Best tips for blog commenting.

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Blog commenting is a splendid technique which can help you to generate more traffic on the website.Here are some tips which can help you very much:-

1.First of all read the blog content care fully and after then post the comment on the blog.

2.Always start with the writer name.If you address the writer you will make your comment more personal.

3.You should post at least 3 or 4 sentences.Be careful we are adding value to the original post.

4.Try to be different, controversial, and crazy.

5.Relevancy is very significance part in blog commenting so post comment in relevant blog.

6.Add the comment that add the quality of discussion.Do not use gimpy commenting like "nice post, i enjoyed your post etc.

7.Avatar is also the important thing for blog commenting.This avatar is simply an image this is displayed along with your comment.The plain and default avatar with comment screams either comments spam.you can register here at gravatar .com.

8.Reply to first commenter.

9.Leave long comment.

Bonus tips:Here is a strategy that is sure your post will get indexed very fast.After leaving relevant comment you can conclude with something like this"I enjoyed your post so much i am going to bookmark it for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    Pretty good tips overall.

    People will continue to blast away blindly with automated tools. But there's value in commenting manually. I'd much rather comment on a handful of DoFollow / quality blogs than blast thousands of junk blogs with Scrapebox.
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  • Blog commenting is the best source for getting good backlinks and traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author unclebuck
    Some good tips for blog commenting. I seem to have better results doing them manually than using any sort of automated software.
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  • Profile picture of the author webinventaekhlas
    Yes, certainly good tips. But I have found many high PR blog admins are really lazy. So I can't expect anything faster from those guys even I wrote very relative content!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rajinder
    Relevant and proper blog commenting is good.
    These are good backlinks.
    Thanks,
    rajinder Ricky
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  • Profile picture of the author Skatewear
    Thanks for sharing blog commenting tips.These tips will be beneficial for mew webmaster.
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  • Profile picture of the author rastergraphix
    one of the best and quality way of blog commenting is properly read the blog post where you want to submit your comment and then write the relevant comment that is appropriate and then submit your comment with you link
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  • Profile picture of the author danb12
    Get a good list, the use scrapebox manual poster.

    It will save you half the time! use manual poster so you can post real comments not spam!
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by danb12 View Post

      Get a good list, the use scrapebox manual poster.

      It will save you half the time! use manual poster so you can post real comments not spam!
      The manual poster is pretty convenient. But if the blogs are auto approve, there's a chance that they're already spammed. So manually posting comments isn't really a benefit.
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  • Profile picture of the author Openxcell Inc
    Blog commenting is the best techniques for improving the backlinks and traffics for your website.It helps to improve the popularity of your site. It helps to increase the page rank of your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMCarter
    Blog Commenting is a great technique for building relevant links from relevant blogs. It will get more values in terms of SEO. I can suggest for commenting and getting quick approval of your blog comments:

    - Comment in relevant blogs
    - Don't use any kind of gimpy words like "awesome post", "nice post", "thanks for sharing" - these will not so appropriate and your comment may not be approved.
    - Use your own research before commenting in one blog.
    - Keep it in mind that your comment should be useful for the blogger, readers and for the webmaster somehow.
    - Try to give some useful tips on that particular topic.
    - Don't use unnecessary keywords in between your blog comment.
    - You can use some comment like "I have tweeted your article" / "have bookmarked in stumbleupon" - these can increase the possibility of getting quick approval.

    I hope if you these tips will be helpful for the readers of this thread. Best of luck. Keep blogging.!
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    • Profile picture of the author PureInk
      Originally Posted by JohnMCarter View Post

      Blog Commenting is a great technique for building relevant links from relevant blogs. It will get more values in terms of SEO. I can suggest for commenting and getting quick approval of your blog comments:

      - Comment in relevant blogs
      - Don't use any kind of gimpy words like "awesome post", "nice post", "thanks for sharing" - these will not so appropriate and your comment may not be approved.
      - Use your own research before commenting in one blog.
      - Keep it in mind that your comment should be useful for the blogger, readers and for the webmaster somehow.
      - Try to give some useful tips on that particular topic.
      - Don't use unnecessary keywords in between your blog comment.
      - You can use some comment like "I have tweeted your article" / "have bookmarked in stumbleupon" - these can increase the possibility of getting quick approval.

