Blog commenting juice

by STLSEO
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Assuming appropriate use of anchor text and relevancy, how much juice will blog commenting get me?
#blog #commenting #juice
  • Profile picture of the author dp40oz
    Depends on many things. Mostly how much juice does the page have (backlinks coming in/PR) and how many outbound links are on the page. The key is to go after high PR pages with low outbound links.
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    • Profile picture of the author Janice Stacy
      Originally Posted by dp40oz View Post

      Depends on many things. Mostly how much juice does the page have (backlinks coming in/PR) and how many outbound links are on the page. The key is to go after high PR pages with low outbound links.
      I also agree with you. Not all blog's comment will give you link juice. Good quality blogs with low outbound links can boost your link juice.
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      • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
        Originally Posted by Janice Stacy View Post

        I also agree with you. Not all blog's comment will give you link juice. Good quality blogs with low outbound links can boost your link juice.
        And if they're DoFollow.

        (Though this is debated by some people.)
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanSEOGears
    It's hard to target any exact amount of Link Juice that a link from a specific blog because there are too many variables out there. If you're going to be making manual blog comments keep the following in mind:

    1) Is the website in a bad neighborhood? (lots of spammy links on it for prescription drugs, adults sites, etc) - Probably best to avoid posting as Penguin could pass some bad link juice your way.
    2) Does the site have any PR?
    3) Make sure the site has to do with your site that you are linking back to (don't post a link about plumbing services on a site about puppies)
    4) Does the post already have 100 or more posts on it? (It's been speculated that Google stops counting after about 100 links on a page so you'd just be wasting time) - Don't waste your time on this.
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  • Profile picture of the author STLSEO
    Thanks for the feedback guys. What's the best way to find relevant blogs to comment on? I've used dropmylink.com before. I've also used Google Operators to assist me in finding good blogs and articles to comment on.

    Any other recommendations?
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    • Profile picture of the author Arav
      Originally Posted by STLSEO View Post

      What's the best way to find relevant blogs to comment on? I've used dropmylink.com before. I've also used Google Operators to assist me in finding good blogs and articles to comment on.

      Any other recommendations?
      The fact is, after a certain time, you'll reach at the end of the Most Relevant blogs. So, it's better to vary the Keyword, thus you'd be able to find some nearly Relevant blogs more.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarketingGuru123
    For link juice - the number of Outbound links and PR of the page matters most.
    However, blog commenting for link building is a shaddy way to get links and can cause more harm than good.
    Give quality comments and get referral traffic - instead
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    DoFollow? NoFollow? PR of the page? # of other comments? Anchor text allowed? etc..

    Ton of variables.

    I disagree with marketing-guru that using commenting for link building is "shady." Mindlessly spamming thousands of blogs with junk comments? Yeah, obviously shady. But manually leaving legitimate comments on blogs in order to create backlinks? Not shady at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanSEOGears
    I've had some good results using Blog Commenting Demon to find lots of sites in your niche. It takes care of a lot of the tedious manual work for you like scapring results, looking for footprints from blogs, showing you PR and if a blog is follow or no follow.

    Using this software on one of my personal sites I managed to get a sitewide link from leaving a comment on a .gov site that was incredibly relevant to my site.

    The key to using the software is to make sure you read the article and post a legitimate comment instead of trying to use it to just spam a bunch of "Interesting article I will share this with my friends" comments.

    Don't expect thousands of links overnight, but it's a cool tool to use on your laptop while you're watching TV with the Mrs.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by RyanSEOGears View Post

      I've had some good results using Blog Commenting Demon to find lots of sites in your niche. It takes care of a lot of the tedious manual work for you like scapring results, looking for footprints from blogs, showing you PR and if a blog is follow or no follow.

      Using this software on one of my personal sites I managed to get a sitewide link from leaving a comment on a .gov site that was incredibly relevant to my site.

      The key to using the software is to make sure you read the article and post a legitimate comment instead of trying to use it to just spam a bunch of "Interesting article I will share this with my friends" comments.

      Don't expect thousands of links overnight, but it's a cool tool to use on your laptop while you're watching TV with the Mrs.
      Never really looked at Blog Commenting Demon. At $67 it's more expensive, but does seem a little bit more user friendly than Scrapebox. (Although Scrapebox can do a LOT more.)

      Tempted to give it a try and see how it compares.
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  • Profile picture of the author superplatinum
    I think you should focus more on getting links back to your site and not so much how many people will click on the links. If you have a considerable amount of backlinks, your site itself will rise in PR
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  • Profile picture of the author pinkhand
    Commenting on do follow blogs and where not very large number of comments is being done can get the some link juice for your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author marketwarrior06
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    the the actual Page is of PR 2 and if the outbound link is just yours then you will get the 100% . and the PR juice will be distributed among all the links that's are going from that page.
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  • Profile picture of the author jumanorbert
    1.page rank of the page
    2.do follow or no follow site
    3.outbound links on page
    4.social activity on page
    5.how closely related the site is to yours
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  • Profile picture of the author gearmonkey
    I ditched blog commenting and went for guest posting. Guest posting is the best way to get page juice... and build your brand while bringing traffic to your website.

    I only mass blog comment using tools to build my web2.0 blogs backlink portfolio..
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by gearmonkey View Post

      I ditched blog commenting and went for guest posting. Guest posting is the best way to get page juice... and build your brand while bringing traffic to your website.

      I only mass blog comment using tools to build my web2.0 blogs backlink portfolio..
      Guest posting is good, but IMO it's a bit easier to find quality sources to comment on. (And I don't need to write a lot of content.)

      I do both, though.
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  • Profile picture of the author KingPop
    It depends on you! really, because it depends on which website/blog you are commenting on. like whether the site has added nofollow tag for links in comments or it has follow tag. whether it has high google pagerank or with no pr. page having lots of comments or less with links and so on. hope it helps. If you need any more help. PM me
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  • Profile picture of the author aadi14
    Commenting on High PR blogs will get you the better results.The blogs which itself has a good amount of Juice will help you in building yours but with low outbound links.
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  • Profile picture of the author siyajoshi
    Hello..
    I also suggest you to do blog commenting on relevant blogs and high page rank blogs means you should do comment on quality blogs to build back links otherwise there will be reverse effect of blog commenting.
    Thnx...
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnletton
    It depends on the page where you are give commenting and getting backlinks. You should choose those post have good page rank and relevant to your topic, hope you will get fast benefits.
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  • Profile picture of the author Local Search
    Comments on relevant blogs with low outbound links will be beneficial for your site regarding link juice. Your comment should be relevant and meaningful with the post. If you will be comment like - nice post, nice blog, thanks for nice sharing etc., take links from using these types of comments will sure harm your website.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by Local Search View Post

      Comments on relevant blogs with low outbound links will be beneficial for your site regarding link juice. Your comment should be relevant and meaningful with the post. If you will be comment like - nice post, nice blog, thanks for nice sharing etc., take links from using these types of comments will sure harm your website.
      They won't "harm" your site. They will, however, severely reduce your comment approval rate.
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  • Profile picture of the author aadi144
    Commenting in High PR blogs will provide a good link juice they have a plugin installed to be safe from spam comments so all the links are automatically converted to nofollow most of the times.
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  • Profile picture of the author rtc1979
    Don't use keywords in the name field. It looks spammy and the approval rate for your comments will be super low. Comment on blogs in your niche and just use your name as the keyword. Or your company name, or a combo of the two. You'll brand yourself...you'll get traffic to your website by people clicking on your link...and you'll get nofollow links which helps naturalize your backlink profile.

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