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Blogs that don´t allow URL / name comments

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Paulie W, Mar 21, 2014.

  1. Paulie W

    Paulie W Regular Member

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    Many blogs don´t allow URL / name comments, you can only choose between blogger, G+ accounts etc. So are these blogs worthless for getting backlinks to your site or does it still make sense to link with the G+ account from your site?

    For clarification: My main reason for getting backlinks from these blogs is now to "clean up" a clients local site, which has way too many KW-anchors. Once I get to a natural looking anchor ratio, I start anchoring with the KW´s from time to time.
     
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    geo89gr Junior Member

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    if he has too many keyword anchors then post your naked url (no hyperlink) inside the comment. Google can still pick them up.
     
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    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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  5. Paulie W

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    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.