How to find related blogs niche to comment on

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Question is in title.
How can i find Related DoFollow/NoFollow Blogs Niche to comment on?
It`s there any online/offline tool or any technic ?
#blogs #comment #find #niche #related
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  • Profile picture of the author pinakin
    Here are some footprints that may help you

    “powered by wordpress” “leave a comment”
    Inurl:.edu “Powered by wordpress”
    Inurl:.gov “Powered by WordPress”
    Inurl:.ac.uk “Powered by wordpress”
    Inurl:.edu “Powered by BlogEngine.NET 1.4.5.0?
    Inurl:.gov “”Powered by BlogEngine.NET 1.4.5.0?
    Inurl:.ac.uk “Powered by BlogEngine.NET 1.4.5.0?
    “Powered by BlogEngine”
    “Powered by PHPbb”
    “Powered by vBulletin”
    “Powered by SMF”
    “powered by Simple Machines”
    inurl:/index.php?action=register
    “powered by punBB”
    “powered by expressionengine” “yourkeyword” site:.uk
    “powered by expressionengine” “yourkeyword” site:.us
    “powered by expressionengine” “yourkeyword” site:.eu
    “powered by expressionengine” “yourkeyword” site:.uk
    “powered by expressionengine” “yourkeyword” site:.us
    “powered by expressionengine” “yourkeyword” site:.eu
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    • Profile picture of the author kaytav
      Originally Posted by pinakin View Post

      Here are some footprints that may help you

      "powered by wordpress" "leave a comment"
      Inurl:.edu "Powered by wordpress"
      Inurl:.gov "Powered by WordPress"
      Inurl:.ac.uk "Powered by wordpress"
      Inurl:.edu "Powered by BlogEngine.NET 1.4.5.0?
      Inurl:.gov ""Powered by BlogEngine.NET 1.4.5.0?
      Inurl:.ac.uk "Powered by BlogEngine.NET 1.4.5.0?
      "Powered by BlogEngine"
      "Powered by PHPbb"
      "Powered by vBulletin"
      "Powered by SMF"
      "powered by Simple Machines"
      inurl:/index.php?action=register
      "powered by punBB"
      "powered by expressionengine" "yourkeyword" site:.uk
      "powered by expressionengine" "yourkeyword" site:.us
      "powered by expressionengine" "yourkeyword" site:.eu
      "powered by expressionengine" "yourkeyword" site:.uk
      "powered by expressionengine" "yourkeyword" site:.us
      "powered by expressionengine" "yourkeyword" site:.eu
      Great work. This would definitely cheer up some SEO's. Also getting links from .edu sites will benefit your website a lot.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sakshiss
      The Method shared by pinakin is awesome, You can follow this as well as you can try tool like dropmylink for searching blog comment sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author Larry Leggett
    How to find Dofollow blogs to comment
    I think this post can help you find some related blogs to comment. Please do not spam around the blogs.
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  • Thank you @Larry. It was a good resource though almost similar what @pinakin mentioned.
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  • Profile picture of the author Warock
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    Using scrapbox to scrape websites is the best way to save your time and fast poster to post comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author ronnieavelino
    Originally Posted by adystanley View Post

    Question is in title.
    How can i find Related DoFollow/NoFollow Blogs Niche to comment on?
    It`s there any online/offline tool or any technic ?
    Don't waste your time on that thing. You may get related site but NO FOLLOW.
    All or Most of the Do Follow websites now are spammed! Don't let your site link to them.

    Regards,

    Ronnie
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by ronnieavelino View Post

      Don't waste your time on that thing. You may get related site but NO FOLLOW.
      All or Most of the Do Follow websites now are spammed! Don't let your site link to them.

      Regards,

      Ronnie
      Sorry, I know this thread is somewhat old, but I just wanted to post a quick reply.

      1. NoFollow isn't a bad thing. Aside from the ongoing debate of NF links passing any juice, at the very least they'll help your link diversity. Plus, they can be a pretty strong source of traffic if they're on niche-related blogs. A lot of people tend to overlook blog commenting as a traffic generating method.

      I posted this elsewhere:

      If you're going after traffic (and not backlinks) just set up Google Alerts to notify you of new posts that include your niche keywords. If you stumble across a popular blog and get your comment approved you can see a pretty nice surge of traffic.

      If you've got Scrapebox you can take this to the next level by importing hundreds (even thousands) of niche-related keywords and having it only display results from the past 24 hours. You can then check the PR of the blogs, Alexa rankings, etc, to help identify potentially high traffic blogs.

      All of that said, make sure you're leaving GOOD comments that you'd approve on your own blogs. I always stop and think to myself "Would I approve this on my own blog?" before pressing the post button.
      2. There are plenty of DoFollow blogs that aren't spammed. But they're usually moderated. Which, IMO, is a good thing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alex Greene
      Originally Posted by ronnieavelino View Post

      Don't waste your time on that thing. You may get related site but NO FOLLOW.
      All or Most of the Do Follow websites now are spammed! Don't let your site link to them.

      Regards,

      Ronnie
      Good suggestion but I would like to add something with this suggestion. Do not think about dofollow and nofollow. Just try to get links naturally and from good quality sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author vasportal
    Most of blog owners dont aprove the links.
    It's very rard with blog comments
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by vasportal View Post

      Most of blog owners dont aprove the links.
      It's very rard with blog comments
      Just leave comments that you'd approve yourself and you'd be surprised.
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    • Profile picture of the author CyberAlien
      Originally Posted by vasportal View Post

      Most of blog owners dont aprove the links.
      It's very rard with blog comments
      A lot of blog owners don't have time to monitor comments as well and they just have them automatically approved.
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      • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
        Originally Posted by Chase Watts View Post

        A lot of blog owners don't have time to monitor comments as well and they just have them automatically approved.
        I've found that most blog owners who would rather not moderate comments just turn them off instead.

