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Is it okay to leave a link to your blog when you comment on someone's blog or social site?
Is it considered good social networking to add a link to your comments on others blogs?
Typically NO! This would generally be considered self-promotion. If your comment is interesting enough, the writer will often click on your comment and track back to your site and investigate you and your works on their own.
Many sites do not even allow links to be placed in comment space.
I'd say it mainly depends on if your comment is relevant to the subject matter of their blog. I recently started my own sites and I get dozens of comments that are not relevant but include a link to the commenter's site. So, I conclude it's spam. But it seems legitimate to include a link, as in a signature, to your blog when your comment is genuinely relevant to the blog post you're commenting on.
Yes, it seems to me it would be okay, as long as your link is genuinely relevant and provides useful additional information. Many people commenting on blogs include links that provide more in-depth information. Sometimes that link could be to your own work.
To me - and aside from other reasons given here - it's not OKAY. It's very transparent when someone makes that effort to try to make the comment and link relevant while their real motive is self-promotion. To me, links in comments sections are obviously not links the writer, or even an advertiser, put in; so - again, to me - they kind of "scream", "not relevant" even if whoever places them there has deemed them to be.
by Laura Izett7 years ago
Do you accept or deny comments that leave a link to someone's website?I don't mind people leaving a link to one of their hubs but I don't know about people leaving a link to their own website.
by BaliMermaid7 years ago
If a visitor to any given hub makes a comment I believe that's a good thing. But what if that visitor leaves a link, usually embedded into their name, to another website or another hub. Thsi has happened a lot and...
by Cindy Lawson7 years ago
I am not looking to name names here as this happens quite a lot on Hubpages, but can someone please clarify whether or not it is against the rules for a Hubber to come to your hub, leave a comment and then include a...
by Michele Kelsey5 years ago
Do you have to ask permission to use someone's hub?If you find someone's hub very relevant to what you are writing about, do you need to ask their permission before posting a link to their hub?
by Karen R5 years ago
Do you think it's okay to link to your Hubs from others?Is it okay to leave a link in the comments of someone else Hub if it is a relevant topic and you ARE leaving a real comment?
by Cat4 years ago
If you don't like someone's hub are you apt to let them know?Whether it's a hubber you're following or a hub you randomly came across and you don't like it, but there is nothing offensive about the hub; are you...
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