Blog Commenting Guide 2024 – Step by Step Guide And Tutorial

Today, I’m going to discuss something different, ‘A step by step guide to Blog commenting‘. This article will not only helps you in generating more traffic, helping in SEO but it will also help you in branding, networking and establishing yourself.

How to Start Blog Commenting in 2024

Blog commenting is a topic that you stumble upon at some point if you’re a blogger because you might have to give your point of view on that. It’s an interesting discussion topic because some bloggers believe in blog commenting and others simply turn off comments on their blogs. Although you’ll find the majority of bloggers in the favour of blog comments.

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What is blog commenting?

So, if you’re new to the blogosphere and don’t know much about blog commenting, then let me tell you about it. Whenever you read a blog post, you’d find a bunch of comments underneath the blog post. The majority of the blogs keep their comments section active to allow people to respond to their content.

Readers give their opinions and feedback once they read the content. It’s not as simple as it looks. The reason is that people use it for the wrong reasons. For example, there is a URL section along with the commenters name so many bloggers just leave a brief comment on someone else’s blog to put their link on others’ blogs. They think that they could get the SEO juice, which is a search engine optimization term for getting the benefit out of linking to our blog or website. The reality is that now most of the blogging platforms don’t tolerate such practices. In fact, WordPress has made comments section’s URL part automatically no-follow, which means the commenter’s URL in the comments doesn’t get the SEO juice.

How to Start Blog Commenting in 2024

But let’s come back to the commenting. I believe in commenting if done right. It means that if you’re commenting for the right reasons, there is no problem with it. You’ll learn the best way to comment in the further steps of this blog post.

Most of the bloggers are well aware that the blog commenting is one of the essentials of blogging. Bloggers try to adopt different engagement strategies. They join social media groups to interact, connect on various platforms, join each others’ newsletter, get together on meetups, and hence, they try to involve and build a relationship with each other.

Relation of Blog Commenting and SEO

We all know that Search Engines are now focusing more and more on User experience, branding, integration, generating engagement and building relations with the audience and thats what blog commenting really do because The blog commenting is a process in which readers leave their opinion or feedback to the author’s point of view underneath the article. With the advent of social media, internet marketing, and blogging on the internet, some so-called strategies were also popped up. Back in the days, everyone was serious about blackhat SEO techniques which are quite scary now and the core purpose of blackhat strategies was to rank the sites in any way possible. Bloggers and webmasters used to inject, buy, barter links just to improve their sites ranking which is quite unethical now and search engines give a hard time to those sites these days.

Let’s say, the more we’re progressing, the harder it is becoming to rely on those blackhat strategies.

Now blog commenting is an on-going debate even if the links generated are ‘NO-Follow’ but in my opinion it’s still have a strong SEO value, anyway  you will find arguments of either side. There are people who think blog commenting is essential and there is a certain group of people around the globe that think blog commenting spoils time and no longer an efficient way to build relations and improve rankings. They put their arguments based on the facts that people try to misuse the blog commenting system.

A few weeks back, Michael Stelzner of Social Media Examiner podcast interviewed Brian Clark and Michael Hyatt. They described their way back to the blog comments. Both bloggers and online marketing experts have turned their comments back on. (Episode link)

Therefore, I’ll be discussing the whole concept in details and try to mention the pros and cons of it, so that it becomes easier to understand the process and you become able to judge the blog commenting system.


Before we go deeper into this, there are certain things I would like you to know  about blog commenting. You might be thinking to start getting active in blog commenting or you may be interested to know more about it for your blog, if so, then you should not be missing the next part.

3 Elements of Blog Commenting

Blog commenting is an important part of the blogging journey. One can’t get past it without understanding and implement the wrong way. Take a look at three elements of blog commenting that will help you get started efficiently in blog commenting:

The Value Attached to a Comment

It means how valuable insights you share in your comment. Of course, it’s a comment, not a blog post that you extend or make it look like an article. But try to give something away in your comment. Whether you add up your opinion or share something help that helps everyone around there. No never know who reads your comment and you might get a new subscriber on your blog or you may end up getting a client from someone else’ blog.