      I hope if you these tips will be helpful for the readers of this thread. Best of luck. Keep blogging.!
      Best advice in this thread! There's no point posting a comment on a blog for the sake of getting a backlink, you should have something relevant, useful and interesting to say which adds value for other readers.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnbritto495
    Thanks for sharing your tips. it is very useful to know about more knowledge about blog comments. Be a first commenter when leave a comments. it makes the links as more visibility when the search engines crawl the page.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by johnbritto495 View Post

      Thanks for sharing your tips. it is very useful to know about more knowledge about blog comments. Be a first commenter when leave a comments. it makes the links as more visibility when the search engines crawl the page.
      A lot of people tend to avoid commenting on new posts and instead go straight for the posts with PR. I love commenting on new posts because it makes the link much more visible and the approval rate is generally a lot higher.
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  • Profile picture of the author rahulsamiflabs
    thanks for nice tips..looking forward to explore it.
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  • Profile picture of the author AnmolJ
    Thanks For The Awesome Tips !
    Would Try And Implement Them !
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  • Profile picture of the author Exel
    Pretty good tips. I think every blog comment should be like a short article. You should
    add as much value as possible, add something not said in the post and initiate conversation.
    Show that you have read the post carefully and have your own take on the subject.
    Blog post authors like to see people engaged and truly interested in their stuff. I often get
    great replies from the author to my comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author mmrumii
    your tips are pretty informative and useful for me.
    Because I'm trying to improve my site's rank by getting good traffic
    I'm sure your tips will help me out.
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  • Profile picture of the author keyz88
    Great tips, bedexchange.
    Here's some more tips for blog commenting. Forgive me if one or two have already been mentioned... I'm on a roll!

    Like the song says "Ain't nothin' like the real thing, baby!"' Nothing beats manual and relevant blog commenting... for all those

    other times, here's some of my Scrapebox (SB) organic and natural posting tips.

    For manual blogging:
    * Read the article, or (to even save time) at least "quote" a phrase from of one of the last paragraphs of the blog. It shows the writer that you at least probably read their blog to the end.
    * Make relevant comments on relevant websites.
    * Connect on a personal level. Use the writer's name in your comment... but don't brown nose them with flattery.
    * Use the "title of the article" somewhere in your comments, it restates the main theme of the article.
    * Reply to first commenter OR one of the commenter that just posted before you.
    * NEVER use the spam words "blog" or "post" in your comments. Instead, use the words "piece" or "article".
    * Don't use any IM, blogging or technically oriented Internet terms in your comments... ever!
    * (At the word level) spin a quick question that ends up like saying "can I get an amen to that?" or "who agrees with me on this?". Place it somewhere in the middle of your comment to cause the reader to temporarily break their train of thought....
    never place a question at the end of a comment.
    * Don't get distracted by a thought provoking topic. Keep your eye on your goal - your personal extended ranting and verbose verbal diatribes can be done at another time.
    * SB is a nice tool and can do the hard work (harvesting, ranking and removing duplicates), so on those really high PR sites, USE THE MANUAL POSTER setting.

    For auto blogging:
    * If you do spin comments... just don't spin at the "word" level, mix in a few spun two-and-three-word-phases. Proofread your spun content t-h-o-r-o-g-h-l-y.
    * Make sure all the comments that you spin are as clear as any un-spun comment that you would normally write out longhand.

    For both manual and auto blogging:
    * NEVER use a "male" name when posting, unless the blog is UBER-dude related (ie: jock itch blogs, if there are any). Female names get approved more, regardless of the sex of the writer.
    * Avoid creating and spinning emails using @hotmail.com, @gmail.com, @msn.com addresses. If legally/ethically permissable, use a national or internationally known company. Nothing says "spam email address" like a "free email address".
    * In SB, If you spin the the name, relate it to YOUR keywords (dog training gal, dog training blonde, dog training Saggitarius). Also notice how the descriptive term in the pevious names (gal, blonde, Saggitarius) still add to their uniqueness?
    * "Engage" the topic... ask a quick question (or a targeted topical question if manual blogging). Don't forget to place a ? at the end of your question.
    * Use a pair of "quotes" or dots (etc,...) or even a ; ) and other punctuations to appear more natural. Add some parenthesis "()" at least once.
    * One or two (slightly) mispelled words look more organic. Even mispel a word by leaving out a vowel or by adding 2 letters togetherr.
    * Use some texting vocabulary. Things like "g33k" "lol" and "BTW" may seem lame, but everyone knows what they mean... and real lame individuals still use them every day.
    * Spammers don't use dirty words (and you shouldn't either), yet words like SSDD, cr@p, d*ck and sheet are usually appropriate and add to your uniqueness.
    * I run some campaigns that sometimes necessitate using one-sentence comments, yet still using possibly "quotes" and "..." and a spun texting cliche (lol, btw, fyi), but I mainly try to create 3-to-4-sentence comments. Please note - having way too many sentences will cut into your manual-posting routine.
    * Use a voice-recognition program like Dragon Naturally Speaking or similar programs already supplied by your commputer's operating system. I use the Windows 7 VR program that came with my computer... and I can easily "blogspeak" 150 WPM. Makes short work of bloging manually.

