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Hey guys,

Just a noob question. Do you put your website name in "Name" or your name.. If you know what I mean? If you put your website's name does it rank you better or it doesn't matter?

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author SarahMcCrary
    I'd recommend you to put human name rather then using keyword in the name section the chances would be 99% less of getting approved comments from the webmaster. This technique wont even look spammy.
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    • Profile picture of the author andreasup
      Originally Posted by SarahMcCrary View Post

      I'd recommend you to put human name rather then using keyword in the name section the chances would be 99% less of getting approved comments from the webmaster. This technique wont even look spammy.
      Sarah is right. You have to be careful of getting flagged by the webmaster and anything that remotely seems spammy will get you in trouble. I would go with an authentic human name. Not only will it get you past the webmaster, it is just a nice touch to be more authentic.
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  • Profile picture of the author allsystems
    For autoapprove blogs I use keyword as name. For moderated blogs yeh a real name is better
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  • Profile picture of the author Martinsee
    Almost blog commenting link is NoFollow.
    So i think you should do focus on your on-page tools.
    Backlinks ?
    No need to do blog commenting everyday, just build links on Social Networks such as : facebook, tumblr, twitter...
    It's enough to increase the ranking
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    • Profile picture of the author mattysaff
      Make do follow comments and in less amount. Always use a real name when you are commenting on a blog because by there are more chances to approve your comment otherwise if you have used keyword as a name then blog admin thinks you are web spammers and search engines also concentrating on such things after recent update.
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  • Profile picture of the author bokidarkness
    Thank guys! I appreciate your help!
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  • Profile picture of the author Manuel Aguirre
    make a mix, sometimes put your name and and the next time put your keyword

    Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author TheProgrammer
    I have a list of warrior usernames. so i always use them as NAME for blog commenting



    just kidding...
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    Originally Posted by bokidarkness View Post

    Hey guys,

    Just a noob question. Do you put your website name in "Name" or your name.. If you know what I mean? If you put your website's name does it rank you better or it doesn't matter?

    Thanks!
    Mix it up. Do some with your name, do some with a variation of your name + anchor text, and do some with pure anchor text. (If you see others getting comments approved with pure anchor text.)

    As for the variation, something like "Ron From Affordable Gardening Supplies" would be an example.
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  • Profile picture of the author Raman11
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    • Profile picture of the author allsystems
      Originally Posted by Raman11 View Post

      I always use the keyword when I publish my comment to any site.
      not really,youv just used four different anchor variations to the same url in your signature
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  • Profile picture of the author net4rx
    well, if we don't put our keyword in place of name then we can not create backlink on our targeted keyword, so it's just meaningless.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by net4rx View Post

      well, if we don't put our keyword in place of name then we can not create backlink on our targeted keyword, so it's just meaningless.
      FAR from meaningless. For one thing, Google is coming down on anchor text spam. So it's wise to vary it up from time to time anyway. And just because you're not using anchor text doesn't mean the links have zero value.
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