The Size of a Comment

Comments like “Great Post” or “Nice Article” never work for anyone. It clearly shows that you just want to leave your link with a  comment and nothing else. Sometimes, in fact, it seems you never read that article and just left the comment for the sake of commenting. So, yes, the size does matter in your comment. It doesn’t mean your comment should be based on 1000 words. Make sure it is concise and clear. Don’t go for so long comments, it makes readers boring. Your comment probably seems okay if it is under 150 words (more or less).

The Purpose of the Comment

This is extremely important to know. What’s the purpose of your comment? Do you want to add value or something great in the article? Beware, because your comment does show the purpose of its posting, meaning, if you leave a comment just for the sake of commenting, it will reveal it as it might not be according to the context and it may not be making any sense. So, once you read the article and develop an understanding from the author’s standpoint, then comment underneath that article with your assessment. The purpose should be engagement and appreciation. Sometimes, you may disagree with the article, then you should take care of the moral grounds and leave your opinion in the comments section gently.

Pros and Cons of Blog Commenting

pros and cons of blog commenting

It’s quite necessary to discuss the pros and cons of blog commenting. It will help you understand the point of view of either side:

Pros of Blog Commenting

  • You will be able to generate more backlinks
  • You will be able to generate more traffic from referrals and obviously from search engines.
  • Search Engines will give you more authority. (I know it’s debatable but i believe it’s true.)
  • You build relations with the fellow bloggers
  • Your face gets recognition with blog commenting
  • You get a chance to leave your name, url, and opinion on someone else’s blog
  • Can meet newer audience on someone else’s blog
  • Can use your knowledge and skills to attract the new readers
  • The recipient blogger feels privileged when you comment on his/her blog
  • It shows that you understood the point and have something to say about it
  • It encourages your ideation process when you get used to of responding to others’ content

Cons of Blog Commenting

  • It could become fishy if your every comment on everyone’s blog is an admiration.
  • If your comment doesn’t sound useful, it appears spam in some cases
  • You can’t properly comment on someone’s article without completely reading it
  • It takes a lot of time to read the content just to comment
  • Commenting itself takes time if you have to comment on two to three blogs every day

So far, we’ve seen that blog commenting is a process of engagement. Once you start misusing it, it becomes really negative and if you use otherwise, it can be healthy not only for your blog’s growth but also for your online brand.

What should be the method to leave a good comment?
How to actually comment on someone else’ blog?
What makes a comment better than the rest?

Looking for the answers?

No worries…

Keep reading…

5 Ways to do Better Blog Commenting that not only helps you with SEO but also with branding yourself.

blog commenting

Here are some ways to improve your blog commenting:

1. Subscribe to Your Favourite Blogs

Subscribing to your favourite blogs is a common thing. People do it all the time, then why is it something that I’m telling you? I meant, subscribe to your favourite blogs to comment on a separate email address dedicated to commenting. On that email address, you don’t receive any other newsletter or blog update from a blog other than the ones you chose to comment on.

Imagine, you have a separate email ID where you receive 10 to 15 blog updates a week and you get  a chance of commenting on those blogs on a weekly basis. If you read 10 articles a week, meaning, you can leave 10 comments every week on some industry’s favorite blogs.

The point is, leaving dozens of comments a day isn’t the goal. The quality beats quantity here. Once you start leaving comments on every blog you come across, meaning, you will be leaving comments on every new, old, penalized, or badly written blog out there, and guess what, you’re admiring everyone, that’s not going to work. Just comment on blog posts you read, understand, and have something to add on to.

