The Commenting Blueprint

All about comment marketing strategy

by John Hawkins

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There is a world opened up to people that use commenting properly and have knowledge of the right tools! Long ago, blog commenting is one of the best sources of backlinks. But as time passed by, Google learn the bad issues in various link building process (spammy deeds) including blog commenting. That's why nowadays, there are only few people who frequently do the commenting technique. But don't you know that aside from having backlinks to your blog, blog commenting can be also a good strategy to build and authority or sometimes win huge prices? Inside this report, you will learn everything about blog commenting and its techniques. The problem with Comment Marketing is that anyone (literally) can post on any blog as long as they a valid email address. But that doesn't make it simple. Authentic Comment Marketing is about sharing meaningful opinions that is clearly in conjunction with the post's topic. The Goal You should have a clear goal in your mind while commenting on Blogs and articles. When targeted correctly, you can offer people a clear understanding of an area that you are an expert in. Although, commenting or Comment Marketing is not always about bringing the competition down. If so, it should be done with carefully chosen words that do not assault another person/author. Do's in Content Have meaningful comments. You should be adding to the conversation's flow and make sure it has a smooth flow. Don't be afraid to show another side of the topic at discussion. People are always looking for constructive criticism, but only when it is backed up by solid proofs. Quote! You can quote parts of the post/blog and discuss. This is particularly easy for lengthy guides/topics that deals with several topics in one go Be Comedic. It is okay to have a funny comment once in a while that cheers up the string of conversation. But that being said, care should be taken that it doesn't offend anyone or have a tone that could potentially be a insult to a race. Keep track of subsequent comments. There might be a potential opportunity somewhere waiting for you. On the other hand, someone might addition explanation to your previously posted comment. Don'ts in Content Try not to leave a generic Comment just like a "Thank you for this post". Make it a habit to describe which sections you liked and why. Never use colloquial terms or slang. It just puts the mood off. Besides, this will tend to arouse a negative judgement in another reader's mind. Never get off the topic. Adhere to the blog's content and its views. Don't jot down un-related comments that have nothing to do with the post. Leave a comment Linking This is one of the most crucial parts of Comment Marketing. You should only put a comment when It is really helpful to the post and you think it can add an additional value to the blog. Research shows that these back links have little meaning and do not largely contribute to SEO for the linked page. Expert Tips Use one name and one picture uniformly everywhere. This will make it easier for regular readers to identify you from place to place. If your content is well descriptive, you might as well instil a confidence in readers making sure they read your comments anywhere they see it. The picture is very important while leaving a comment. The beauty of Comment is such that it the shortest way to Branding to the world. A real name, a professional picture (and maybe designation for sites who allow it) are the key to maximum branding. Respecting or admitting to a competition's view is often regarded as a downfall, but this is not the case in Comment Marketing. In fact, it is reverse; it shows that you are secure in the discussed area of expertise to appreciate other's view (in some cases even a friendly cold war can show respect) and many more... ORDER NOW!

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John Hawkins

John skill's with IT industry has propelled him into many different online businesses, including book publishing, affiliate marketing, Clickbank Product Launch, niche business sites and SEO work. He helps people to make money working through the internet. John is also a budding author, with self-help being his favored genre. His titles to date include, Affiliate Marketing Blueprint, Facebook Marketing Mastery, YouTube Marketing 101, Clickbank Success Secret, Adsence Cash Cow, Ultimate Passive Income, Email Marketing Secret, CPA Marketing Success Secret, Career in Freelancing, Blogging Success and many more. He plans to follow these with even more titles in the future, to help as many people as he can to find the same success that he has. You can contact John here:

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