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Generating Back-Links with Blog Comments

Jul 7th 2011 at 11:05 PM

Blog commenting has always been a good method to generate back-links to your webpage. However, in the past years or so peeps have actually started with comment bots to automate the practice.

I don’t know if you feel the same way as I do, but to me, this make little, if any sense, at all! I have been getting tons of peeps visiting my website leaving poor stricken comments like “My buddy really got aid from this article. I really am telling you to keep-up with the good work.”…..JJ?

Are spammers actually getting a return on this sort of thing? If so, I suppose “keep on keeping on”. But I don’t think that I am the only one to discern that there in fact isn’t anything being said here. I can’t be the only one that deletes this sort of crap.

I don’t understand what the major concern is about really contributing a few pertinent observations and participating like that to the conversation. It actually doesn’t take that long if you really are concerned in what’s actually being said. Plus it’s a lot more probable to get a quantity of traffic back to your own webpage anyway.

How To Leave Consistent Comments On Blogs – Forums and Websites

For anybody who is concerned, here are some straightforward guiding principles for everybody wanting to generate back-links through blog commenting:

Find a few blogs that on a theme that you either like or that you have gotten some advantage from and read it consistently.

Once you get an excellent sense for the blog, write a couple of significant comments on a blog that you truly like or that resonates with you personally.

Subscribe to the blog’s RSS feed. This will let you identify when there are fresh blog posts to write a commentary on.

Try to comment early on in the thread. While you can still get back-links from commenting on older posts, you will get considerably additional traffic if you always leave constructive comments on new posts

Read all the way through the other comments and add your 5 cents to the conversation by purposely adding significance to a posted comment with some advice, encouragement, comradely or words of appreciation.

Be helpful, either to the readers or to the blog author.

Rinse and repeat.

The art of writing an excellent and substantial comment on a blog really depends on actually having something to contribute rather than just offering an opinion. When you know that you have something to say, your voice becomes confident and your comment will naturally flow.

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