For instance, if you’re a blogger of blogging niche, you can follow these blogs:

Or If you are into SEO or Digital Marketing, you can follow these blogs :

2. Besides Commenting, Share Article on Social Media as well

social media platforms

Sharing someone else’s article is always beneficial. You get to make a better connection with the author. They feel happy that you shared their content. In fact, if you leave a comment next time, they are likely to pay more attention than the commenters who didn’t share their content.

The ultimate game here is BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS, whether you mention someone’s related article to yours or you share someone else’s content, in either way, you get a chance to get one step closer to the creator.

When you share someone else’s content on social media, your followers find something new. It’s like a restaurant offers a new dish in the menu and regular customers get excited to try it.

There are certain things that a commenter expect in return of a comment:

A) A Reply from the Author:

When someone leaves a valuable comment saying nice things about your point of view and written piece, you owe him a reply.

B) Face Recognition:

When a commenter spends a few minutes in writing a nice and helpful comment under the great content, that person would be happy to see his name and face over there forever. It might earn him some respect as well as recognition.

C) Personal Brand Positioning:

Have you ever seen someone’s comment on your blog? It must have a gravatar, name, and URL attached to it. It’s all because if someone want to leave a valuable piece of insight to someone else’s blog, he would at least demand to put his name, URL, and picture up there. There shouldn’t be any problem in that.

Triberr is the best tool for this purpose. You can connect with other creators and bloggers. You can easily share others’ content through Triberr and obviously you get a chance to visit friends’ blog posts to comment on them.

3. Make Commenting Easy for Readers

Making commenting easier to do means that blog commenting should be made easy for the audience to comment. Sometimes it’s some kind of captcha that becomes irritating to solve or sometimes the blog interface that discourages people from commenting on it.

Copyblogger opens comments on seven days on every article. This is something for the engagement purpose. They might also want to fight the spam. There are, of course, some perks of that, people know that there will be seven days to comment on this article, so they have to do right as soon as possible. If there are no limits on this, people might procrastinate while commenting and keep on delaying it.

But I believe it somehow decreases the ease for the audience. It could be better from a management point of view, but here I’m thinking directly as a reader (customer) as well as a blogger. 

Wasn’t it so attractive when CommentLuv brought a new concept of adding your last posted article link on your blog attached to your comment?

4. Fighting the Spam

fighting the spam

It’s extremely important to eliminate the spam comments. Without a complete plan in place, you can’t beat spam commenting. In order to get started, you should enable Akismet plugin for spam analysis and control.

Because your comments database keeps on getting full by those spam comments, you might stop looking at the comments which will be disastrous for your blog. In fact, I would recommend WP-Optimize plugin for removing spam comments that get past Akismet filter. It also works on post revisions removal etc.

Did you know when Copyblogger opened the comment, they came with a stronger plan to combat the spam?

And, the seven days commenting period for each other blog post is part of that combat plan.

5. Reward the Commenters

If you want to go one step further with your blog commenting system, you can use some of the coolest tools available in WordPress plugins repository. Comments Leaderboard, for example, it highlights the commenters with most comments and kind of starts a competition between the commenters to rank higher than others. This plugin displays top commenters on the leaderboard.

rewarding the commentators

Similarly, Gratisfaction is another option for rewarding commenters on your blog. It comes with a full-fledged rewarding system for visitors, commenters, and viewers.

These strategies aren’t must-do for each and every blog, but yes, they might be a possibility.

Every strategy doesn’t work for every blog.

It’s up to you to decide what works for you and what doesn’t. Now move on to the main thing!

A Step by Step Guide to Blog Commenting

start blog commenting

Here are key steps to get started with blog commenting:

Step #1: Read the Blog Post Before Commenting

In order to do a comment that sounds good, you need to read the blog post you’re commenting on.

So Before you even start writing the comment, I’d highly recommend to read the content and try to understand the message.

Whether you agree with the tips, ideas, suggestions, and thoughts or not, you must try to come up with a positive and healthy comment rather than bashing someone. The first step is to read and understand the message of the article. Once you understand the point of view of the author, then you’d jump to the next step.

