The Best Kept Secret to Get Comments on Other Blogs Approved

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Kaushal Gandhi
Kaushal Gandhi is Director at Aaris Internet Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Aaris is SEO company in India. Kaushal has conceptualized SEO Traingulation Method to get desired ranking. In addition, he is also a passionate blogger and writes on diverse topics such as Search Engine Optimization, PPC Management and Social Media.
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You can get your own content published on this site as long as you have CommentLuv installed on your site.

Doing so means you get exposure to thousands and thousands of other CommentLuv users and your posts get sent out to the massive subscriber list.

Google loves this site and indexes it multiple times per day and posts always get lots of comments so you can be sure of some excellent exposure.

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Commenting is a great way to get noticed and can help improve your own blog traffic. It doesn’t cost money and is easy, which makes it too attractive to ignore. But given the numerous comments that some high traffic blogs receive, do your comments have that something special? Blog commenting seems to be gradually becoming a fine art and here are some tips to help you hone your skills.

Structure your comments: Just as you structure your blog, apply the same rules when commenting. Creating lists/bullet-points, highlighting in bold, use of quotes etc., makes your comment reader-friendly and the readers in a quick glance get an idea of what you’re conveying.

Mention the blogger’s name: This reflects your penchant for details.  Also, it may just be THE thing that rescues your comment from the spam folder, if it lands up there.

Long comments indicate insight: Some times the sheer length of your comment can capture the attention of readers and bloggers.  But readers cannot be tricked for long.  Ensure that your long comment does indeed provide deeper insights, opinions and makes for qualitative reading – rather than just being a gimmick to attract attention!

Focus on the first comment: Some high traffic blogs

receive numerous comments. Your strategy should therefore be to reply the first comment (the next, if there’s nothing relevant in the first). In doing so, your comment will be equally visible to readers as the first.

Start dialogue threads and opt for reply notifications: Strike a conversation with a commenter, ideally the first one. Readers are more likely to skim through a thread and may also join in to share their own views. If you are able to control the dialogue, you can expect to draw traffic to your site. Secondly choose to receive notifications of follow-up comments. This is a cool way to connect with your host blogger and other readers.

Ping it on: When your content is updated, pinging notifies your server, which then notifies different pinging services. This results in search engine bots coming to check what’s new. Ping your new posts using services like and, or choose from many others which available. Pinging ensures that the bots react much sooner to your new content, thus locating your link and crediting it to your site.

Lastly, instead of using the URL of your blog, you could also try using your Twitter or Facebook link. Commenting is a great strategy to expand your network and drive traffic to your site too.  All the same do remember the above tips can only help you enhance the value of a “˜quality’ comment made by you.  Any less of it, and there’s bound to be no takers.