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Old 12-05-2009, 07:13 AM
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The funny thing about blogs is that they are a social thing. When you take the time to visit someone's blog and post an appropriate comment the favor is most often returned and almost expected. When you get involved in other's blogs by posting comments you are building relationships and trust, and in turn gaining more traffic.

Unfortunately, with all the comment spam going on, many bloggers become wary. If you commonly leave legitimate comments on other people's blog, these pointers will help you stay on the good side of the blogs you visit.

Don't slap your affiliate links in the comments. a blog is not the place to post affiliate links., Affiliate links are not acceptable This one single action will get you in the black books of many a blogger when you could build bridges instead.

Stick to the topic. Don't try to slip in some spam. If it's a business blog and your recommendation is not business oriented, recommending it makes you look like you're trying to spam. If you have something to raise that's relevant but not exactly on the same topic, a better way may be for you to blog about it and posting a trackback instead.

Remember the saying “If you don't have anything nice to say don't say anything at all”? It applies to blogs too. You don't have to be in agreement with everything any blog owner posts but you can find ways to express your opinion, or difference of opinion, without being rude or unfriendly. Don't' turn anything into an attack, it

just makes you look immature in the readers eyes. Remember the saying, when you point at someone, you've got three fingers pointing back at you.

cUse the website link and don't be greedy. Many blogs have a field for you to type in your URL. The blog system will usually use this URL to hyperlink your name to your site. Most people use it but some, don't and choose to post their links in the comments instead. Others load their URL in every place they can find making it look like – you guessed it, spam and into the trash it'll go.

Your comment sounds too much like spam. See points above. Say something intelligent that contributes to the conversation. If you agree or disagree, tell them why. If you've had experience with the topic, share it.

someone's blog is not the place to post it., Don't think that since you can comment on other's blogs that it's ok to use it as a customer complaint department., A company or personal blog is not meant to be used for you to post when you have a problem. Rant if you must, but don't turn it into a 10 page hate mail to the company you purchased the product from. Do it on your blog and send the blogger a trackback if available.

Just be sure to use common sense and all these things will work out. You wouldn't go into someone's house and be rude to them so think of a blog as their home and don't do anything that wouldn't be appropriate when visiting. Posting comments to blogs really is a great way to gain exposure, trust and a good reputation if you approach it with the right attitude.

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