Uncommon List Of CommentLuv Blogs To Promote Your Blog In 2011

Blog commenting is one of the best and quaranteed ways of driving traffic to your blog. I’m sure you’ve heard that a million times. Ok, and I’m sure you’re also aware of the power of commenting on commentluv enabled blogs, right?

If you answered yes to that question then you want to check out Barbara Ling’s list of 141+ commentluv enabled blogs that you must befriend. You see, why I want you to check this out is becuase I’ve found commenting on commentluv enabled blogs to be a dead easy way of not only driving traffic but also building backlinks.  So if you’re serious about driving traffic with you comments in the year 2011 then that list is definitely a huge asset for you.

2 Simple Tips That Will Help You Benefit With The List!

First, I must say the list is truly huge and all the blogs listed are blogs that will help you as a blogger, whether you’re a newbie seeking for some guidance online or you’re a veteran blogger. However, my experience using a commentluv enabled blog over the past few months has shown that there are a few tricks to truly benefiting with your comments using commentluv.

First, you need to install the commentluv plugin on your blog. Except this is done, you’ll only be depriving yourself of most of the benefits. It doesn’t matter how many comments you post, it’ll amount to little.

So if you’ve not installed commentluv on your blog do so right away by downloading a copy of the plugin here.

Once you’ve installed the commentluv plugin, haste to read my post about gaining more with commentluv. It’s important you read that post as it shows you what you need do to supercharge your commentluv account.

Then finally here is another great tip revealed by Satrap about gaining more power with your commentluv enabled blog. It’s about building those much coveted backlinks with your comments. I only learned of this powered tip a few weeks ago and I must say I’m really grateful to Satrap who revealed it here.

Ok, so that’s about it for now. I’ve already bookmarked Barbara Ling’s 141+ list of friendly commentluv enabled blogs and I’m working out a plan on how I’ll be using that list for my promotions in the days ahead. I hope it’s of help to you.

 Uncommon List Of CommentLuv Blogs To Promote Your Blog In 2011

Author: 

Chadrack is a freelance web content writer who helps clients drive growth through customer acquisition. He specializes in writing marketing content that delivers tangible marketing results for SMBs and enterprise bloggers. He is the author of "The Wordsmith's Guest Blogging Manifesto" - a special report on how to boost your brand awareness, drive more traffic and grow your business fast leveraging the audiences of a-list bloggers. Click here to download FREE!

45 Responses

  1. We that runs dry, you can always Google them too.
     
    Soon I too will be revealing some neat commentluv tips. :)

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    Chadrack Reply:

    I’ll be gladly waiting for that.

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  2. Hi Chadrack,
    I have been through Barbara’s list and yeah she sure has made a unique post and put the links in an innovative way. I am glad she mentioned my blog too in the list. I too have made a big list of commentluv blogs and included yours too. The link is mentioned in the commentluv field below. I feel commentluv is one of the best plugin ever made for WordPress. Seems I have been to your blog for the first time and I am pretty much sure to be a regular visitor, keep up the good work

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  3. I have been through Barbara’s list and yeah she sure has made a unique post and put the links in an innovative way. I am glad she mentioned my blog too in the list.Thanks for it

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  4. Thank you for the blog list. It will be very helpful for me in the near future. Really great list and great way to promote my business. Thanks

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  5. Thanks for all the helpful links Chadrack.Will read through them thoroughly and glad to see another hardened fan of comment luv. I love using it not only on my own blog but also when commenting on others.

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    Chadrack Reply:

    Hi Natalie, thanks for stopping by. Yeah, I fell in love with commentluv from the very first day I came to know of it. It think it’s just superb!

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  6. Hi, I’ve search so many commentluv blogs, but I am disappointed sometime, because some of it, no follow, it’s still useless. Yeah, me too, I check Barbara Ling’s 141+ commenluv, and it’s a great list, I like reading articles, that is relevant to what I am searching for, and thanks for sharing your ideas Chadrack.

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    Chadrack Reply:

    Hi Max, thanks for coming by. I must agree with you that most of the commentluv enabled blogs out there are “nofollow.” But you should understand that that link to your post in the comments is still seen by the search engines though no link juice is passed to it. But there is actually a simply technique or grabbing that link juice if your blog is also commentluv enabled. :)

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  7. I just read a blog whose author expressed concerns over blog plug-ins like CommentLuv. He suggested that links should be earned instead of being exchanged in a “scratch my back/I’ll scratch yours” environment.

    I can’t say that I can give a complete endorsement to CommentLuv or KeywordLuv. Ultimately, it should be the blog moderator who decides if a comment should be allowed.

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  8. I am so glad I discovered this weblog. My blog has a PR4 ranking so please add me to your listing too. :-)

    Josh Rimer@YouTube Marketing Tactics … YouTube Marketing Tactics

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  9. Most blog site that you come across state they are dofollow when in fact they are not. I recommend using Mozila Firefox with the nofollow add on installed to verify blogs that say they are dofollow when in act they are not. Building backlinks is a must do for any website and commenting on blogs like this is one way to go, but not the only way.

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    Chadrack Reply:

    Hi Dave, thanks so much for this comment. The truth is many really don’t really know what dofollow blogs really mean. That firefox addon is really something to look into.

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  10. I’ve found that blogs which advertise CommentLuv with dofollow links will always get more discussion, although it will obviously encourage random spam.

    It’s up to the admin of the site to moderate the comments properly, and only permit those who are actively discussing the post. There’s no reason why we can’t have a happy medium – people actually taking the time to read the post and commenting appropriately, while in return getting a bit of free linkjuice.

