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blog comments to boost guest post

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tony20, Sep 16, 2014.

  1. tony20

    tony20 Power Member

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    Would 20,000+ blog comments to guest blog posts (where the link to my money site is) be a good idea to boost the blog post power?

    or a waste of money and potentially harmful?

    i.e. one guest post = 20,000 blog comments.

    I currently have 8 guest posts on 8 totally different blogs. Its hard to find blogs that will do guest posts!
     
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  2. SEO Power

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    You will jeopardise those blogs by sending 20K blog comments to them. That should only be done to parasite pages on web 2.0 sites. Would you like it if a guest author on your blog spammed his post's url with 20K crappy links? I guess not.

    If you want to strengthen your guest posts and get more link juice from them, use PBN links instead or tiered links.
     
  3. arganrecords

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    You can not compare the blogposts to comments backlinks. The difference is simple, in blogposts you can have a link with the text value and contextualized.
    You have to do diverse backlink profile, you can not just focus on a few techniques.

    By them in the Marketplace mate.
     
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    They will probably remove your guest posts if you do that, which is normal.
    Never build T2 links to guest posts as you will hurt the site and eventually your site as well.
     
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    this is a good idea to get traffic!! i have an blog comment poster
     
  7. stellabrook01

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    follow this steps..I think your blog will boost..

    1. Don't Pad Your Prose with Empty Filler Words
    2. Don't Weaken the Action with Wimpy Words
    3. Don't Cripple Your Descriptions with Feeble Phrases
    4. Trim Flabby Words and Phrases
    5. Don't Pussyfoot Around Your Verbs and Adjectives
    6. Throw Out the Rulebook on Punctuation
    7. Be As Manipulative As Possible.
     
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    howard_hughes Elite Member

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    Use HI 100-200 PR manual Blog comments, instead of 20k Automated
     
  9. bartosimpsonio

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    Why would you do this? It makes no sense at all.
     
  10. upstarter

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    20,000 blog comments on one article? You are kidding, right? Even a viral post on Facebook never reaches that many comments.
     
  11. diesel1

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    No, it's not a good idea, and it might be harmful for the post.

    You shouldn?t aim links, without permission, to any guest posts.

    That being said, if you?re still going to do it, whatever we say, rather aim one only web 2.0 post to the guest post..
    And then aim the 20k comments to the web 2.0 post.

    That should be safe enough for the guest post and you'll get some juice.
     
  12. Goldbrokers

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    Very bad idea, if you really must use blog comments, then pick a handful of authority ones.