    And if you've noticed, most spammers don't use most of these simple tips listed above when spinning (or even when blogging manually).

    Case in point:
    * Have you ever seen a spammed comment with a misspelled word? Rarely... yet only when english is not their official language.
    * Have you ever seen spam with acronyms like lol, btw or ssdd? Not really. Add one to spice up your uniqueness.
    * Have you seen spammed comments use quotes or capitalize certain words for EMPHASIS? Not usually.
    * Did you ever see a spam comment using a cliche like "That really chaps my hide" or "hasta lavista"? Hardly. Use one from time to time. Bonus points for foreign cliche's in your english comments like "faux pas", "nyet", "numero uno" or anything that can uniquely fit into the context of your comment.

    Bottom line... you want to set your comments apart from all the spammed cr@p out there... you can mentally have there "tips" in your arsenal when applying your commenting - manually or otherwise! And remember that automated tools are just that... "tools". Use your automated powers for good, and not evil.

    Writing comments (auto or manually) reminds me of the old joke that "Marriage is built on honesty"... and when you can "fake" that... you'll be OK!

    IM is what it is... your mileage may vary.




    (ps: take it easy on me - It's my 1st post. WF has taught me so much so I am forever in debt to your knowledgebase snd all the contributers)
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by warriorsaroj View Post

      Most of the blog commnets are nofollw do they worthful to devote that much time into that?
      Well, at the very least they'll help with your link diversity. Also, if they're niche related blogs you may drive some pretty targeted traffic from your comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author Peter Hansen
    Thank you for the wonderful tips! I agree with all of them and am very pleasured for the additional information you had given to your fellow warriors.

    Let me know if I can help you Warrior to Warrior.

    Good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author matthewalbertson
    Try to be different and add such comments that add the quality to the discussion. One must post at-least 3-4 sentences.
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  • Profile picture of the author rosesmark
    Now everyone changed the follow tag because everyone know the importance of do-follow tags in blog
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  • Profile picture of the author SarahMcCrary
    DO NOT use keyword while blog commenting ever. Chances are very low on getting approval when you do the commenting with keyword in the name section. Use a human name for higher approval ratio.
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  • Profile picture of the author minisite
    Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

    Pretty good tips overall.

    People will continue to blast away blindly with automated tools. But there's value in commenting manually. I'd much rather comment on a handful of DoFollow / quality blogs than blast thousands of junk blogs with Scrapebox.
    You are definitely right about spammers just blast away on comments leaving redundant comments thare are not even related to the topic being discussed on the blog. I just recently saw a blog with page rank one and it has an out of bound of more than 900. The spammer didn't even write any comments but simply left 900+ links in one post using the same exact anchor text. I wouldn't be surprise the owner of the blog will take down the comment section when he/she sees the spam that were left behind.

    Originally Posted by SarahMcCrary View Post

    DO NOT use keyword while blog commenting ever. Chances are very low on getting approval when you do the commenting with keyword in the name section. Use a human name for higher approval ratio.
    Most blog comment services use auto approved blogs but it is also a good idea to use moderated blog because these types of links tend to stick longer. As for using keywords on the username/name section, the idea behind this is that you want to use your target keywords on the name section because that is what the search engine bot will see and that is the keyprhase you want your website rank on.
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  • Profile picture of the author mlinch1
    forgive me guys I'm new...

