Just a small mistake I noticed:
People with Pro accounts will, I think, be surprised to learn that all their links are annotated with
rel=nofollow. This attribute essentially flags these links as untrusted or suggests they are part of comment spam or paid links. (Wikipedia has a page on
nofollow.) I can imagine some authors would prefer write.as not annotate every link in their posts with the flag “this is comment-spam”. Perhaps they could be given the option to opt-out of these editorial additions?
Neither wordpress.com nor ghost.io add nofollow to links in posts, as far as I can tell. Examples: https://mashimo.wordpress.com/2017/07/26/logistic-regression-with-python-statsmodels/ , https://cucumber.ghost.io/blog/example-mapping-introduction/
Thanks for a great service.