Is commenting always a waste of time?
With Facebook comments enabled on popular blogs it was different. I didn't have a FB profile at that time but my friend had. I logged in to her profile and commented on big blogs in her niche. She had a fan page, put its name in "where have you worked" field editing her profile, in the ''position" field she typed in a strong call to action. So every time a comment I made went live everybody saw this kind of ad, not spammy, salesy, annoying but acceptable and cool. I drove her traffic, not too much but good. Her sexy picture played a huge role attracting attention too I should say. This method works. However, we don't know how to find a list of blogs with Facebook comments enabled in a specific marketing niche. All blogs I worked on were stumbled upon by accident. I was just browsing or making a research when suddenly spotted a blog or two with Facebook comments. Recently I asked of a shortcut to find lots of blogs that use FB commenting plugins in social media section of WF and on other forums but still had no reply. Nobody seems to know that.
Please guys, don't criticize us for not using paid FB options for traffic. We are still new to Facebook and look at free methods first when we have time for Facebook marketing. Later if we need it we'll learn it. OK?
Next story. One teen I knew made a weird gmail account. Instead of his first and last name he put 2 short titles. 1 - call to action, 2- solution of a problem. He created a YouTube channel and uploaded videos, some of them were sales videos. When he commented on popular channels people saw his short message instead of full name. It was a mild promotion rather than spam, the content of his comments was smart without any hint of spam as well. It seemed to work for him. But I prefer the first method I personally tested.
What methods do you know to make commenting work for traffic generation regardless of SEO? Is there anything else? Thanks.
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