    Do I need to include my website in the comment? Or just the website field box?
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    • Profile picture of the author minisite
      Originally Posted by mlinch1 View Post

      forgive me guys I'm new...

      Do I need to include my website in the comment? Or just the website field box?
      You can add the link on the comment section using your keyword if the website field is not available.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by mlinch1 View Post

      forgive me guys I'm new...

      Do I need to include my website in the comment? Or just the website field box?
      Definitely avoid leaving your link in the comment itself. It's pretty much a sure-fire way to get your comment denied. Leave it in the designated Website / URL box.
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      • Profile picture of the author seotrafficsearch
        One of the things to avoid in blog commenting is placing links in the comment text. There are high chances that such comments do not get approved because the comment would look spammy. Always prefer the URL box, and in some rare cases you may direct the readers to the website by writing the link instead of inserting the hyperlink in some words.
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  • Profile picture of the author andishm
    Wow, this thread is becoming one of the best valuable asset for internet community to know about blog commenting
    thanks all warriors for making it that much informative...
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  • Profile picture of the author adam337
    Very healthy post.Blog comment is a great way to get PR and traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author salmansafder
    Good tips mite..
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  • Profile picture of the author Stanislav ILiev
    thanks for this useful tips
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  • Profile picture of the author ashishvas
    First of all i would say that while commenting dont give impession of comment spammer.
    Add quality comment that matches to the topic if discussion.Interact with other commentors
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  • Profile picture of the author SamDermot
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    I went to the all replies here, I didn't find how many comments we should do for better result?
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by SamDermot View Post

      I went to the all replies here, I didn't find how many comments we should do for better result?
      Quality is more important than quantity.

      For example, would you rather comment on 100 nofollow / PR NA posts? Or would you rather comment on a single dofollow / PR4 post?
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  • Thanks for sharing these tips. Your tips are very useful for me.Your tips will help me to increase my site rank Blog comment is the great way to getting backlinks and increase the page rank of the website. Thanks for this great post.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnlee5757
    It is very important to be relevant your comment with your blog. Wonderful tips definately it will help to everyone for blog commenting.
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  • Profile picture of the author jhonybravo222
    All the discussion is very useful and informative. One thing we all have to take care of it is relevancy.
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  • Profile picture of the author wakas
    agreed,we should focus on relevancy otherwise comment will look like spamy and simply your comment will be never approved by the admin.so follow the above mention steps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samantha Angel
    Is there a way to see what backlinks you have to your site?

    I've been commenting on blogs for a while now and I go back to check to see if they are approved. When they are then how do I see the backlink? I've checked Alexa which only shows a couple. Is there another way to see them?
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  • Profile picture of the author webmash
    Thank you for sharing it,

    After Google Penguin 24th April 2012, blog commenting is considered as spam technique of link building.

    Blog commenting is considered when blog will be having
    1. blog should be having good domain & page authority
    2. blog should be authentic and relevant to keyword
    3. blog should be having quality content.
    4. blog should be having good page rank,
    5. blog should be having less links

    Hope this help you

    Natasha
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by webmash View Post

      Thank you for sharing it,

      After Google Penguin 24th April 2012, blog commenting is considered as spam technique of link building.

      Blog commenting is considered when blog will be having
      1. blog should be having good domain & page authority
      2. blog should be authentic and relevant to keyword
      3. blog should be having quality content.
      4. blog should be having good page rank,
      5. blog should be having less links

      Hope this help you

      Natasha
      Not quite sure I follow. You start out by saying that blog commenting is considered "spam." But then you follow it up with 5 blog commenting tips.

      Blindly blasting away with automated tools? Yeah, definitely not a good idea. But other than that commenting is absolutely fine.
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      • Profile picture of the author webmash
        Huh!

        Commenting is fine whenever you are going to do comments in a better way and way is really difficult.

        I am not a bot

        I shared Google penguin update. Comments are not good at all but if you like to do comment then you should follow Google penguin rules, which i have shown you.

        I have seen one bad links have give 50 SERP slaps to one of the websites... even few links can change damage site reputation...

        So beware from comments and if you like commenting then you should follow what i have recommended.

        This is my advice, rest on you

        Natasha
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        • Profile picture of the author karthikseo
          Originally Posted by webmash View Post

          Huh!

          Commenting is fine whenever you are going to do comments in a better way and way is really difficult.

