Is Blog commenting and Forum posting really Spam? Please see my question

by Vangogh94 9 replies
Hi...
Is Blog commenting really really Spam? If that will be dofollow comments, will they be spam too?
With diversed anchors, with my niche, will be they Spammed?

And if i post on dofollow forums, and i get dofollow links from forums, will they be spam too?
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    Comments and forums doesn't provide do-follow links but even if they do provide do-follow links they don't pass any link juice. So, do these things just to build links.
    If you genuinely want to contribute then its okay but not for links.
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    • Profile picture of the author Vangogh94
      If links are dofollow, are they wothless from forum and blogs?
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
      Originally Posted by expmrb View Post

      Comments and forums doesn't provide do-follow links but even if they do provide do-follow links they don't pass any link juice. So, do these things just to build links.
      If you genuinely want to contribute then its okay but not for links.


      Not true.

      It doesn't matter what the subject is or the type of website. If it's a followed link and the exact webpage has it's own followed link profile it will help rank a money page.

      ...and there's nothing wrong with contributing and also posting a link at the same time.

      If Shania Twain posted a comment on your blog, you wouldn't give here a followed link? Hell, I'd give her a kidney... and pay for the operation.

      Seriously, Google isn't blacklisting types of sites/webpages. Heck, half the internet are blog and forum pages.

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      As far as spam... If someone doesn't know the difference between contributing and spam, well, that's their own fault. Life isn't that complicated.
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  • Profile picture of the author hynds
    Not really if your posts/comments are useful for other members, whether they're dofollow or nofollow.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vangogh94
    So what is realiable link building methods, apart Blog network and guest posting
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    • Profile picture of the author expmrb
      Originally Posted by Vangogh94 View Post

      So what is realiable link building methods, apart Blog network and guest posting
      Broken link building, getting links from reliable PBNs.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Spam is spam - placing an irrelevant link solely for the purpose of getting a backlink. There are plenty of instances here of people linking to things that help answer people's questions. Whether that link goes to a property that person owns or another one, it is not spam when it actually enhances the conversation.

    There are many ways of getting backlinks. I suggest following Brian Dean and his Backlinko blog, particularly his Link Building for SEO guide.

    (See? Those are backlinks that help answer a question so they ARE NOT spam).
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  • Profile picture of the author rfharris
    If you do it carefully and do it right, it would be effective. But you have to be selective and don't concentrate on the quantity. You should avoid posting comments on older blog posts and don't post on those blog posts which have too many comments with lots of outgoing links. One more thing you need to keep in mind is to always post comments on posts which are related to your niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author st0nec0ld
    It depends on your intention. If your intention is to spam then it is spam indeed but if your intention is to engage then I think you are using forum and blog right.
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