Finding active blogs where people have contributed actively and the page itself has no spam comments is the place to comment.
It kind of depending on why you are "doing" the comments. No one appreciates spam links in their comments.
Yeah it depends but as an SEO point of view i would prefer to go for the Do-follow links first whether in blog spot or WordPress. What are your thoughts on how we can best avail the link value?
by Leni Sands 8 years ago
Where is the best place for the comments box?Is it directly after your piece of writing or after you've added all your links?
by Liam Hallam 7 years ago
Do you spend time linking from blogs to your hubs?Does this work to bring in traffic?Will this potentially help with SEO?Does it work / not work for you if you've tried it?Seems to me like a relatively easy way to get relevant links to your subdomain from specific sites and to you hubs but maybe...
by DasEngel 3 years ago
So, quite recently some hubbers declared that they might venture out to create their independent, 100% 'all cash goes to the author's pocket' blogs using Blogger or WordPress. I just figured out, after checking some blogs on both those platforms, that they might face one little problem, it's...
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
I have tried all the old tips here for improving hubs and recently I have also tweaked all the idled ones, I have deleted a lot and moved a lot more elsewhere...and I have tried waiting, and after all this my earnings are the worst they have ever been! I was actually doing better before I...
by sanded28 4 years ago
Is commenting on other blogs still a relevant technique for link building?After the recent Google algorithm changes, is blog commenting still relevant for link building and SEO. If yes, what specific tips should I follow in order to get the most out of it?
by StevenDiggsJr 7 years ago
Is having a large group of well-developed hubs better than running a blog? I have a blog that I am trying to make be the be a great place, but I am having trouble gaining viewers. I am not sure what I should do?The one thing that I like about HP is that the pages can have a lot of info, including...
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