I have a question about blog commenting.

Profile picture of the author Blaine Smitley by Blaine Smitley Posted: 12/31/2012
When I find a worthy blog that is in the niche I'm in...

And I find that it's do follow for commenting..

And I see that the pr of the page that the comment will go on (using SEO quake) is listed as (PR: n/a) does this mean that it's worthless to post on?
#blog #commenting #question

  • Profile picture of the author klhari
    klhari
    Good Question

    Just follow the following Instruction to comment
    1. Latest Blog Post
    2. It may be dofollow/nofollow
    3. Post should be cached in search engine
    4. Less OBL
    5. Don't add Anchor text in blog comment
    6. Social media engagement for that post
    7. Don't consider post page's PR. Your post domain should have PR.
  • Profile picture of the author neha12
    neha12
    Hi,

    Normally, its take few weeks or month for PR update. If the post is new, we can't expect PR on new post, because it will take at-least one or two PR updates. If the post is relevant to you in you can post your comment on it.
  • Profile picture of the author C Rebecca
    C Rebecca
    PR is assigned to pages not websites. If homepage has PR 4 this does not mean internal pages also have PR 4.
    Second thing, don’t run after PR... If the page on which you are commenting doesn’t have good Pr but good traffic.. go for it. After all, its traffic with which you concerned the most.
  • Profile picture of the author rank90
    rank90
    It is not necessary Pr must be high if it is high that's good for us but if we talk to new post, it will take some time. You can comment it freely it is in your niche, this is your plus point so you can get direct traffic also from this.
  • Profile picture of the author wilsonbar
    wilsonbar
    the page rank 0 is not worthless
  • Profile picture of the author sanjayyadav
    sanjayyadav
    For quality purpose we need to post on high pr blog comment sites. It could be do-follow or no-follow.
  • Profile picture of the author Shout Out Digital
    Shout Out Digital
    Actually the relevancy will count more than you think regardless of n/a PR's and also like many others have said, if the blog article is good and others are reading, linking and commenting then the PR may update in the future. Definitely worth using.
  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    JSProjects
    Originally Posted by kid carson View Post
    When I find a worthy blog that is in the niche I'm in...

    And I find that it's do follow for commenting..

    And I see that the pr of the page that the comment will go on (using SEO quake) is listed as (PR: n/a) does this mean that it's worthless to post on?
    Definitely NOT worthless.

    1. It's a niche blog. This has the potential to drive some traffic to your site.

    2. DoFollow blogs are generally pretty hard to find.

    3. A PR N/A post can eventually reach PR1, PR2, PR3, etc.
  • Profile picture of the author loquat
    loquat
    Don't consider post page's PR & dofollow / nofollow, just post comment
  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    JSProjects
    Originally Posted by loquat View Post
    Don't consider post page's PR & dofollow / nofollow, just post comment
    Depends on what you're going for. (Rankings or traffic.)
  • Profile picture of the author neha12
    neha12
    Originally Posted by C Rebecca View Post
    PR is assigned to pages not websites. If homepage has PR 4 this does not mean internal pages also have PR 4.
    Second thing, don’t run after PR... If the page on which you are commenting doesn’t have good Pr but good traffic.. go for it. After all, its traffic with which you concerned the most.
    I am unable to understand, how will others know about the traffic of particular page, if that website managed by other person.
  • Profile picture of the author ccole
    ccole
    And I see that the pr of the page that the comment will go on (using SEO quake) is listed as (PR: n/a) does this mean that it's worthless to post on?
    PR n/a is equivalent to PR0. Base on what you said, the blog is relevant to your niche. So when you post a comment there it will give value to your site. Every comment to a blog that is related to you niche is important whether it is PR0 or PR5.
  • Profile picture of the author max4web
    max4web
    For blog comment blog must be page rank and have some comment already on it .
  • Profile picture of the author samual james
    samual james
    According to me you can go with that blog, as its relevant to your niche. Relevancy plays a vital role in organic ranking rather than PR.
  • Profile picture of the author saloni
    saloni
    high PR Blog Commenting will be more worthy but... 0 pr is also have some worth so give some useful real comment and you will be benefited for sure...
  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    JSProjects
    Originally Posted by max4web View Post
    For blog comment blog must be page rank and have some comment already on it .
    This is pretty shortsighted.

    First, PR is nice, but I've commented on plenty of posts without it. Remember, every page has started out at PR N/A. You may eventually be one of the few comments on a PR N/A posts that turns into PR1, PR2, PR3, etc.

    Second, you can absolutely comment on posts that don't have any other comments. I'm not sure why you'd think otherwise.
  • Profile picture of the author samual james
    samual james
    Originally Posted by klhari View Post
    Good Question

    Just follow the following Instruction to comment
    1. Latest Blog Post
    2. It may be dofollow/nofollow
    3. Post should be cached in search engine
    4. Less OBL
    5. Don't add Anchor text in blog comment
    6. Social media engagement for that post
    7. Don't consider post page's PR. Your post domain should have PR.
    You should use your real name or brand name in the name section, rather than placing a keywords
  • Profile picture of the author kaytav
    kaytav
    Originally Posted by klhari View Post
    Good Question

    Just follow the following Instruction to comment
    1. Latest Blog Post
    2. It may be dofollow/nofollow
    3. Post should be cached in search engine
    4. Less OBL
    5. Don't add Anchor text in blog comment
    6. Social media engagement for that post
    7. Don't consider post page's PR. Your post domain should have PR.
    Nice explanation.... I don't think it is important that all the pages should have a PR. A page with Pr-0 can also provide you value, if it is niche related and popular.
  • Profile picture of the author Rehmat
    Rehmat
    NA is assigned to pages which receive almost 0 traffic from search engines or any other source. I've noticed several oldest posts with NA PR on my blog which receive no traffic at all. So it means that Google bot doesn't crawl any post/page with NA PR. We can consider any backlinks from such sources as completely worthless. If Google doesn't index your link, then how can you expect that it will boost ranking. If the post is brand new, go for it, brand new posts are also assigned NA PR. If the post is older than previous PR update, then don't go for it.
  • Profile picture of the author ProSence
    ProSence
    Originally Posted by klhari View Post
    Good Question

    Just follow the following Instruction to comment
    1. Latest Blog Post
    2. It may be dofollow/nofollow
    3. Post should be cached in search engine
    4. Less OBL
    5. Don't add Anchor text in blog comment
    6. Social media engagement for that post
    7. Don't consider post page's PR. Your post domain should have PR.
    If I don't use anchor text then how would I get benefit?

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