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  11. So far I have found that comment luv has higher pr as I am a researcher for my company and I was spending countless hours on no pr no follow no luv lol… put this on my other site but am going to add it to this one asap. As I have already noticed less spam as people realize they will not be getting no luv. Thanks.

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  12. Great list Chadrack, that gives me plenty of places to make comments and drive traffic to my site.

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  13. Thanks for the post, I will be looking at the 141 blogs. I am trying to work out how to put a blog with comment luv on it on my website!

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    Chadrack Reply:

    Hi Jenn, you don’t need to look somewhere else if you want an example of a dofollow blog creatively using the commentluv plugin! :) Just take a look what we doing here and you can pick up some great ideas.

    Any way I appreciate your comment. Will love to see you again.

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  14. I agree with what the chap a few scrolls above said, you have to use the firefox add-on that highlights nofollow links as 90% of the links in all 400+ lists are actually nofollow blogs.

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    Chadrack Reply:

    I quite agree with you. However, you need to understand that having the commentluv plugin installed does not make the blog a dofollow. Commentluv only reward the commenter with a link back to the last post if you have commentluv installed also. So if you’re looking for dofollow blogs use the firefox add-on.

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  15. I already turned my blog into a do follow blog. I really like comment love and think it’s

    really cool but I’m having a problem with it on my site. Do you know if there is any

    support for this plugin. my recent post Commentluv Enabled,Enable Commentluv

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  16. @chadrack re dofollow – true, though I find a lot of people who have installed commentluv have also removed the nofollow, which is nice of them! :)

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    Chadrack Reply:

    Hi Matt, yeah that’s one thing every body want! I hope you do love this blog too for we have not only removed the nofollow but also installed keywordluv to increase your experience here! :)
     

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  17. Whether you are posting article for your site’s backlink or posting article from other sites for income. It is still best doing backlinking strategy with a commentluv plugin enbled sites. Keep up the good work.

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    Chadrack Reply:

    You got it quite right Hariom, backlinking is a strategy that every market online should implement with every seriousness. I’ve found commentluv enabled blogs to good sources of building backlinks. Thanks for joining the conversation.

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  18. Good stuff. Really the only way to get free traffic by the bucketload is to get as many incoming links as humanly possible and finding commentluv blogs is a great way to do it. Keep up the good work.

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    Chadrack Reply:

    @dddougal@learning spanish online,

    Thanks. I’m glad that this was useful!

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  19. As I read yours, I enjoy it. Thanks for creating this amazing review. Keep it up!

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    Chadrack Reply:

    @paulaparmelee,

    Thanks for the comment. It’s a pleasure to be of help.

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  20. i haven’t checked them out one by one but nice list nonetheless, most of the sites i come accross that claims they are DOFOLLOW sometimes are not so i make it a point check using FireFox with FireBug plugin to be sure, nobody wants to waste their time commenting on to something without getting something in return :)

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    Chadrack Reply:

    @Marvin,

    Hey, do you mean you checked all of them out? Well that must have taken some time. And about not wasting your time commenting on blogs without getting something in return, do you mean if I decide to remove commentluv and make this blog nofollow you will not comment here again?

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    Marvin Reply:

    @Chadrack,

    my comment might have come negative, but unless the article is useful to me and have nothing to say, i won’t comment, on the other hand, even if you take out my links on your article, that is fine because i already got something in return, the list (your article is useful to me).

    Thanks

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  21. I think the debate has much more intense than Disqus. I reinstalled on my blog also CommentLuv which I consider very important. At the moment there are no comments on my blog, I just installed the new module, too bad you can not import the comments from Disqus.

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  22. Thank you so much for this list. I really appreciate.
    By the way, my blog is also a commentluv enabled.
    I shall be grateful if you include my blog in your list.

    Thank you

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  23. Thanks for the great list. However, one must remember to comment effectively, add value to these blogs and hopefully attract some readers!

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    Chadrack Reply:

    @Barry Wheeler, not far from the truth. Unfortunately many bloggers really do a lot of things to abuse the system. But I think they are really the loosers.

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  24. whether you’re a newbie seeking for some guidance online or you’re a veteran blogger. However, my experience using a commentluv enabled blog over the past few months has shown that there are a few tricks to truly benefiting …

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  25. Thanks for the great list. It definitely helps newbies like me to get ahead. Cool site. Many returns to this site.

    Mr. MakingUsmile

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  26. Thanks for the list! I haven’t tried to promote traffic in this manner yet, but I think I’ll give it a shot after reading this article.

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    Chadrack Reply:

    @Israel Kendall, you’re welcome. I hope you succeed with it.

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  27. Thanks so much for the list, makes lift so much easier than trying to find them individually!

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  28. I never check out Barbara’s list but I want to check it out very soon. By the way you made a great list here and I learn a lot of things, I always love commentluv ever since I started in blogging.

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    Chadrack Reply:

    @Kate,

    Thanks for stopping by. Hope you check out some of our recent posts also!

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  29. Chadrack, in todays post panda and penguin age, does it still make sense to use blog commenting as a method of backlinking? Does ComLuv still have the same value to a blog owner that it might have had 1 year ago?

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    Chadrack Reply:

    @Ross@Starting A Business,

    Thanks for your comment and the question. Actually I have written a few posts on this subject in the past few weeks. However, I’ve just made another post opening up the question for discussion on the blog. You can read it here: http://webincomejournal.com/6151/commentluv-blog-commenting-and-backlinks.html

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