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Maybe new idea to get comments approved at ******** blogs (pls give opinion)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dragunov, Dec 27, 2008.

  1. dragunov

    dragunov BANNED BANNED

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    Hi
    I havent tried this idea but I just thought about it for those who use auto blog comments without reading the original post heres an idea

    Post like this

    Hi great post and nice suggestion

    I just stumbled your site

    Maybe we could say I submitted your site to digg instead
    Pls give your opinion will it work or not ???? in getting comments approved easily without reading the whole post and thinking up of something useful ..........

    ANy opinions and variations or tips to get comments approved would be appreciated

    Thanks
     
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  2. yeti_racer

    yeti_racer Junior Member Premium Member

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    The problem is that "Hi great post and nice suggestion" almost always looks like spam. Which rarely gets through. I just comment manually (you can still do it pretty quick) so that I'm sure my comment is on topic and will go live. I also don't just blast them out everywhere; pick and choose the high traffic & high PR sites; they will do you the most good.

    Also, it helps to find blogs with the ******** plugin (commentluv) so you get the most benifit.
     
  3. movieman32

    movieman32 Regular Member

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    Just to add a little to your suggested comment posts - try making the comment 20 or more words. Some bloggers will appreciate the added content to their page.

    I had one really good spammer comment on my blog and was all set to approve the comment until I saw they had submitted 4 more comments and they had only changed the amount of weight they said they had lost. It would have looked really bad on my site to see the exact same comment over and over saying, "... so far I have lost 10 pounds using" and then changing to 15 pounds, then changing to 20 pounds.