Who Knew Blog Comments
Could Be So Very Powerful?
The Internet Thrives On The Sharing
Of Quality Information So Your Shrewd
Strategy Should Be To Seek Out Those
Blogs Relevant To Your Knowledge Gems
The following components are necessary:
- Quality information or insights
- Relevant blogs that use the CommentLuv plugin
- RSS feed reader
- Blog comments bookmark folder
- Reliable ping resource (preferably automated)
But, you should also be sharing other bloggers or webmasters quality content. This means you will never run out of good, meaningful info to share through your blog commenting.
We want to focus on blogs that have the CommentLuv plugin installed, because when you make a comment, this plugin will grab your latest post and hyperlink the title below your submitted comment.
Your RSS feed needs to be enabled for this to work. If you do not know your feed url, just add (with WordPress blogs) /feed to the end of your basic domain url.
When you are making meaningful comments on these blogs, it means you will attract targeted traffic as well as obtaining a backlink (should be “dofollow”).
- Use DropMyLink — Register free and sign in.
- Use any of these three search engine queries:
Once signed in you will see three drop-down menu headings:
Past Week — 10 Results —Any TLD
Clicking on Past Week will show these choices:
This means that when you put your chosen keyword in the search box, the results will be limited to the time frame selected.
Clicking on 10 Results shows you can choose 10, 20, or 30 results at a time.
Clicking on Any TLD (Top Level Domain) shows you can specify Any TLD, .edu or .gov domains.
You can combine the drop-down menu choices in any combination you want.
When you publish a high quality post, you want to visit as many blogs as you can locate through relevant keywords to your post.
No junk comments just to get a backlink. Valuable insights and contributions will attract targeted traffic, because your hyperlinked recent post title will certainly arouse interest.
Keyword + “CommentLuv is Enabled”
“Long Tail Keyword” +”CommentLuv is Enabled”
“This blog uses premium CommentLuv”
Do not omit the quotation marks. They are functional.
To find blog posts relavent to your chosen keywords that have been posted in the last 24 hours paste this in red &tbs=qdr:d immdiately at the end of the Google search results url.
Then refresh the page.
OK. You’re off to a strong start but don’t forget that discipline component!
Once you have found valuable CommentLuv blogs that share the focus of your site, you should subscribe to their RSS feed.
Use your favorite RSS reader or use the free RSS reader at The Free Dictionary
This is what my page looks like, and I have made it my home page so as soon as I log on to the Internet I can see relevant posts.
Once you register you can customize your page. Just delete and enter your preferences.
Be sure to record the RSS feed urls somewhere secure, because if you ever delete your cookies, you will have to set up your Free Dictionary feeds all over again.
Whenever you make a blog comment you want to bookmark the url and later ping it for SEO benefits (drop the #… at the end of the url).
Put all your comment bookmarks in a folder titled ! Ping Comments. This way your comment folder will be right at the top of your collection of folders for easy reference.
Very often your comments are not immediately approved so the above steps are necessary. When you bookmark, start the notation with the date, such as, 8-19-17 — followed by the title of the post.
When you are checking back to see if your comment was approved, having the date is valuable, because you want to allow about two months for the approval.
Anything longer, it is time to delete that bookmark from your folder.
Finally, you must Ping the urls once your comments are approved.
Ping multiple times, because you don’t know the crawl schedule of various search engine spiders, and they may or may not return soon after the initial blog post.
I use Pingler to automate my repeated pinging at three day intervals for a mere $2.99 (US) per month. (Great investment!)
You should get in the habit of pinging all your backlink urls no matter how they are generated, because they may not get indexed otherwise.
OK. You now have the road map to the goal of heavy targeted traffic to your blog.
Best of success and no excuses!
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