The blog commenting method is a method often identified in the black hat world as being considered useless and actually carries a penalty. So the blog commenting method is considered a dangerous method. Is it really like that? Generally speaking, when it comes to black hat techniques, all techniques are dangerous or at least useless. Over the last 5 years we have seen people punished for doing paid reviews, or PBNs, or comments on spam blogs, forums, etc. So it is not true that blog comments should be disabled, as all methods can result in penalties on the hands of people who don’t know how to do it right. From our experience blogging for more than 3000 websites, none of them were penalized. Quite a few can enter the first page with only a few backlinks.
The Dangers Of Keeping Comment Backlinks
There are several things you need to consider when spamming blog comments, namely:
- Don’t overwhelm comments on the same domain. Only 3 to 5 comments per domain name.
- Your comments should vary, don’t copy and paste all comments
- The backlink keywords must vary
- Select a page that has a high Page Authority value. If that’s not the case, then you’re going to need a lot of blog comments and that can hook Google Penguin.
So bad reviews about blog comments come from people who failed their execution. If you can maintain diversity in everything and keep your backlinks having a natural profile, then there shouldn’t be a problem. Simple tip, u00a0 Be 1000 different people when posting 1000 backlinks. Blog comments can even be considered a middle-class black hat method, as they can target high PA pages, resulting in fewer backlinks required. It is safer than some of the other methods which require multiple backlinks.
Negative Impact Comments / SPAM Backlinks
Spam comments certainly have a negative impact, especially for the blog owner concerned, with the following details:
- Piss off other readers. Of course, readers will be annoyed if there are lots of spam comments, unrelated to the relevant blog post.
- Slow down the blog loading time. The more comments, the longer the loading time for a blog. Of course it doesn’t matter if the comment contains a response to your post. However, it will be a problem if the comment is a spam comment.
- Keeps bloggers busy, because they have to delete unnecessary comments. As trivial as it may seem, I’ve heard of bloggers who spend hours deleting spam comments.
- Create a decrease in blog credibility. Many small spam comments on a blog can be used as an indicator as to whether the blogger cares about their blog or vice versa.
- Lower your blog’s reputation in the eyes of search engines. Google hates spam comments. They have excellent analysis, to distinguish, which comments are spam and which are not. Not only will spammers feel the negative impact, but blog owners will also feel the impact. The impact can be in the form of a decrease in blog rankings, both in the eyes of Google and in other search engines.
Source : Bahayanya Menyepam Comment Backlink