Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Paulie W, Mar 21, 2014.
if he has too many keyword anchors then post your naked url (no hyperlink) inside the comment. Google can still pick them up.
They still have some use to diversify your links and it would be natural to have links to your G+ etc.
Depending where you leave them they can still drive a little traffic too.
Yes, it does. Set-up your Google+ profile properly.
When your comment stands out among the other blogs, it'll give the readers a reason to be intrigued on what you do and who you are. The natural tendency is that they will click on your G+ profile. When they click on it, of course, they'll land to your G+ profile, where they may click your website's URL.
The same thing goes for blogs that only accept social media accounts/profiles for commenting.
It pays to set-up your Facebook, Twitter and YouTube profiles professionally for an additional traffic.
Thank you!One advantage of using G+ may also be, that those comments will probably always be verified, while URL comments are not.
How many blog comments in a related niche would you consider to be safe for a local business? The site is about 1 year old, very low DA, CF and TF.
I just started with doing backlinks and am writing 2-3 comments per day right now and will rise the amount slowly.
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