Without reading it, you won’t know the essence of that post and especially what the writer wants to say. So you might exposure yourself as I talked about commenters who leave comments for the sake of putting out their blog link on someone else’s blog. You might not want to do that so read the content thoroughly.

Some of the newbie bloggers are busy in this practice, they just come up, open the article, and leave a brief comment admiring the post. Their purpose seems very clear.

Probloggers consider it as a spam. You don’t want to be in the spammers list. So, make sure that you read out the whole blog post before leaving your comment. The benefit of reading the blog post would essentially be good because you would clearly know what author wanted to say and then you’ll be in a better position to respond to it. Less Dossey talked about this a few years back in this Google+ post. Now this will make sense. It legitimized my point.

Step #2: Try Giving Whatever is Missing

One of the benefits of reading the whole post before commenting on it is that you can add up something that is missing in the context of that post. Like i believe your comment should have some value on it, so what’s the value your comment is going to give? Does it going to add any value in the existing article? It is always considered an utter valuable thing to do when you agree to the author and add up something that adds value to the whole article.

Readers love it and the author does the same. If you are from South Asian bloggers community on the internet, you probably know Harleena Singh. She is famous for emphasizing on her comments. You’ll always find her comments detailed and in-depth.

It is something newbie bloggers should learn and follow. Her comments seem that she has read the post and want to leave her heartfelt views on it and that helps her not only in branding herself but in terms of SEO as well.

Clarify Your Narrative

Once you finish reading the article, you don’t have to instantly write a comment and hit the publish button. Take your time to think about what suits the best for your response. Then, come up with an outline of the comment. Don’t rush to write the comment; you must choose the positive tone and useful message that could help someone. Clarifying the narrative means think before you start writing and be clear what about what you want to say to the author.

Make Things Clearer, Not Fizzy

One of the problems you might see in the commenting section of your blog or others’ blogs is that some people arrive, they read your content, like it, and while leaving their comments, they either don’t pick the narrative of the article or they don’t have something amazing to add on to it, so they end up leaving some unclear comment which makes author confused too.

Sometimes, bloggers don’t respond to the comments they don’t understand that what the commenter wanted to say to them. So, always try to come up with a simple message and always try to explain your point in simple words. You know your message that you want to leave there, so just you and give it away with proper focus. No mixed thoughts, no double opinions on things.

Develop a Social Connection

It’s your reply that makes people feel confident and happy with your content. You need to develop a social connection with your readers and that will never happen by bashing on the commenters. Instead, try to guide them through your replies. Charlene Kingston wrote an amazing blog post about managing your comments on your blog.

Not only will it help in increasing your readers’ engagement, but it will also help you build a connection with your audience. When it comes to commenting and social connection, Disqus is quite a popular tool that major blogs use today for their main commenting system in WordPress sites. It provides you a chance to start building your profiles, fan following, and groups right on the same platform. Once you log in through your Disqus account, you can comment on any blog using Disqus commenting system.

Write the Comment

Writing a comment doesn’t have to be scary but you must know that your comment must be one of the best comments on that article. If you want to know what makes a comment better, then I’d say that always try to share your experience; it could help others.

When you selflessly help others on someone else’s blog, people would start to pay attention to you, which is a big deal. You don’t have to write something shady to bring people to your blog, just be helpful, people would notice you and want to know more about your stuff.

Don’t Comment for the SEO

Now, you’ve written the comment, and you have filled out the commenter information section in which you’re asked to fill out your information such as name, URL, and email address. A lot of bloggers try to trick the bloggers by putting their category or blog post URL, which isn’t cool. I have been some bloggers do that, and I didn’t like it. No matter how good your comment is, if you do stuff like this, it will affect your impression.

Also, people try to bluff others by adding the URL at the end of their comment, which looks spammy because there is a URL section to put your link there; just use that URL section for that. The point is that don’t comment for the SEO, but rather to build relationships.

