Blog Commenting Service
Let 1 thing be clear; we will NOT SPAM blog's for you!!
First it takes a huge amount of blog research to come up with a list of related, high PR blogs that actually give DoFollow links and review the comments and approve them!
Doing blog comments is not as easy as you might think; where it comes down to; most high quality blogs are just very hard to get in.
Sure, there are always some exceptions, but blogs don’t gain high value just like that. It’s thanks to the hard work and dedication of the blog owner that the blog becomes an authority in its field and so gains its value.
They don’t accept just any comment; they want to be respected and only approve comments that show that respect, which is exactly what we’ll do for you and the blog owner.
After all you don’t want low value links, as that would require huge amounts of links/comments to see the effect. What you want are the high PR links; the very hard to get links, those are the ones that will get you to the top of the rankings.
That’s why we read the article/post, read the comments, do some research on the topic and make a valuable, long, interesting, on-topic comment. Each comment is like a mini essay.
To be able to post a comment, we need to insert your name, email address and your homepage URL.
Most blogs have a login system, if so we will register and login, as this usually means faster approval and even better links. Even more so; many blogs will only review the first couple of comments and once they trust us, the comments will get approved instantly.
Not that we’ll abuse that and start spamming, link dropping or lowering the quality of the comments, as they can remove all the comments with just 1 click and because that’s just not who we are.
Some blog's don’t give a direct link=DoFollow from the first time, they will remove the rel=nofollow only after you commented enough, being it 2 or 10 comments that depend on each blog individually. Although those blogs are rather rare; the links from those blogs are a lot better than most, as the link value of the page will only be passed on to the DoFollow comments.
They actually use the rel=nofollow as it should; by making a distinction between some of the links having a nofollow and others a DoFollow, Google will know which links to ignore; the nofollow links and which links to value; yours!
Usually they do this for a number of reasons;
So, that’s why in the beginning there might also be some nofollow links; because we’re working on your reputation within the blog, so after time you get DoFollow links. These are very, very valuable links, as it indicates that the blog owner recognizes you as an expert/authority in your field and therefore rewards you with DoFollow links, while others get the nofollow tag. Point being; the amount of other outgoing DoFollow links will be lower, which means you have to share the PR of the page with less other sites and so they give a you a lot more value.
- Because the site/url of the person posting the comment is not related.
- Because the comment is not valuable to them.
- Because the commenter only drops 1 comment and never comes back
- Because the commenter didn’t register
- And last but not least; this is usually the main reason; because they want to reward the people, like us, who actually make the effort to register, write a quality comment and also come back frequently to become a respected member of that blog’s community.
Most blog's don’t accept keywords-anchor text links with your keywords in the links; they want a name. So we do that, again because we want to be sure that the blog owner accepts the comment.
We might try to use a more effective anchor text instead of your name, when we see that it’s obviously accepted for other comments. But we really need to be careful here. Forcing an anchor text upon a blog owner might turn sour and result in no link at all.
Point being; sure to have the keywords in the link would be better, but not getting accepted is worth anything. Also; we’re mainly going for the PR here, there are plenty of other ways to get anchor text links. While just getting PR will not directly improve your rankings, it does give PR to your pages and so indirectly it will improve your rankings after all, because you do have anchor text links on your own pages, pages that now have a higher PR.
During the initial research we also create an openID account. Here’s mine; http://claimid.com/michielvankets, as you can see, there are a bunch of good links on there. As well right in the middle as on the right side. Yes, this means that the links from the comments will not go directly to your site, but the openID profile page.
By creating such a profile page, which then will gain links from the comments we post on blogs using openID, which are quite a few, the profile page itself will gain PR and this again will be passed on to your site. Point being; those are in fact better links, as the links from the profile page to your site are now coming from a page you actually control; read; we can make that page 100% related to your targeted keywords, which again will improve the effect the links have on your rankings.
This while there’s another really good reason to use an openID for the login’s; the comments gets approved easier and faster, after a few comments they usually know that they can trust (well, us, as we’re actually doing the comments in your name) and then the comments will get approved instantly.
And one more; it’s easier for us, which translates in cheaper for you.
Now more practical about the writing; not every page we find to post comments on has the same value; of course they’re always related as that the primary requirement to get value from a link, but the next 2 parameters are the PR of the page and the other outgoing links. For the outgoing links it’s rather easy; we never post on pages with more than 30 comments. And of course we always look for the highest PR. But we’re depending of course on whatever is available.
Anyway, we’re in comes down to is that the higher the PR is the more time we’ll spend on writing the comment. To give examples in 2 extremes;
When we find a page with PR5-6 we spend more than 1 hour on the comment; we do a lot of additional research to make sure we actually have some really interesting to add to the conversation that’s going on the blog; after all we really want to get that comment approved; PR5-6 links are not only very valuable; they’re also very, very hard to find. So we really don’t want that to go to waste.
While we also might find PR2 pages, obviously less value to your site, so we spend less time for each blog commenting, this so we can write a lot more comments for you – note – we only post on those PR1-2 pages as long the blog as w hole is 100% related to your site and they have almost no comments and allow anchor text links – that’s when they’re actually worth it to post comments on them.
Point being, if we indeed find you PR5-6 pages, just a handful of blog commenting might very well be enough to outrank your competitors and make your money back 100 times almost instantly ; the only problem is to find those pages.
How does this work?
Well, after the research we update you, and send you the list of blogs we have found and let you know what the options are, so you can decide how many comments we’ll be posting for you.
Also important to know is that for all of link building strategies; it’s important to spread the amount of links coming in. To have a sudden peak of new links coming in is no problem, but if the new links all of a sudden stop coming in that’s when your rankings might get in problem.
So, once the research is done we let you k now what the options are for your market and inform you about the amount we could do weekly and for how many weeks.
Each week when the comments are done we check the comments from the previous week to see if they actually have been approved and we compile the list for the next week, that report we send to you so you are updated on the progress of your blog commenting campaign weekly.