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Blog Commenting For Leads – How to Get More

Blog Commenting For Leads – An Easy Free Way to Do It

 

Here is a simple way to gain more credibility, plus traffic and leads for your blog.

It’s called blog commenting, and it works a treat.  I’m about to start a blog commenting campaign for this site after getting really good results on my other site, Persuasion Pursuit.

If you’ve heard the term blog commenting before you probably think the reason to do it is for link building purposes.  That is, if you comment on someone else’s blog, you get a backlink in return.  The reason people do this is to help their Google rankings – the more quality backlinks, the better.

But in 2015, the game has changed.  SEO is not as important as it used to be.  Frankly, you can gain a better outcome by focussing more on blog networking than SEO.

In fact, I wrote about my results and how I achieved them here: How to Use Blog Commenting to Gain Instant Credibility

I also recorded a short video which gives further validation to the strategy.  Take a look:

 

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If so what result have you had?

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About the Author Kim Willis

I've been an online marketer since 2006. During that time I've learned alot and made a full time living from month 1. I established this site to share my knowledge with you. Who knows - maybe you will change your life, just like I have.

  • Hey Kim. Hard to believe that bloggers can do all the work to get ranked in the top of their niche and then completely disappear after such a short time. You mention commitment as a possible cause but I also think their ignorance of or inability to generate blog engagement is the key issue.

  • Yes, you’re right Peter. Most don’t know about this strategy.

    But if they did know about it, I wonder how many would do it.

    Well if they read this post and others like it (including yours) they won’t have any excuses!