Leave with a Promise

It’s  the strategy that extends your relation with the audience or even with the blog commenter. It means when you’re ending your commenting, you say something that sounds CONNECTING. Your last two or so lines could be for building a bond with the author.

build better relationships

If you’re a commenter, you can just say that “I really enjoyed your blog post and I’m looking forward to reading your next one” or you can say “I thoroughly enjoyed your piece and I’m definitely coming back soon to taste something new here”… Such statements leave a mark in the writer’s mind that he does like it and may come back. In fact, he may end up remembering your name or face. These things are tiny if you observe but they certainly leave a bigger impact than their size and yes they somehow motivate the writers too to keep on improving their writing quality. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Blog commenting helps in SEO?

Yes as mentioned above, blog commenting definitely helps in SEO. However, I have tried focusing on other factors and benefits which comes along doing it then SEO.

What factors need to keep in mind SEO Wise?

Make sure, the site doesn’t have much OBL [Out Bound Links] going from the page. The other factors which can be observed are DA/PA and site reputation.

How to Find Blog Commenting Site List?

Well I’m going to write a detailed review on this. If you have any opinion or suggestions, please do comment and help me in compiling the list.

Conclusion on Blog Commenting Guide

You might be blogging for quite some time or might have started recently so one of the things you must know that there is always a room for learning new things and getting better.

If you start to make money tomorrow, it doesn’t mean you don’t have to learn things that you don’t know yet in blogging.

As you read the blog post, you were in the good position to comment on that. As I said before, don’t ever comment without reading the blog post. It doesn’t make any sense. Even MOZ tells the same thing in this article in detail that commenting without reading the article could be really bad for your image because you don’t have an idea that what’s tune of the post and what’s expectation of the audience.

In fact, that MOZ article goes on hard on that and rather suggest to take your time to understand the community around that blog before commenting.

Try to come with a positive comment or at least appreciate the effort if you something to disagree.

Whatever it is, just clearly make your point. Clarity is important here.  The chances are, most of the commenters will be admiring the author’s effort.

If you’re not, you may be neglected by the others (and may be by the author too)… So, whatever you point of view is, you never mix things up, come with a clear conclusion.

Give something straight that everyone understands it.  You can even tell that you’re going to follow you (the author) on social media. (It will give him/her a feeling of appreciation)

Once you’re near closer, then add up a promise that you can keep. You can say that you’ll visit back.

Or Tell them that you’re going to subscribe to their blog.

It all helps.

The commenting doesn’t mean the ideal way of building backlinks now. You should be checking other SEO hacks for that. Consider blog commenting as a way of communication which can trigger solid social connections with many other fellow bloggers as well as potential customers.

Blog commenting is something a lot of bloggers don’t pay attention to, which is wrong. I’d like to point out that blog commenting is important and so is replying to the comments. You might have seen on my blog that I always reply to the commenters.

I tried to come up with a simple, yet helpful blog post that could help some bloggers out there. The steps I shared look very simple, but I learned that through years of experience in digital marketing and blogging. You can improve as a blogger or I’d say you could make your blog better by getting serious about blog commenting.

What else would you say to add something to this guide on blog commenting?

If this blog post helped you do let me know in the comments section.

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About the Author: Ali Raza

An Internet Entrepreneur who converts visitors into customers; A Google & Microsoft Advertising Professional with years of experience in Internet Marketing, Social Media and Blogging.


  1. This is something that is really more than awesome buddy! 🙂
    I really like it!
    Blog Commenting is really a great way to build links and very beneficial for SEO too.
    Thanks a loads buddy for sharing it with us! Wish you more power!!! 😉
    Abdul Samad

  2. A Perfect Guide for Newbies like me,Thanks for Sharing.The Most Important Strategy Which I Like is Creating Separate Email for Blog Commenting Blogs…Going to Implement it Now and More Importantly Will Share this Article for Sure !
    Thanks and Regards,
    Hasnain Abid Khanzada

  3. Dear Ali Raza,

    This post was awesome as ever 🙂

    It was much needed. The size of post also served its purpose. I was already following many of the tactics but certainly I found out some new things to follow from reading it. Especially the idea that how blog commenting can increase the readership of your own blog. I started to notice it after I started posting valuable comments not only on other blogs but also YT videos.

