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How effective is blog commenting?



#1
Seems like a lot of people currently use this method. They go to popular blogs and post their links there. The purpose of this is, of course, to get backlinks. There are even people on Fiverr offering these services.

Now, does this really work? If so, how good is the quality of such backlinks? What's the success rate? And how do you find these non moderated blogs that eventually will help your site grow?
 
#2
A blog comment is a response to a blog post that is composed at the same page as the blog post, generally right below the post content. Most blogs allow comments by any visitor and let you leave your name, email, address and a URL. The main reason is to commenting at other blogs are attention and trust. When you leave a comment at a blog, the blog owner gets as email notification. You get their attention for a moment. Ultimately you also get the brief attention of anyone who sees your comment. They may decide to visit your URL. So blog commenting generates a little traffic. And also search engines will keep track of your comment. One more reason of blog commenting is they can build trust. When you make a comment at a blog, you create an opportunity for people to trust you.
 
#3
Not so sure if this method of backlinking is the most up-to-date. I mean, it was a big craze some years back - but as usual, people turned into a spamming party. Anyway, though, blog commenting, oddly enough, is making a comeback - but in a different way. This way involves the fact that the mere presence of blog comments is massively good for SEO (possibly regardless of whether backlinks are involved).
 
#4
Posting links in other blogs and waiting for back links is all depends on how successful that particular blogs. Because if the visitors or readers like the blogs, they will definitely visit the links because they think that it's also related to that blogs. It's a good idea for me, specially using the popularity of the other blogs.
 
#5
Seems like a lot of people currently use this method. They go to popular blogs and post their links there. The purpose of this is, of course, to get backlinks. There are even people on Fiverr offering these services.

Now, does this really work? If so, how good is the quality of such backlinks? What's the success rate? And how do you find these non moderated blogs that eventually will help your site grow?
It does really work, maybe this backlinks has its own engine to give you back the points when you are viewing or commenting on popular websites. The success rate maybe depends on the traffic of your target websites if this website is very well known and your links are attractive as well I think it will work. I think most of the website will not give moderation if the links you have posted in their site is related to the subject of the site or topic. Like online jobs website, if you post a comment there and share your links in order to collect direct referral from your current online job to earn more, its just okay for them as long as its not a spam, or your link is exactly what you are talking about and most important it is also related to online jobs.
 
#6
Blog commenting has been an SEO strategy since the first time anyone opened up comments on their site in the first place. Mechanically, it's very simple in concept. Blog comments are content on a page. ... Since then, a few elements have been put into place that make it a much less viable strategy than it used to be.
 


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