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Comment Posting Do Follow Blogs 101

Where are some of you learning how to comment spam?

Today I spent an hour deleting comments. The only one that caught my attention was wow discount. The entire time it drove me nuts. Your skills at getting links to stick to a Do Follow Blog are terrible. Very few of you even have a clue!

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Well today is the day you learn how to get your comments to stick to a Do Follow Blog.

Items you need for this assignment are:

  • A money site you drive the traffic to
  • A few profiles on social media sites
  • A collection of “Do Follow” blogs
  • The common sense “not to spam a Do Follow Blog

Quality traffic is your goal, but to get there you need to study “Do Follow Psychology.”

I know I am going to get a lot of heat from the anti-spam community because they never read what they complain about. This post really is not about spamming comment forms. It is how to become a valuable contributor to someone’s blog. This in turn will make it easy for all of your comments to stick and the bloggers will actively request your participation. I know the title is totally misleading. If you are truly looking to spam a Do Follow Blog, good luck, it just is not worth the time.

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Something you need to know about a Do Follow Blog, the bloggers that manage them are fanatical about commenting. This is a good thing. They read every comment and if you are even close to spammy they will delete your comment without hesitation. There are blogs who doesn’t allow comments at all, wow porn blog for example. The closest thing I can relate to a Do Follow Blogger would be the relationship an organic gardener has to their garden. Or all fine girls pay-site with their members. Think about how much time an organic gardener puts into their garden. Would you like to be the rabbit that sneaks into their plot of green leafy goodness, or the friendly delivery guy that brings fresh steaming loads of fertilizer? The spam button can have the same effect as Mr. McGregor’s shotgun! They can kill your site by reporting you to every anti-spam forum they frequent just as easily as they can accept your comment.

I would much rather be the delivery guy that brings a fresh load of fertilizer. Those hd movies are full of it by the way. The question is how do you get your fertilizer into the garden? Do you think that the Gardener lets just any delivery guy into his garden? No! The Gardener will only allow someone that they trust to get past their white picket fence.

If I were a delivery guy with a wheelbarrow full of fresh steaming fertilizer, I would do everything I could to become friends with every local gardener in my area. Let’s relate that to every Do Follow Blogger in your niche. Who runs something like http://realitypornking.tv or http://passion-hd.tv. What do you think would make a niche Do Follow Blogger want to be friends with you? Maybe start with a few submissions to the popular social media sites? As time grows and the Do Follow Blogger gets to know you, add a comment to one of their posts. But before you do that, I hope you have created an about page on your money site that you want to link to. On this page add plenty of information about yourself and link out to your social media profiles.

Do Follow Blogs are not the place to use a keyword anchor text link. Trust me, if you do add one, it will be deleted before the fertilizer cools. Only a few of us keep some of the comments that have keyword anchor text links. Use your name that you use on your profiles, and link out to your about page, and only add links in the form the fields provided. Do not add links into the body of your comments. If you have written your about page well, it will link out to many of your money pages. If you have written a truly good comment and if you are one of the first to comment on that post, the Do Follow Blogger will keep your link and you will see traffic directly from that comment for a long time to come.

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Has Tim Nash Let the Dogs Out on PDF’S and Search Engines?

Tim Nash has posted a great review on what he has found on PDF’s.


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I have used PDF’s for some time to get my sites indexed across multiple search engines. Today Tim Nash has let the world know his results and they are very interesting if you are creating content sites and wish to get your content indexed.

How long before we have a new company selling reviews in their PDF directory?

So let’s not waste anymore of your time, click on over to his blog and see his results on PDF’s.

Oh and while you are there be sure to subscribe to his RSS feed.

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Image is Something, But Message is Everything

Do you like to post one article at a time or blast out many related posts to get the excitement going?


Yesterday I made my first post to Collective-Thoughts.com about how “Social Media Marketing is Similar to a Fishing Tournament.”

Today I would like your opinion on what type of bait you would use to gain an edge in the social media sites?

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As an example, a type of bait to catch snapper is using whole fresh sardines. But to really drive them up from the deep and get them in the mood for a feeding frenzy, we chop up frozen sardines and toss them out as chum. This creates more of a shotgun approach to attract many to the surface rather than just hoping one or two may swim by and gobble up my bait. The chum has two effects, one is the smell gets them in the mood to eat, the second is the excitement created as other fish as they try to compete with each other to eat what is left.

Let’s look at this from a social media marketers point of view. You can write one post about your niche topic once a week and post to your blog. That is the one bait at a time philosophy. It works but do you really want to wait for the results to come to you?

I would rather look at creating a master post about my niche product or service that is the lead post, then group several follow up posts across many other locations that relate to my master post. This will bring both backlinks to your main post for the search engine spiders to find and also drive traffic from other resources like RSS feed readers as well.

This post is an example of my chum created to drive interest to my post at Collective Thoughts. The post there is my induction post and I would like that one to be noticed by as many people as possible. As I was writing this Brian sent me a message that my post was also picked up at Search Engine Land too!

I will be posting more follow up posts across a network of blogs over the following week. If you have a bait that you use for social media marketing, post it in the comments either at Colletive-Thoughts.com or in the section below.

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