          I am not a bot

          I shared Google penguin update. Comments are not good at all but if you like to do comment then you should follow Google penguin rules, which i have shown you.

          I have seen one bad links have give 50 SERP slaps to one of the websites... even few links can change damage site reputation...

          So beware from comments and if you like commenting then you should follow what i have recommended.

          This is my advice, rest on you

          Natasha

          Hi..

          Yes.. Blog commenting must be in related theme..To find your related theme by using this method..

          inurl:.com "category" "2comments" in Google search..

          Start Commenting in related websites,,..
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  • Profile picture of the author computermesh
    I hate the automated tools that people are using now a days. Wouldn't you rather manually comment on relevant sites with high pr and get approved than some crap no pr sites with thousand of other OBL's and get hit by an askimet spam filter and then have everything be for naught.
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  • Profile picture of the author quercus5
    The relevancy of the blog comment is of utmost importance here. I was looking at a study that was showing many of a website's links devalued because most of the blog comment links were linking to spammy, nonrelated blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author justin44
    As a tip, don't just post comment just for the sake of putting a link. Your blog comment should have value and related to the topic.
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  • Profile picture of the author anamikasingh
    Your all tips are pretty good but relevancy play vital role in blog commenting.
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    • Profile picture of the author Boricua
      any do-follow blog comment link with a relevant on topic comment with a link back to your site will do good. Porn? Of course, the exceptions
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  • Profile picture of the author nocentdvil
    No doubt, you have said pretty well bullets though, making as long comment as you have said, it would be better to build a stand-alone blog post and publish it.
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  • Profile picture of the author carolm
    How ironic! This thread on Best Tips for Commenting has 60 comments, and most of them do not follow the recommendations of what you should do when commenting! Most are 'Thank you' or 'Wonderful tips' or they repeat the same information someone else had already posted.

    I only got as far as page 1, but the people who actually added to the information and recommendations were:

    bedexchange (thread starter), JSProjects, danb12, JohnMCarter, keyz88, and SarahMcCrary

    all of the rest added nothing new - sorry if I missed anyone, but if I did, it's because you were buried in a sea of un-necessary, self promoting comments!
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by DavidTiger View Post

      Here now I understand where I am performing wrong. Most of the time when ever I like the post I wrote nice post, thanks for post and etc. As you told that they all are humor. Here I like to add something in you.
      Things you had written must be follow in every section of commenting as we are commenting on Blog, Forum, and any other place.
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      Definitely. "Great post, thanks!" Isn't really going to get it done anymore. It takes just a minute or two to quickly scan a post and leave a legitimate comment.
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  • Profile picture of the author heenakapoor
    Blog commenting is a best way to build quality backlinks, which help to increase traffic, ranking and Page rank of your website. It is tough then other link building techniques. You should follow the following tips for get benefits from it
    * Select quality blog which give do-follow backlinks
    * Post relevant reply
    * Use your targeted keywords in your reply
    * Post links to follow the rules of blog
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  • Profile picture of the author kathyhere
    Thank you for your great idea to make powerful comments.It is really makes sense to blog's owners to approve comments.And tips doing a lot.
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  • I use this plug-in for FireFox called EasyComment

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  • Profile picture of the author mansi
    Hiii... I am agree with all of you... Blog Commenting generate good backlinks... I am agree with all the fabulous Tips... Thanks for this useful information
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  • Profile picture of the author moreymcmb
    As long as you post your comments manually, on Blogs with good Page Ranks which are related to your niche (keyword), you can say that they add some value to your website. Also, it is important to post comments in such a manner that Google will consider it natural. (About 10 comments per day)
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  • Profile picture of the author williamk
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    My first tip would be to use a gravatar. Seriously use it. It shows you as a person and not a unnamed bot. Apart from that first find the top sites in your niche and visit them. Then go to the links that other people have left links too and you will find a decent enough relevant list to comment upon.
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  • Profile picture of the author williamk
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    My first tip would be to use a gravatar. Seriously use it. It shows you as a person and not a unnamed bot. Apart from that first find the top sites in your niche and visit them. Then go to the links that other people have left links too and you will find a decent enough relevant list to comment upon.
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  • Profile picture of the author sackboy127
    Using an avatar can indeed significantly increase your chance of approval, and replying to another comment is another neat trick I frequently use.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by sackboy127 View Post

