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Does a high PR Blog comment count?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Nosence, Sep 27, 2011.

  1. Nosence

    Nosence Senior Member

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    If it doesnt have the anchor text in the name section, or a link with your anchor words?

    I cant seem to ever get high PR blogs to accept comments when I use an anchor text, but when I just do a name it will get approved.

    These are PR3- pr 6 Are they worth doing if there is no specific anchor?
     
  2. Business Directory

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    Of course it's worth doing, you're building your page rank which is giving your site more authority, this helps with everything.
     
  3. topazsword

    topazsword Newbie

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    For me, commenting on high PR sites do help. Even if its low or slow.. as soon as it helps.. then.. Grab it!
     
  4. headiez247

    headiez247 Newbie

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    certainly yes. every link helps and you want variety
     
  5. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Except they are noooooo follow, so it isn't as good as a lower PR d0 follow link from any other source. Like a d0 follow pr 2 is probably equal to like a n0 follow pr 8 or something. Might not be exact but ya get the point.
     
  6. headiez247

    headiez247 Newbie

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    you still want no follow's. not as many obv but you still want them.
     
  7. DavidVictor

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    For me commenting on high PR sites do help and i get the resoults, its not wasted time.
     
  8. sameer5762

    sameer5762 Elite Member

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    Yes dude the comments will be counted....:)
     
  9. Seo Lover

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    Yes they are counted but if placed good position . Always use anchor text incomment where allowed where notallowed use BB code or leave link in name place .
     
  10. Kaithe.Clarke

    Kaithe.Clarke Regular Member

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    I have seen many people try to add anchor text or website links for backlinks in their posts... If the blogger is smart and controlling spam over his blog, he will approve every blog comment manually.

    First you need to establish your credibility as a blog commenter not as a spammer.

    Also, you can find many other ******** blogs for commenting that accept comments for backlinking. You can use 'Keyword Country' for finding such blogs.
     
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    ultimategamechain Power Member

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    if its ******** and high PR then I'll go for it. A link is a link!
     
  12. jascoken

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    In my experience, you'll generally have better luck getting accepted when you DON'T use keywords for your name...

    If it's a high PR page, then you're looking for trust-rank - not keyword authority, so any anchor text which gets you accepted is the goal; and this is usually just your name or pseudonym. Get keyword authority from easy-to-get article links etc.