Do you do blog commenting for backlinks?
Do you want editorial backlinks? Can blog commenting help get them? How important are editorial backlinks in SEO? Let’s keep reading…
Blog commenting is an exciting blogging exercise right? I know you all agree with me. It’s been one of the ways to expand and grow your sphere of influence as a blogger.
There are of course a bunch of benefits but I’m not about to dwell on them. However, one of the reasons most people drop comments is to get backlinks.
They focus on backlinks from the comment area on blogs using the traditional WordPress commenting system. Some go looking for CommentLuv enabled blogs just to drop comments and grab some backlinks.
One fatal SEO (Search engine optimization) mistake we make is building backlinks and moving forward without looking back to clean up.
Not all the links pointing to your blog will add to your search ranking. Some are toxic and that’s what we want to deal with in this post.
But what is a toxic or dangerous backlinks ?
At the moment of writing, there is no universal definition of a toxic backlink. However, this generally refers to links from private blog networks, websites that violate Google’s guidelines, or sites with major security flaws.
Trust me SEO is easy!
No. Search Engine Optimization is hard.
What am I even saying ? You got me confused 😉
The real thing is “SEO is easy” but you are making it hard. You are the reason your SEO is difficult. Just give me a few minutes to explain. I will also show you how to start ranking and celebrating search traffic.
Very quickly, the best source of traffic I have had is search engine. I have experimented with Email list traffic, social media traffic, referral traffic, etc.
And please note I’m talking about free traffic and SEO is the king when it comes to:
SEO is a complex process. There are an almost endless number of techniques, strategies and theories related to it.
Plenty of online real estate has been devoted to explaining and discussing them. Most people don’t have the time to read all that.
So I decided to put together this bite-sized guide. We’re going to cover ten top tips for improving SEO performance. These are strategies that we implement at Accelerate Agency, a company that I co-founded. If you’re interested in improving your results, without the costs associated with SEO, this guide will be for you.
The guide will provide a brief explanation of each tip so you should end up with plenty of great ideas for driving more traffic to your blog or vaulting your pages up SERPs.
There are a couple of Semantic SEO tools popping up with constant changes in the search industry.
Google and other search engines are now trying to understand topics, not just individual keywords in content. That’s what Semantic Search is all about.
Some search engine optimization tools that can help with this are TextOptimizer and
I recently wrote a post here at EnstineMuki.com about beginner internal linking hacks; those that most people know about, but still don’t do. Be sure to read it someday, as it’ll bring your whole SEO (not just links and link juice) to a new level, I promise.
But here, now, I want to talk a bit about advanced internal linking tactics. I say “advanced” because that’s what they are.
Not because they’re hard to implement; but because they involve a bit of thinking and a lot of knowledge on how Google and other search engines rank websites, (especially in regards to links and equity flow).