    Also a humble suggestion. I think proof reading your blog posts will enhance the user experience. 🙂

    Keep posting the good stuff!

  4. Finally got something really useful to read. I was searching for a long article which fully explains Blog Commenting and I think My search is finally over ! It will surely help me 😀

  5. In my opinion blog commenting works, it doesn’t matter if you get dofollow backlink or not 🙂 at-least you are interacting with other bloggers, that’s a main thing in 2016


  6. This is really useful. I got to know somwthing ahead of guest posting. I want to know if u know some more details regarding how this help in seo and help i generating leads ?.

    1. Sanchay, I discussed many aspects on how it can help you. As far as lead generation is concerned, if you are not into consumer buying cycle and the user conversion funnel process, chances are you won’t be able to get any success directly through blog commenting alone, unless you try to establish yourself as an authority first and then converting people, later on.

  7. Great points you made, thanks for the tips. I agree that leaving nice comments to other blogs is a way of getting other people to your own blog or website and it is also an easy way to learn about other people and know what they do thereby creating a business relationship. I love nice comments that relates to the topic of one’s writing or general good comments are great way to go.

  8. Blog commenting is the best way to get dofollow backlinks. This is really awesome guide you share with us. It’s really very helpful to us for getting better result.

    Thanks for sharing Ali Raza.

  9. Hey Ali! How are you? I hope you are doing good.
    I must say the things you have told about blog commenting are really useful.
    I myself has enabled Commentluv on my blog, to build strong relation with the bloggers worldwide.
    And believe me its showing the results.
    Thanks a lot for writing such an amazing post.

  10. Great points you made, thanks for the tips. I agree that leaving nice comments to other blogs is a way of getting other people to your own blog or website and it is also an easy way to learn about other people and know what they do thereby creating a business relationship. I love nice comments that relates to the topic of one’s writing or general good comments are great way to go.

  11. Blog commenting is one of the best methods to build up good quality links to your site, as long as you’re aware of what you’re doing. There are several factors you have to take into consideration before you link back on a blog. It’s of course good to know if the site is being penalized and if it’s relevant to what you’re trying to rank for.

  12. Hi, Ali Raza.
    I read your Post and felt I was missing something in my SEO implementations. I how you will keep writing for newbies like me and I will surely read your future posts.
    Newbies like me need suggestion from professionals like you, and there are very little who share their knowledge freely.
    Hats of to you and great work 🙂

  13. I was looking for a comprehensive guide on blog commenting on Google and came across this resource. Really nice points to help me kickstart my campaign. Thank you very much Ali Raza.

  14. HI, bro, I don’t know about SEO but just read about blog commenting yesterday on social media site so I asked her for learning about blog commenting and I like your blog.
    My question is, will it help me financially and how?

    Great Job.

    1. Thanks Qaisar, glad i was of any help to you.

      For growing financially, it will be too early to say anything. Do you want to do blog commenting job, want to include blog commenting in your seo strategy, visitors gaining strategy or looking to monetise it in another way?

      1. Thank you very very much for sharing these guidelines of backlink comments. Finally got something really useful to read. I think My search is finally over! It will surely help me.

  15. I came to your site while searching for blog comments.You have mentioned excellent points. I enjoyed reading the article with step by step instructions on how i can start blog commenting.

  16. You have explained this article in great detail and helpful tips are shared about blog commenting. Good work and keep it up.

