Blog Commenting Services

Searching for high page rank blogs to place comments is one way to increase traffic. It’s a method that SEO blogs always mention. Instead of doing it alone by visiting from blog to blog giving out comments one by one, why not just hire somebody to do the hard work. Well, if somebody paying then definitely there will be somebody willing to do the work. DeveloperHut is the one site that I found offering blog commenting service. The site is charging $9.60 for 40 blog comments, $19.19 for 80 blog comments and $38.38 for 160 blog comments.

According to the site, blog comments purchased are said to be written by people trained in creating high quality blog comments. Well, I think a good comment comes after reading the post. Going around blogs placing comments solely for the backlinks and traffic might not be a good idea. To me this method looks just like spam mail. The comments placed don’t carry the voice of a person. It has nothing to do with the post. It’s just a few words with the intention of getting backlinks and traffic. It’s annoying to receive comments that have nothing to do with what you written. We can use Akismet to block and filter spam comments but still some slips true.

We give comments because we have something to say about the post. It actually carries a lot of things rather than just trying to get backlinks or traffic. The comments we place is our opinion and that reflects who we are. A meaningful comment will attract people the interest to get to know you better. Thus people will visit your blog to find out who you are. Another point that I look at comments is that it is an alternative way to post at high page rank blogs. Not everybody get a chance to write a post at high page rank blog. Instead everybody has the opportunities to comment on their blog. It’s the same thing as If you can’t rank first page in Google search engine, second page is fine too. A practice of writing good comments according to the post can eventually attract readers to your blog.

Using this commenting service might hurt your reputation online. Bloggers might blacklist your name as spam. If you really want to try it out, use an alternative name. Also it might not be a good idea to link it to blogs that you put up few years building it. Perhaps try it out on a new blog. If it works, then you can get yourself another blog that draws some income.

P/S: Seriously, I don’t encourage using this commenting service at all. It creates junk to other bloggers. But…

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10 Responses to “Blog Commenting Services”

  1. ed hardy says:

    This is the only service which I came to know who is doing it publicly. There are many individual who are providing such services on popular webmaster forums.

  2. Jeet says:

    BTW, you have just given them a dofollow link. I wouldn’t want someone to use my name for blog commenting, if I ever go to hire a freelancer, I will make them use their own name.

    I don’t think anyone can be an ‘expert’ in blog comments, I visit lots of freelance, seo and internet marketing blogs, I wouldn’t be able to comment on finance blogs or health blogs. It’s foolish to say someone can write good and useful comments on any kind of blogs.

  3. Apple pie filling says:

    As long as the comments are on-topic, I don’t see a huge problem with it. Yeah, if they’re just a sentence or two (see some of the comments above, lol) and off-topic or have really bad grammar. But those kinds of comments usually don’t get through moderation anyway.

    A well-thought-out comment can actually be beneficial–it creates additional useful content for the blog owner with the cost of one or two links. And there’s no way anybody will blacklist your URI for that.

    So I’d check out what kind of comments anybody like this writes and use that to judge whether or not they’re worthwhile. 😉

  4. Kumo says:

    Forgot about the dofollow. Thanks for reminding. I think those of you that have a lot of comments to filter daily might might not like the idea of comment service. That includes me.

  5. art brighton says:

    how odd that people would pay for this. and how do you become an expert in commenting. it is a bit like becoming an expert in conversation, surely anyone with a post16 education can manage it?

  6. Kumo says:

    Agreed on that.

  7. Chris says:

    Buying blog comments for 40 cents just seems like you are likely going to be disappointed. The links will likely be nofollow on PR na or 0 sites. I’d rather know I’m getting a few high ranking dofollow PR backlinks for a few bucks each.

    In the end I just have decided to do my own backlinking work since I’m a control freak.

  8. Kumo says:

    The question is “what’s the effect of doing so?”. I’m pretty sure that I don’t want to categorize as SPAM.

  9. Blown insulation says:

    I’m looking for program to allow comments and trackbacks on my website/blog entries. The only program I’ve found so far is HaloScan (HaloScan.com) are there any competators or better products than this system? Thanks!

  10. Kumo says:

    Not sure for that but I think you can check out wordpress plugin as it might have the features you wanted.