Doing Blog Commenting Post Penguin Can Still Be Rewarding

Commenting on blogs on the internet has been used as an SEO strategy for quite some time. The goal is to increase back-links to your site in order to boost Page Rank, or raise selected keyword-phrases for your site’s search engine rankings. Additionally, by using this strategy you could also generate direct traffic but the focus of this SEO method has always been about the link you would receive back to your site.

If you were to look around in SEO forums on link-building, you’ll often hear people refer to this method as one of the easier ways of getting back-links to your site. This type of claim shows that their SEO understanding is abysmal the specific SEO strategy. It’s not how you perform what you do, but the method you use to do it that’s crucial.

To make use of this blog commenting effectively for SEO , there’s more than just posting comments on every blog. Choose quality over quantity. I’ve always believed and implemented this. Now, with the Penguin update of 2012 this has become more relevant than ever before.

Do not undervalue the blog research. It’s a time-consuming, but crucial job.

In order to give you an idea of how tedious it can be to find the best SEO friendly websites: When I am able to gather a list of 15,000 domains for blogs, I will run them through a program that will provide information like domain PR, page PR, and links to outgoing pages, but the most important thing is that the program also shows blogs that are ‘do-follow’. From the list of blogs, between 200-600 will show ‘do-follow as well as the other tens of thousands and thousands of blogs all include the nofollow tag. However, the program will only look for a few of the technical aspect, there’s additional to the process than that, so now is the time-consuming job of manually checking the blogs for criteria such as

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1. Is the blog still in operation?

2. Still applauding comments?

3. Are the links to comments that are outgoing truly ‘do follow Do-follow’?

4. Is the comment area available in Java (if so, the link will not be identified by Google)?

5. Are there any redirects to the link?

6. Has the blog been bombarded with spam?

7. Does the blog have pages that are Page Rank?

8. What requirements must be met for comments (many blogs require registration or a subscription)?

After this has been inspected, I could have a list of 50 to 100 left to make use of, but I have a list of blogs that I’ve accumulated over the past four years, so I’d only be adding around 15-40 new blogs based on a investigation of this amount.

Following this, I’ll start manually by checking blogs that were flagged by the program as ‘no-follow’, and these could be in thousands. I’m not able of checking all therefore I’ll need to look for combinations based on my experiences of an appropriate blog. I typically base my choices on the domain’s Page Rank and Page PR. I also consider page-title etc. While searching for blogs the program showed as no-follow can be described as fishing; sometimes I will get lucky and pull in the biggest catch.

You’ll need blogs that are related to your specific niche

* Niche blogs

I’ve always believed in high-quality when it comes to blog-commenting to help with SEO. the selection of the blogs is essential as you’ll want to receive backlinks from similar blogs with good page rank. But, if your blog is in only a narrow niche, there’s just not going to be many related blogs that fit the criteria of a SEO user-friendly blog. Some of the blogs you see might not even be willing to approve your comment because they think you’re a competition.

* Related pages

Sure, related blogs are the most appropriate blog to make comments on, but one important factor not to forget when you are trying to build your website’s link profile is to get links from different IP addresses.

Broaden the selection of blogs by using authoritative blogs with pages that are related to your site. There are a lot of blogs with under-sections that are sufficient. Let’s say, for instance, that your website’s subject is yoga. Expand to blogs for women, and health blogs.

TIP! If you’re in an area of limited scope Guest posting is an excellent SEO strategy as there are more websites offering quality back-links writing a well-written article.

Final Words

Utilizing blog comments as an SEO technique following the Penguin update will come down to quality , in terms of choosing which blogs to share your posts on and also contributing with a good quality comment. The most important task is the research you must conduct to locate related sites and blogs that are related to your particular field.

The good thing is that now you just have to follow your list and leave comments, and the average quality of the links will be high, that’s when and how every blog’s research is rewarded in big ways. That’s the time and method you can gain a wealth of good links fast and effortlessly.

A final suggestion! Do not forget to obtain hyperlinks from multiple sources, not just from blog commenting In order to build a strong healthy link-profile you will have to mix it up I’ll say that again: quality is the key.

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