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Great catch, thank you!
Ram, thanks for the comment.
As far as I've probed, YouTube and Pinterest let one put both types of links to a piece of content. Depending on where in the network the link is located, it can be either dofollow or nofollow. In the post, I spoke about the places dofollow links were to be found.
As far as Reddit is concerned, all the links I've been adding to it have been dofollow. However, if you have an example which states the contrary, please share it ;)
I thinks Twitter should do more to promote the lists feature, since it's really useful :)
Sounds awesome, Spook SEO!
To answer your question, YouTube links work for free-hosted WordPress and Tumblr blogs, that is, the URL of your site should contain .wordpress or .tumblr in it. Otherwise YouTube will keep saying it doesn't match.
So, even if you have a WordPress site but the URLdoesn't end with .wordpress.com, it won't let you add a link :(
Thank you! Looks like you really went an extra mile :)
I'm following you on Twitter now.