is blog commenting worth?

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Hello WF members?

I have a small doubt on "Blog Commenting" On .Blogspot.com
My question ? is it worth on commenting on sub domain blogs like above domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author matta
    It may worth but i suggest you to do other method to earn money.
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  • Profile picture of the author codingku
    it is worth...
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    • Profile picture of the author Bruce Wedding
      As the owner of over 100 blogs, I support capital punishment for spammy blog commentators. But maybe that's just me.

      It's a monumental waste of time and resources.
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  • Profile picture of the author raffman999
    It totally depends on why you are doing it; why are you doing it?
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  • Profile picture of the author MartinPlatt
    It is for a few quick 'junk links' but nothing more. Certainly don't do it as your one and only link building strategy. It does work, but you need diversity, particularly if the boys at Google decide that this is no longer acceptable.
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  • Profile picture of the author salmansafder
    yes, it's totally worth in SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Ensure you post a real comment but it depends on the motive anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nail Yener
    Originally Posted by mshajid View Post

    Hello WF members?

    I have a small doubt on "Blog Commenting" On .Blogspot.com
    My question ? is it worth on commenting on sub domain blogs like above domain.
    You don't comment on blogs because it is worth it. You comment on blogs because you have something to say related to that specific blog post. Let's all leave the "spam era" of the Internet behind together.
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  • Profile picture of the author RachelLily
    Comments in general, disregarding the conversation you have with the blogger and social proof, well they are just like business cards in that if you leave them in places where your customers are likely to be then they can be very useful to get you found by those customers.

    But if you leave them in questionable places, like in the windows of dodgy shops or give them to dodgy people, then they are likely to do you more harm than good.
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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    The blog commenting is hard to get traffic, however you can build relationship to the bloggers through this way.
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  • Profile picture of the author ymest
    Adding value is what you should concentrate on. First of all, if you write one liners otherwise known as spammy comments, it won't pay off and may not even get published! It will be a waste of time.

    It's best to write if you have something to say as well as participate in the community. Much more rewarding.

    Good luck

    Yoan
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  • Profile picture of the author mshajid
    Yes it's awesome conversation happening here, Thanks for the feedback I hope to outsource my affiliate blogs then it's not really matters, i knew only blog commenting on SEO btw i knew to create a link wheel perhaps it would be lazy to do.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by mshajid View Post

      btw i knew to create a link wheel perhaps it would be lazy to do
      There are plenty of linkwheel discussions in the SEO forum, here: Adsense / PPC / SEO Discussion Forum

      I think it's pretty unlikely to be of benefit, myself, these days, with such an easily recognized SEO footprint, and with linkjuice being determined largely by the quality and relevance of the source. The people here who have worked as programmers on search engine algorithms, and the authors of the standard SEO textbooks are telling us that there can be no real SEO benefit from linkwheels per se. I used to benefit from similar structures, years ago, but that information also matches my own more recent observations and those of others I know and trust.

      Originally Posted by mshajid View Post

      i knew only blog commenting on SEO
      It's true that there can be some SEO value (as a side-benefit) from blog comments on quality blogs relevant to your site. The threads linked to above may help, with that.

      Personally, I'd suggest that you don't to put too much of your time and effort into trying to attract "organic SERP's" traffic, for two main reasons: first, it's very precarious and makes your business Google-dependent, and any business that's Google-dependent is no more than one algorithm-change away from a potential accident (or even a potential disaster), as so many Warriors have been finding out over the last year or two, some of them to their very great cost; secondly, for me, search engine traffic has been uniformly the worst-converting traffic out of everything I've ever tried in 8 entirely different niches over the whole of the last 4 years - search engine visitors to all my websites typically stay the least time, view the fewest pages, opt in the least often and actually buy anything by far the least often. I admit I do get tons of search engine traffic to all my main sites (because high rankings for multiple keywords happen to be a minor side-benefit of the main targeted traffic-generation method I use to build my business) but I'd certainly hate to have to make a living just from that traffic, and I wouldn't even be cursing too much if Google de-indexed all my sites this afternoon. Don't depend on search engines for traffic. That's what so many of the people here (and in other forums) have done, who end up wondering where they've gone so wrong.
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  • Profile picture of the author YellowGreenMedia
    Yes it will help your SEO efforts. When you do it read the post make sure you have some real insight to ad, and your comments will stick..

    Relevance in site where you comment on is not needed for SEO, but it is nice to have a good written comments on high traffic site in your niche, you'll love the free traffic.

    Always use your name/pen-name as your handle, it is good for your keyword diversity and you will have a higher approval rating on your comments, no-body has a handle like "Acne Remover" or "Hemorrhoid Cure"
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  • Profile picture of the author UK US Marketing
    I wouldn't waste your time commenting on random blogs. Focus on high traffic blogs and try to network, adding value to the conversation.
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