I personally find that links in an answer look like the answer is likely to be advertising a certain product or promoting a blog and this makes me less likely to take time reading that answer or rate it as helpful.
I prefer the method that Twitter uses as you can always find the link to someone's website there without the tweets being full of links and I think Blurtit should be the same. If you find someone's answers helpful the next natural thing would be to follow them and then look at their profile. It would be helpful where people are making recommendations for them to put a relevant link in, but where it's for their own blog or product, I would not be interested in seeing those in answers.
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I noticed many people talking about such links and I think it is not bad to insert links if it refer to actual information. I read the full info here which describe how to get written papers on time. Well, I am agree with your suggestions.