The Do’s And Don’ts of Blog Commenting [Infographic]

comments-blogging-1Getting Blog Commenting 
Right – Without Screwing Up!

Building your reputation, addressing items of concern in the post, engaging with new people, meeting an influential blogger, and building your own knowledge are just a few of the reasons you may comment on a blog. 

However, many people don’t realize that there is a RIGHT way and a WRONG way to go about doing blog commenting. 

Here’s some tips to help you improve your results!

 infographic by Intersection Consulting

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In addition to those things, it’s important to remember that when operating as an agency and on behalf of a client, it’s possible to get into murky water really fast!

See this other infographic by Intersection Consulting

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Commenting on blogs serves a large number of purposes including expanding reach, meeting new people and building backlinks.  Keep in mind, if you’re using it to build links, that not all links are created equal and blog links are not worth the same value as editorial links

Do you comment on blogs as part of your social endeavors?

~ Kim ~
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26 Comments on "The Do’s And Don’ts of Blog Commenting [Infographic]"


Guest
1 year 4 months ago

thanks for sharing this great info graph here.. now i get my answers what i m looking for.. :)

Guest
1 year 4 months ago

I actually just wrote a post on the benefits of blog commenting meself!

I hope I don’t come across as a link spammer, but here’s the link: http://jrjwrites.com/blog-commenting-benefits/

Giving advice in the blog comments is the best advice I could give to a would-be commentator. Share something new, and people are bound to take notice.

Regards,
JR John

Guest
1 year 4 months ago

Well said Kim. While these are all terrific points, sometimes I see people overlook the most basic things. For example setting up a personal avatar. It always surprises me to see a blogger that I know leave a comment without any visual branding. It’s free and takes just a couple of minutes at Gravatar.

Guest
1 year 4 months ago

Hey Kim,

Nice points, Blog commenting certainly a nice way to build links for your website but you should ensure that you’re giving proper value to the blog while leaving your comments. Otherwise you won’t be able to publish your comments. And please make sure you only leave comment when you’ve something useful to add or else you’ll end with spammy comment.

Guest
1 year 4 months ago

This infographic reminds me of a conversation I had with my husband the other day – he thought it was great because he got this big comment from google! I said how could you get a proper comment from them. Anyway, I checked out the comment and you know what it was LOL! These days, some of the spammers are leaving much better comments than they used to – but it’s still obvious where it’s coming from.