  17. Assalamu Alaikum ya Ali Raza,

    Another epic one! On your Website. This is a comprehensive and helpful post concerning A Step By Step Guide To Blog Commenting. And guess what I’m going to do now? Just to confirm that I earned my place here, I’m going to Tweet the post – even though I’m late to the party.

  18. Howdy,

    An amazing article on your Website for blog commenting.

    This is really a considerable post – Clear enough and easy to follow on the topics of blog commenting.

  19. Good read especially for newbies. Blog comments are also helpful to build a personal link with author and it gives you benefit for long run.

  20. Aslamo Alikum Ali Bhai Such an amazing post on Blog Commenting
    I will follow these steps InshaaAllah 🙂
    Thanks for sharing a great post
    God Bless You!

  21. Its a complete guide on blog commenting. Thank you for sharing your great idea . I will follow your idea to make some quality blog commenting for my website

  22. I have a website i want to know many bloggers have their Blogger community forum for discussion. is it helpful ?

  23. Asalam-o-alaikuM, Ali bhai! 🙂

    You know that the blogger’s empire is only built through the blog comments.
    This tactic was rightly and wrongly used since the day one, and yet so powerful if consumed properly and efficiently.
    I love this! I love blog commenting and urge everyone to use it wisely to make good connections with the fellow bloggers AND get noticed into the blogosphere.
    Thanks for the great pieces of advice! 🙂
    ~ Adeel

    1. W.salam

      Indeed. If blog commenting is done right, it can do wonders even for SEO as well.

      A part from other marketing benefits and the key points you mentioned, it also helps in increasing traffic too.

      Glad you liked it.

  24. Well explained. But here i have one question. The question is that when we do a comment on someone blog we use a person name as an achor text. Are such types of backlinks with nofollow and person name valuable for ranking?

  25. Another legend in the industry of SEO. I have no questions regarding blog comments now.

    I’ll follow your instructions and hope I’ll get some good backlinks from there. Thanks

    1. How you do it matters. In general, yes blog commenting helps with brand awareness but the key point is how do you execute your strategy, thats make the whole difference.

  26. The post is absolutely fantastic! Lots of great information and inspiration both of which we all need! Also like to admire the time and effort you put into your blog.

  27. Hi, Ali Raza
    This is really most trending ideas to great post. Liked it very much thanks for the creative ideas. This is a great list and blog commenting I really liked this post as it is understandable and very informative, Thanks for an awesome post and good luck for future. Thank you so much.

  28. I have a question
    Should i follow these tricks tips or rules whatever you have told for gambling sites like jokerstash prizebond etc? Please answer

  29. Asad bhai how to comment on high DA PA websites blogs?
    Mean as a beginners what are the sites to do blog commenting with DA 50+ sites and they also helpful for seo?

    1. They are helpful for SEO. Goto Google and find sites relevant to your niche. Use a good tool or check Moz for the DA PA of each page. 🙂

  30. Very great blog on blog commenting. you shared such very good information. we all know that blog commenting will never get off in trending. still, many people use this technique for generating the backlink so we must use this. Thanx for sharing this article.

  31. Mr. Raja.

    I really like the way you have presented such important info in such a meaningful way. You style of writing reminds me of Neil Patel, who also writes very strategically. Thanks for this amazing content on blog commenting. Hope some newbies will understand the real meaning of blog commenting through this.

  32. Interesting post you have here, Ali! Thank you for breaking it down so well. You have shared valuable information about blog commenting in a very logical way. From start to finish, I can’t help but notice the professionalism and effort you have put into writing this blog. Indeed, these insights are timely and very useful. Cheers!

  33. Hi,
    Great stuff buddy.
    Great post, I have read this post here I got very useful information. This is a very useful article for online review readers. Keep it up such a nice posting like this. I started a Blog and Hopefully, it will be successful like you.
    Thanks for the share.
    Ranjeet Sharma

  34. very knowledgeable blog post. sir can we use anchor text for backlinking while commenting and just leave the URL field?

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