Commenting on blogs to increase backlinks to your blog is nothing new. People have left comments on blogs for this very reason for, well, just about as long as blogging has been around. Unfortunately, due to bad blogging advice, automated blog commenting software, and leaving the wrong comments on the wrong blogs – leaving comments on blogs to increase backlinks is quickly becoming a dead practice.
Its enough because top reach training goals gets updated by their owners pretty often so just following them and learning in their footsteps are usually enough. Refer often and do the same actions in your own blog too.
Perhaps this will really help you a lot. When you find a place where it rates the top 100 blogs please select only 3-4 blogs to read from. You can only read so much and learn so much.
Within minutes, I had created my blog, published it on the Web, and began posting and tweaking it. I inserted some HTML code to monitor my stats, and continued to work on making it a better blog. I also continued to work on my other websites so that whenever I do climb out of Google’s sandbox my site will get online blogs a good rating.
2)Make the commitment: Social media networks have an overabundance of small Business profiles that were created and updated for a short period of time, only to have the administrator shortly thereafter lose interest for whatever reason. Social media is not a quick fix and certainly takes a level of commitment to generate the desired result. If you don’t have the time or the patience, it is better to not have a profile, than to have one that is incomplete or not cultivated.
On the other hand, I say this with a sheepish smile, since Blogs are free, I set up another blog in Google for my family and friends where I simply post pictures of the family and news about them. This I have no need to be picked up by web search engines, and just pass out the URL to my kids and close friends. Which is another way to use blogs.
Look for interesting ways to reuse the content across platforms – we originally started tweeting on one of the sites as a faster way to creating a custom list of news items appearing on all pages of the site – editable by the entire team. It was easier to make a twitter account that all editors/writers in house could update (trusted, clearly) rather than have to train them on the CMS. Plus, if people direct an item of interest to us we can quickly retweet it and make it appear.
This will be now your springboard to invite them in your site. As you do, give them compelling offers to entice them. It could be free ebooks, short reports, or free downloads. More to the enticement that you inflict to them is you are starting to get their trust. With this, you build relationships. This will help you build your list!