Comment on Highly Ranked Posts

By Daniel Scocco

Leaving (meaningful) comments on other blogs is a well known tactic for acquiring traffic and readers. Apart from picking a handful of blogs that are on your same niche, however, is there anything else you can do?

Sure. One alternative method is to research for specific posts that are ranked high in Google for your related keywords, and leave comments there.

Suppose you write extensively about “web design software,” ”logo design” and “futuristic design.” All you need to do is search in Google these terms and filter all the blog posts that appear among the first results. Once you have that list, just visit each one and leave a comment.

Ideally you want to add some value to the discussion, show your expertise and link to one of your own posts where you covered the issue in depth.

The logic is quite simple, these high ranked posts are probably getting many visitors from search engines (called organic traffic). These visitors are, in turn, looking for some specific information, and if they happen to see your comment and find it interesting, there is a high chance that they will follow the link to your site to find what other information you have there.



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48 Responses to “Comment on Highly Ranked Posts”

  • medyum

    I originally started doing this when I set up my blog back in 2004, but didn’t understand how it helped me. Now that I understand, I don’t do it as much as I should, Thanks for the reminder.

  • Canvas Art

    Thank you so much for sharing such a great post. I have learned many things from it.

  • canvas prints

    Great advice. We do it all the time and we have done it here.

  • Sheryl

    Just make sure you have a good provider to handle all of that traffic.

  • SEO Genius

    Great idea, i am going to go and do this right away 🙂
    Thanks.

  • Houston

    Listen. Do not have an opinion while you listen because frankly, your opinion doesn?t hold much water outside of Your Universe. Just listen. Listen until their brain has been twisted like a dripping towel and what they have to say is all over the floor.

  • Jeremy Steele

    Indeed Martin, indeed.

  • Martin

    The post above mine is a perfect example why I loathe this kind of behavior. It shouldn’t be encouraged. But I can’t say that I haven’t tried it myself from time to time. You have to really mask it to be successful and not ‘get caught’.

  • Maher Saleh

    Thanks for the tips mate i didn’t know how to drive traffic by commenting but now i do know thanks allot

  • CrAzY-MaST

    This strategy is very helpful, i know .
    I usually uses it, and it helps for my traffic

  • mriza

    Nice tips, i’ll try it here, i think this site have a nice PR. Thanks for the tips.

  • Kelaman

    God I wish I had seen this site alot earlier. The tips on here are great.

    A link here is now set in stone on my site!

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