24 Blog Commenting Guidelines.

As a professional blogger who is well versed with the blogging world, I have been approached by many businesses, big and small, that want to know where they can find the right people to comment on their blog posts. This is a reasonable request, after all, if you are going to post on someone else’s blog, why not leave a comment? It is a great way to get your message out to thousands of potential customers, and it is a great way to establish yourself as an expert in a particular niche.

Finding the right kind of person to leave comments on your blog can be a challenge. Many bloggers are not happy with the quality of comments that they receive. And they are especially unhappy with the number of spam comments that they get.

When I talk to people about this, they always say the same thing. They tell me how hard it is to find quality, relevant comments. They tell me how there are people out there who will comment on their blog for $0.10 a comment. And they tell me that they are just not sure how to avoid getting people to comment that don’t have anything to say.

What are the Blog Commenting Guidelines ?

First, let me tell you what this is not about. This is not about leaving comments on other blogs for money. This is not about leaving comments on other blogs in exchange for a link. This is not about leaving comments on other blogs simply to increase your search engine rankings.

This is about leaving comments on blogs that are relevant to your business and that your customers might be interested in. It is about leaving comments that are relevant to the post that you are commenting on. It is about leaving comments that are relevant to the blog owner and his or her readers.

What are the Blog Commenting Guidelines?

  1. Make sure that you are commenting on a blog that is relevant to your business
  2. Make sure that your comment is relevant to the post that you are commenting on.
  3. Make sure that your comment is relevant to the blog owner and his or her readers.
  4. Make sure that you are commenting because you want to, not because you are being paid to.
  5. Make sure that you are not spamming your links into the comment area.
  6. Make sure that your comment is a good comment, not just a quick comment.
  7. Make sure that you are not using profanity.
  8. Make sure that you are not threatening violence of any kind.
  9. Make sure that you are not violating any copyright laws.
  10. Make sure that you are not violating any other laws that might apply to your area of business.
  11. Make sure that you do not use your name or your business name.
  12. Make sure that you do not use a fake name.
  13. Make sure that you never misrepresent yourself or your business.
  14. Make sure that your comment is not a sales pitch.
  15. Make sure that your comment is not a link, unless the blog you are commenting on allows link comments.
  16. Make sure that you are providing value to the blog and to the people who read it.
  17. Make sure that you are not violating any Blog Commenting Guidelines of any blog that you are commenting on.
  18. Make sure that you are never ever going around the Blog Commenting Guidelines of a blog that you are commenting on.
  19. Make sure that you are not under the influence of any kind of alcohol or mind-altering substance when you are commenting on any blog.
  20. Make sure that you are not posting under a false name.
  21. Make sure that you are not impersonating anyone.
  22. Make sure that you have a full understanding of the Blog Commenting Guidelines of any blog that you are commenting on.
  23. Make sure that you are not lying about anything.
  24. Make sure that you are not violating any Blog Commenting Guidelines of any blog that you are commenting on.

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