      Using an avatar can indeed significantly increase your chance of approval, and replying to another comment is another neat trick I frequently use.
      Using an avatar is a great idea, as is replying to other comments. Also, asking the blog owner a question (related to the post) is another method that tends to work well.
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  • Profile picture of the author passive12
    commentluv enabled sites are good source of good blog commenting.Enabling commentluv on our website we can increase the Passive income we get.
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  • Profile picture of the author onlinemegastore
    If you do spin comments... just don't spin at the "word" level, mix in a few spun two-and-three-word-phases. Proofread your spun content t-h-o-r-o-g-h-l-y.
    * Make sure all the comments that you spin are as clear as any un-spun comment that you would normally write out longhand.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeraldNitram
    Good advice there, onlinemegastore! There are people out there that have bad vibes with those spinners just because they're being used by people in the wrong way. Having said that, it's not the software that creates the fault. It's just a tool. You wouldn't blame a drill for making a hole, right? You'd blame whoever held the drill because he or she didn't handle things well. It's the person who does the spamming. I still thank Danny Cutts for that awesome post back then.
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  • Profile picture of the author loraedword2
    That's true relevant blog commenting is a good way to use blog commenting and link should be too relevant.
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  • Profile picture of the author shophia
    Thanks for sharing nice information with us. Here i define some tips regarding blog commenting. Thay are define as below.
    1) Always use real name 2) Keep it organized 3) Write maximum 3 lines in your blog comment. 4) Read whole post and than comment on particular blog topic. 5) Response comments is a best method to start a conversation with related communities.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by shophia View Post

      Thanks for sharing nice information with us. Here i define some tips regarding blog commenting. Thay are define as below.
      1) Always use real name 2) Keep it organized 3) Write maximum 3 lines in your blog comment. 4) Read whole post and than comment on particular blog topic. 5) Response comments is a best method to start a conversation with related communities.
      You can definitely write more than 3 lines. Not quite sure why you'd suggest not doing so. If anything, it's going to improve your chances for approval since a more in-depth comment is going to help show that you're a real person and not simply an automated tool leaving 1 or 2 line generic comments.
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      • Profile picture of the author Eviltomato
        I am thinking about hiring somebody to do some manual blog commenting from odesk.

        Can anybody recommend a good contractor?
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  • Profile picture of the author prithvitheprime
    Comment after reading the article or the stuff, relevant comments about the article is mostly approved.
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  • Profile picture of the author Astrageeks
    Relevant comments are always useful.Blog commenting drives the visitors to your website.Thanks for your tips.
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  • Profile picture of the author aadi144
    Originally Posted by bedexchange123 View Post

    Blog commenting is a splendid technique which can help you to generate more traffic on the website.Here are some tips which can help you very much:-

    1.First of all read the blog content care fully and after then post the comment on the blog.

    2.Always start with the writer name.If you address the writer you will make your comment more personal.

    3.You should post at least 3 or 4 sentences.Be careful we are adding value to the original post.

    4.Try to be different, controversial, and crazy.

    5.Relevancy is very significance part in blog commenting so post comment in relevant blog.

    6.Add the comment that add the quality of discussion.Do not use gimpy commenting like "nice post, i enjoyed your post etc.

    7.Avatar is also the important thing for blog commenting.This avatar is simply an image this is displayed along with your comment.The plain and default avatar with comment screams either comments spam.you can register here at gravatar .com.

    8.Reply to first commenter.

    9.Leave long comment.

    Bonus tips:Here is a strategy that is sure your post will get indexed very fast.After leaving relevant comment you can conclude with something like this"I enjoyed your post so much i am going to bookmark it for you.
    Hi Bedexchange123,
    The tips you have given are very useful,while commenting on logs one should definately follow these tips.They are surely of great importance.Although inew some of them but who are new to the market will understand well.Good job.
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  • Profile picture of the author bilal9999
    High pr and do follow blog comments are good source for getting good back links,,,,,,,,,,
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  • Profile picture of the author davideand007
    good tips for newbies!!
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  • Profile picture of the author TechGeek
    Manual blog commenting all the way. Had never thought of the 2nd tips as well as the bonus. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    Great tips, but the most important one is just NOT to spam!
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