hat SEO is what resort to when you're no bloody good at what you do, or when what you do is a scam.
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