how to find blogs in a specific niche for commenting

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Hello All,

I just came here after reading threads related to this topic on this forum but couldn't find a convincing answer, i need to find atleast 100 blogs ( graphic design) to dofollow to comment on them ( I will not spam - I will read the blog post then comment on the topic). so how do i find it.

On some previous threads here dropmylink.com was mentioned as a way to find niche dofollow blogs, but even links shown through dofollow option search on dropmylink is directing towards rel='nofollow' blogs comment section - (i analyzeb blogs using the ViewPageSource option from my browser and then searching for nofollow tags in the code)

in a nutshell need help in finding niche blogs with do follow comment area ( the niche is graphic design)
#blogs #commenting #find #niche #specific
  • LogoDesignExpert,

    You could try doing an exact match search using your niche keywords combined with terms like “comment here”, “add comment” , or “add url”. You could also just try searching for blogs using keywords similar to those you are targeting to find blogs. I know this is a tedious task however I don’t know of any tool out there that could help you do this faster.

    Perhaps you can find another answer here,

    How to Find Do Follow Blogs in Your Niche

    Hope that helps,

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  • Profile picture of the author kochtgr
    Just search on google for dofollow blog lists and you will find many, additionally you can search for commentluv enabled blogs too that are great for getting traffic and links through blog commenting...
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by kochtgr View Post

      Just search on google for dofollow blog lists and you will find many, additionally you can search for commentluv enabled blogs too that are great for getting traffic and links through blog commenting...
      Most lists that you find shared openly are "auto approve" lists. (Junk & spammed to death.) Plus, he's looking for niche blogs.

      If you can swing the $57 I'd suggest looking at Scrapebox. It can do exactly what you want. You can plug in as many niche-related keywords as you'd like, select a blog platform, and search. You can then run your results through a DoFollow check (not 100% accurate, but better than nothing), a PR check, Alexa check, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author murphyy
    You can try these :
    How To Find Relevant Forums
    KEYWORDS “powered by phpbb” inurl:/forum
    KEYWORDS “powered by vbulletin” inurl:/forum
    KEYWORDS “powered by smf” site: /forum

    KEYWORDS “powered by phpbb” inurl:/community
    KEYWORDS “powered by vbulletin” inurl:/community
    KEYWORDS “powered by smf” inurl:/community

    How To Find Relevant .Edu Forums
    “powered by vbulletin” site:.edu
    “powered by phpbb” site:.edu
    “powered by smf” site:.edu

    RELEVANT blogs that allow comments

    KEYWORDS “powered by wordpress”
    KEYWORDS “leave a comment”
    KEYWORDS “reply to post”
    KEYWORDS “leave comment”

    RELEVANT blogs that allow comments with keywords as anchor text

    KEYWORDS “this site uses keywordluv”
    KEYWORDS “this site uses commentluv”

    How To Find .Edu Sites That Allow Comments
    KEYWORDS “powered by wordpress” site:.edu
    KEYWORDS “leave a comment” site:.edu
    KEYWORDS “reply to post” site:.edu

    Hope you will get more results.
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  • Profile picture of the author georgefuller
    You can also try blogcatalog and other blog community sites. or you can key in blog search on google then use google operator to refine your searches.
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  • Profile picture of the author SFM Champ
    Try looking on big-boards.com
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by SFM Champ View Post

      Try looking on big-boards.com
      He's looking for blogs. Not forums.

      @Steffy, making 100 legitimate comments is NOT going to hurt your rankings. Not sure why you'd think that. Might be a little time consuming though.

      And @ the OP. If you're going to do things manually you should definitely get a browser extension to check the NF / DF status of blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author loquat
    Try Scrapebox, you can find niche related blog posts and forum threads
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  • Profile picture of the author Vivers
    Just search your target keywords with "allows comments" or "keyword luv" etc... Most if not all of these will be spammed out and worthless however.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steffy Rose
    Doing 100 blog commenting for a website may hurt your rankings.. I personally suggest you to show variation in your anchor texts.. It will seem to be naturally.. And, don't focus only on do follow blog commenting.. Make blog commenting in no follow sites too.. So that your back links seems naturally...

    And, I suggest you to use these following key phrase to find out the niche related blog commenting sites,, ( Please do not spam anyway)

    “Keyword Phrase” + "add comment"
    “Keyword Phrase” + "post comment"
    “Keyword Phrase” + "leave comment"
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  • Profile picture of the author LogoDesignExpert
    Thank you guys been already using opensite explorer to find where my competitors have linked and what anchor texts they have used (SEOmoz Pro) but after evaluating some of my competitors backlinks from blog commenting I was hesitant to comment over there reason: on every page of those blogs they were more than 200 comments from various people (read spammers), adding my link or comment over certainly looked troublesome to me even if i write a natural comment over there without writing meaning less words.

    What would you guys advice should i go ahead and comment on such blogs or stay away from them.

    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by LogoDesignExpert View Post

      Thank you guys been already using opensite explorer to find where my competitors have linked and what anchor texts they have used (SEOmoz Pro) but after evaluating some of my competitors backlinks from blog commenting I was hesitant to comment over there reason: on every page of those blogs they were more than 200 comments from various people (read spammers), adding my link or comment over certainly looked troublesome to me even if i write a natural comment over there without writing meaning less words.

      What would you guys advice should i go ahead and comment on such blogs or stay away from them.

      Thanks
      Avoid. Dropping a link on a page with 200+, mostly from spammers, is usually a pretty dangerous idea. Stick to moderated blogs when pointing links directly at your site. Plus a handful of quality links is always going to beat out hundreds of low quality links.
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