In an effort to further expand the backlinks to my hubs, I've decided to explore the blog commenting option since it seems to be a much more quality backlink as opposed to just bookmarking a hub at 52 different sites.
I'm not even sure how to word this, but does anyone have any tips for finding decent PR, niche specific blog sites that allow comments w/backlinks to hubs?
Thanks in advance!
Comment Kahuna software is supposed to be good. However, Google threaten that they will downgrade your online reputation and hubpages doesnt like automation commenting. I remember that they would consider a ban for this and I think it also goes against tos for adsense (I think??!) Anyway self serving automation might lead to trouble. Having said that, this software is used a lot from a few here at Hubpages. I dont - I may add - and I havent heard of others getting their fingers burned, so to speak.
Thanks for the info!
I wasn't really looking for any type of automated service as I too find that to be "cheating the system" and prefer to enter comments manually...for better quality.
I was more looking for a way to find good blog sites that are niche related that I could comment in with a backlink to a hub...or other website etc...
...without using any type of automated help.
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