It depends on how competitive the keyword is.
Happens all the time for me.
Now for very competitive search terms. I may end up on page 2 to page 6.
If they all use WordPress maybe :pQuote:
Soon, every site on the net will be no follow.
It is getting harder to find forums in some industries that are not nofollow. For example, there is a list of travel forums in NB that supposedly allow sig links. I checked them out and and almost every one has gone nofollow or no longer allows signature links.
It looks like a lot of industries are getting tired of the spammers and are taking drastic measures to discourage them.
Even some of the Web 2.0 sites like Livejournal are now "nofollow".
Read More: http://news.livejournal.com/137436.html?page=14 Quote:
: In an effort to reduce spam on LiveJournal, the text string 'rel=nofollow' will be added to URLs for entries and comments posted from Plus and Basic accounts. This will help reduce visibility in search engines and make spam commenting less