        Most AA blogs are simply abandoned and usually spammed-to-death.
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  • Thank you @Larry. good resource though almost similar what @pinakin mentioned. even we can find related blog with any categories take help from here google.com/blogsearch all the stuff will really help you in right way Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author andybritnell
    I know this is a bit late in the day but I find dropmylink.com useful for finding relevant sites to comment on.

    It uses the footprints mentioned by @pinakin but inputs code to Google for you.

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  • Profile picture of the author ProSence
    Yes, dropmylink.com is really too effective, I use it.
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  • Profile picture of the author kocenghabok
    If you have more budget you can hire someone to do this job, it can save your time
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  • Profile picture of the author Daws0n
    I have found ScrapeBox quite useful for research purpose, but never bothered to use its 'Auto Poster' feature. That's more of a tool for those who don't bother to leave a useful comment on someone's blog, but need a backlink.

    It would save some time. You would otherwise spend on Google (manual scraping), and more when it comes to removing duplicate URLs and bulk PR check. In short, it's a good piece to spend some bucks on, and it comes with a lifetime licence, the only limitation they have put on it, is you can't use it on multiple machines.

    When I don't feel like scraping in bulk, I use following Google's dorks to come up (mostly) with DoFollow blogs.

    Code:
    "This site uses KeywordLuv. Enter YourName@YourKeywords in the Name field to take advantage." "Keyword"
    
    "CommentLuv is enabled" "keyword"
    
    "Confirm you are NOT a spammer" "Keyword"
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by Daws0n View Post

      I have found ScrapeBox quite useful for research purpose, but never bothered to use its 'Auto Poster' feature. That's more of a tool for those who don't bother to leave a useful comment on someone's blog, but need a backlink.

      It would save some time. You would otherwise spend on Google (manual scraping), and more when it comes to removing duplicate URLs and bulk PR check. In short, it's a good piece to spend some bucks on, and it comes with a lifetime licence, the only limitation they have put on it, is you can't use it on multiple machines.
      I know this doesn't directly solve the problem of using the same license on multiple machines but you CAN use it on a VPS. I primarily run it from a VPS which can be accessed from any location and doesn't use my computer resources and bandwidth.

      You can find some pretty cheap VPS's if you dig around. I use BermanHosting.com and it's about $10 a month. Definitely worth avoiding the hassles of tying up my own system resources and bandwidth.
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  • Pinakin list of search codes are good way to find related blogs. Great work Pinakin.
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  • Profile picture of the author danielph
    I suggest you to post on the first results which you get from google and receive the link back from it
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by danielph View Post

      I suggest you to post on the first results which you get from google and receive the link back from it
      HA.

      If only!
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  • Profile picture of the author savedbyhim01
    Agree with previous poster. Always try to get links from quality sites. Then again, this is easier said than done. They are quality sites because they are well moderated and don't allow spam. In the end, content is king. Nothing can make up for bad content.
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  • Profile picture of the author Campbell24
    Sticking to free blog comments really sucks. It takes too much time and the links are not high quality AT ALL.

    Check out a tool like SENuke.
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    You can use ScrapeBox for this. Just submit the comments manually! I saw already some good footprints that can be useful (depends on the niche of course!)
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  • Profile picture of the author samk2824
    You Can Search For Backlink Footprint
    Or Try DropMyLinks.Com
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  • Profile picture of the author simitch
    search by: Blog:keyword

    Hope you will find it. Thnaks
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  • Profile picture of the author AmarInfotech
    Before going for the comments you must check out the website's Domain authority and spam score. Most of the websites are spammed now. Be aware of this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Claire Anderson
    If you want to use blogs for creating back links for your website then it is better if you build back links in both the do-follow and no-follow blogs. The back-links you create should look natural. Commenting on the no follow blogs is also important because it will drive traffic to your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author austing hausbb
    For me what usually works is that I determine the relevance of the blog or the trust flow and then check the links manually if they fit my requirement Do follow/No follow and then review it whether through SEMrush or ahrefs if it's worth to consider as a blog niche i want to pursue.
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  • Profile picture of the author project v
    I am surprised that this is a very old post, however, it is relevant as of today. For me, if I am searching for blogs to comment on I would consider both who has do/no follow links. I would just base my judgment on whether the site has a good trust flow or not and a Majestic plug in could help you in that area.
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  • Profile picture of the author bashca03
    Using a variation of the keyword you are using is great, I use a spreadsheet for the search variations to be determined and then use several sites and do not stick to the google extension relative to my country.
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  • Profile picture of the author Anek Sartitos
    Basically, you really need to be creative in searching for related blog posts to your site. If you are trying to link for say, a pet forum you are working on, then you should search for the pet related terms or keywords you would need to use.
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  • Profile picture of the author esta tedch
    I make use of every search engine I know of, because they might still churn out different links even though we know majority is indexed by Google, there's still the other players you have to think about. Lastly, make sure you are commenting on blogs that are still relevant or still has recent posts.
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  • Profile picture of the author rickyclerk
    You can use Dropmylink site to find your related blog. Happy working
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  • Profile picture of the author Rankdeck SEO
    Relevant Blogs that Allow Comments to Your Niche

    Target Keyword "powered by wordpress" "leave a comment"

    Target Keyword "leave a comment"

    Target Keyword "reply to post"

    Target Keyword "leave comment"
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