Yeah I like free dealings. And it was time to blow off some steam now so I’ve been goofing around going from drawing card blog to drawing card blog and commenting like crazy.
You know… I’m elysian too. Reading all of the extremely hierarchical blogs I could find on my topic is always a really superior way to get back into the swing of things when I get into a rut. And yes, I get into ruts too. I just hate to stay in them!
So I went to my favorite drawing cardship blogs and left my mark. My comment and my backlink.
That’s where this clause comes in – I think new people quest free dealings this way (and remember that this is not ALL there is to it) need to a little checklist for going away a comment/backlink. It’s sure as shootin not tough. But the lingo throws people off so I’m going to send some clarification your way.
Leaving a Blog Comment / Backlink For Free Traffic:
First, head over to the blog where you want to read and comment.
Next, click on the headline of the post so you are look the post itself – not the home page of the blog.
Now read the clause. Yep. That’s an important step! Don’t just comment – leave something for soul else to read too! Human readers are free dealings if your comment is decent. So read first.
Now look around for a place that says “leave a comment” or “view comments”. Click on the link if that’s how you have to get to the comment area.
Put in your name in the name slot.
Enter your email in the email slot.
Enter your backlink in the website slot!
Yes. That’s it. Submit your comment and your backlink is sent on with it.
Here’s what NOT to do:
Do not leave a comment that looks like an advert for you. I.E., Do not enter your number or website address inside the body of your comment. Just stick to filling in the slots and let the machine (the blog your commenting on) do the work for you.
Do not leave a comment that altogether ignores the topic of the clause you’re commenting on. Make sure you have something intelligent to say about the topic at hand. Again, read the clause first. If you’re elysian by it say so. If you have a question, ask it.
Do not enter a comment that looks something like this:
“Thanks for that (so and so). I’m building a business that offers a great health product and I teach net marketing. You should come and check it out!”
Major no no. You’re not making a strong contact if you do that. Plus, you’re rather destroying your reputation with stunts like that. So keep one’s eyes off from it and just stick to intelligent conversation. This is social media and it’s all about being social – not gross revenue pitchy.
I hope that clears it up for the new blog commenting marketers out there! Remember to choose to highest hierarchical blogs to read and comment on – it’ll give you more free dealings for your effort.
Always remember to be quest for a phone call at some point. Make a real connection. You ne’er know what amazing things can blossom from free dealings from a real blog comment. Build up your mastermind!
I’ll see you at the top!