We somehow seem to have lost the ability to talk or communicate with each other and as such are missing out on loads of opportunities to both grow our own communities but also to participate and help grow others.
Too often in the past we just hand these seemingly mundane marketing tasks to outworkers or a series of automated tools and then expect to see the maximum return from the minimal effort.
This may well have worked for a period but with Googles new Algorithm change I believe this is changing also. There have been a great many articles, ebooks etc written about Googles new change but I think the fundamental prime mover to this all is a drive the improve the quality of “the online stock”.
This I believe is no bad thing and one of the things that I really think is overlooked is responsible Blog Commenting. Again too often this, as I said is handed down to outsourcers and utilities and as such degenerates into a morass of poorly written and composed Blog Spam without as much of a by or a leave in relation to the Blog we are attempting to comment upon.
I want to run through a series of video analyses where we can perhaps look at a number of live Blog Situations where we can perhaps “Think out of the Box” and generally see an improvement in our Blog Commenting. The positive upside of this is that better quality Blog Comments stand more of a chance of getting published and such the commentator stands more of a chance of getting a good link.
Lets kick this topic off with the following video that we put together recently whereby we analyse a Blog Url that has a Page Rank of 3 and we run through what we believe should be the correct way to approach this Blog.
Let me sum up by stating here and now that this topic is not about the mindless and seemingly endless spamming of Blogs but how to use this type of marketing medium properly. Let’s all get our hands dirty here folks and contribute and see if we can’t try and raise the bar somewhat here.
In future posts we plan to take a look at different Blogs on different domain suffixes where technically the rationale behind the Blogs either is or was originally different and how best to approach these. In some cases these Blogs either contain potentially awkward or uncomfortable subject matter but this shouldn't be an issue for those wishing to contribute responsibly and helping to "add something to the food chain".