Whatever your level of experienced blogger or a novice, as long as you’re in business with blogging and you are a blogger, you should, to a some way, be aware that posting comment on other blogs can have an enormous positive impact on advertising your blog. But, this doesn’t mean that you must publish your comments on every blog you browse. The choice of a blog to post is a skill is something you can improve. Below are four ways to go about commenting on another’s blog.
What is the popularity of this blog?
If you’re commenting on a the blog, which receives only one or two visitors daily, you shouldn’t anticipate that a huge amount of visitors will be able to visit your blog. Because the amount of people who reads the blog is low than the number of people who visit it, it can also result in a smaller amount of people will read your comment and go to your blog. If you are looking to advertise you blog by commenting other blogs, try to locate blogs that are as popular or even more well-known than your blog. You can use the page rank of the blog as a guide to assess how important the blog’s page is.
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The blog has the same interest as you
There is really no point in making a blog comment that is totally unrelated the blog you are writing on. While a direct link is not essential, it is much preferred. For instance, if you are running a blog that is talking about computer software, you should not limit yourself to commenting on another blog, which also talks about the same subject. Commenting on blogs about programming language, the one that is used to create the software, or anyone else’s experiences with the software, are also an excellent way to advertising your blog.
An effective method to determine the quality of a blog is by looking at the blog’s description. If the blogger does not have the time to giving this kind of details, go through the blog of theirs and discover whether they’re targeting the same keywords as yours, by determining the number of times a specific keyword appeared.
Opportunity of Reciprocity
Once you have started blogging, what you focus on is the content on your blog. Let other bloggers to reciprocate your action. In the event that you are the first person to be contacted by a different bloggers, chances are they’d like to have you leave a comment on their blog since you’ve got good content in your blog.
If you want to reverse the process, try to find the comments on your blog, find out the website another blogger has posted for your site. Visit their website and check to see if they have any link exchange opportunities that are coming up.
Find blogs that are targeting a similar market
If you’re advertising your blog by posting a comment, you are not restricted to posting comments on blog that has similar topic like yours. With detail research and planning you can increase traffic through commenting on blogs with different visitors.
If, for instance, you have a blog about dance and you find out that there is a food blog that is very high number of visitors, you might take a look at posting a comment to it. At first, it appears that there is no obvious connections between them. But, both blogs are targeting the same age segment of people. Additionally, both blogs may even target on similar geographical areas!
If you can find a connection between both your target markets, you may probably come across a lucrative link exchange possibility. It is also possible to do it by commenting on their blog, with your blog link inserted. Doing this required detail and meticulous planning. The key point is to identify an interest you and your blog partners share. You’ll be able to identify one by focusing on your market.
In the same vein as the dance blog and food blog example, given their target market are both teenagers, the strategy on blog comment is that, posting a comment on dance blog on the best foods for dancers who are likely to participate in competition. Or posting a comment on food blog that, what benefits a dancer could gain from taking certain food.