Relevant Blog commenting

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How can I find relevant blogs where I can comment and comment should approved. I just want to know how can I get a list of relevant blogs without using any software. Or what software can I use for finding relevant blogs.
Please give some useful solution.
#blog #commenting #relevant
  • Profile picture of the author ruedanivel1
    I use google. using quotation marks "" -> "wordpress" or "blogspot" but some are relevant and others not.

    Sorry. We have to wait a better answer.
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  • Profile picture of the author paul nicholls
    i sometimes do it manually, other times i will outsource it at fiverr

    theres only a couple of these gigs but they are about

    they will leave comments on blogs in the same niche as your site

    (super powerful)

    paul
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  • Profile picture of the author coronaborcalis
    Here is the other idea, Use google.com or google.ca and type your keyword. After you get result on your google find Blog menu on left sidebar and you are ready to go
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    Originally Posted by tariqhoque View Post

    How can I find relevant blogs where I can comment and comment should approved. I just want to know how can I get a list of relevant blogs without using any software. Or what software can I use for finding relevant blogs.
    Please give some useful solution.
    Scrapebox. Doing it manually is a HUGE waste of time. I've had it for about a year and a half and I wish I had purchased it sooner.
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    • Profile picture of the author Architex
      Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

      Scrapebox. Doing it manually is a HUGE waste of time. I've had it for about a year and a half and I wish I had purchased it sooner.
      This and only this. Unless your time is worth less than $1 per hour. I used to do it the manual way as well. After I got Scrapebox it is crazy how many you can find in just a few hours. I did a search yesterday and found over 500 dofollow in my niche. The only thing is it still takes some time since I comment manually and leave a relevant comment. But all of my comments have been approved. Also make sure the blog has been updated recently. If you leave a comment on a blog where the last post was in 2009 you are not going to get the comment approved since in all likelihood they do not check it anymore. I think this part gets overlooked a lot and why waste your time on something that will not benefit you?
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      • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
        Originally Posted by Architex View Post

        This and only this. Unless your time is worth less than $1 per hour. I used to do it the manual way as well. After I got Scrapebox it is crazy how many you can find in just a few hours. I did a search yesterday and found over 500 dofollow in my niche. The only thing is it still takes some time since I comment manually and leave a relevant comment. But all of my comments have been approved. Also make sure the blog has been updated recently. If you leave a comment on a blog where the last post was in 2009 you are not going to get the comment approved since in all likelihood they do not check it anymore. I think this part gets overlooked a lot and why waste your time on something that will not benefit you?
        Spot-on. Sure, you could visit blogs...one by one via Google or another search engine. But why? Scrapebox will automate the entire process. It's still going to take plenty of time filtering everything via Scrapebox. (dofollow / nofollow, open or closed for comments, PR of the posts, the amount of other comments, etc.) But MUCH less time than doing it by hand which would be a nightmare.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trevor M
    I usually just do a simple Google search using your 'niche keyword' and then 'blog'.

    So if I was looking for blogs about baloons, I'd put into Google... baloons blog.

    I then save all the websites into a document on Google Documents.

    This technique returns more than enough results to keep you occupied for quite a long time.

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  • Profile picture of the author samual james
    there are plenty of blog search engine where you can find the blogs and through the help of search status tool you can find whether the blog is do follow or no follow.
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  • Profile picture of the author Green Moon
    You can also do a Google search for your keyword plus something like "post comment" "type your comment" "commentluv" etc...
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  • Profile picture of the author jackjohns
    Google is useful as ever and if you type in your keyword or area of interest and blog you will find many that relate. Also, Allows you to find and maintain lists that show recent blog post topics on the blogs you choose. This makes it easy to find blog posts to comment on. It's easy to find, just Go to Google and Google it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Openxcell Inc
      Relevant blog commenting is very useful for the increasing the backlinks for your website. I have used some techniques for searching the blogs for relevant keywords you can use this techniques.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vija
    Go to Google.com and click blogs (under the more tab) and type the niche you are in. You can find blogs in your niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author StevenJones
    Simply but this in your Google seach bar,

    Code:
    "powered by wordpress" keyword
    e.g.

    Code:
    "powered by wordpress" dog training
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