Loaʻa ʻoe i nā blog?

hua kanu blog

Ke hoʻi nei (snicker) i nā lā mua o ka blog ʻana, ua ʻike wau ua kūleʻa nui ka ʻōlelo ʻana ma nā blog ʻē aʻe. ʻO ka hapa nui o ka ulu ʻana i kēlā mau lā ʻōpio ma muli o ke komo ʻana i ke kamaʻilio ʻana i nā blog ʻē aʻe.

ʻOiai me ka ulu mau o kaʻu blog, hoʻomau wau e hoʻāʻo e ʻimi a loaʻa i nā blog hou e kākau nei i nā ʻike maikaʻi i nā wahi hoihoi. Hoʻomaʻo wau e paipai iā lākou i kaʻu mau loulou i kēlā me kēia lā. Me hoʻokahi haneli miliona mau blog ma waho, nui nā kamaʻilio e hui pū.

He aha ka Seiring Blog?

Google a Hanahana ʻo ia kaʻu kumu nui o ka loaʻa ʻana o nā blog aʻu i kipa ʻole ai ma mua. Hiki iā ʻoe ke hoʻolilo i 5 a 10 mau minuke i ka lā hua kanu blog a loaʻa i kahi mau kaukani mea heluhelu hou. Ke hoʻohui maʻalahi nei ʻo Blog Seeding i nā manaʻo o kahi moʻomanaʻo pūnaewele ʻē aʻe a hōʻoia iā ʻoe he backlink maikaʻi i kā lākou ʻike manaʻo i kāu blog. Mai ʻōlelo wale e hoʻolei i kahi loulou ma laila, ʻoiai - ʻo ia ka spamming. Kākau i kahi kope koi, mahalo i ka mea kākau blog, a i ʻole hāʻawi i kahi hōʻike inā ʻaʻole ʻoe e ʻaelike me lākou. ʻO ka momona o kāu ʻōlelo, ʻo ka nui o ka noʻonoʻo e loaʻa iā ʻoe.

ʻOkoʻa ka blog Seeding mai ka ʻōlelo Spamming

ʻOkoʻa ka hoʻoikaika ʻana no Blog Seeding mai ka ʻōlelo Spamming. Manaʻo ʻO Spamming he pāpale ʻeleʻele Sema hana e hoʻāʻo ai e ʻike i nā blog e hoʻohana ʻole noho noho a loaʻa ke kiʻekiʻe kiʻekiʻe ma o backlinks.

Seading Blog:

  • Hoʻohui i ke kamaʻilio ʻana o ka blog ma ka nīnau. Ke kākoʻo nei paha ʻoe i ka pou me nā ʻike pili hou a i ʻole ke hoʻopaʻapaʻa nei i ka ʻike ma laila. ʻO kēlā me kēia ala, ʻo ia mea hoʻohana i hoʻokumu i ka ʻike e mahalo ai i kekahi mea kākau blog.
  • Hoʻolauna iā ʻoe i ka mea blog.
  • ʻO nā mea nui hou aʻe, hoʻolauna iā ʻoe i ka lohe ʻana o ka mea blog! Mai hoʻowahāwahā i ka nui o ka poʻe e heluhelu i nā blog A heluhelu i nā manaʻo.

Hoʻohui hua kanu blog i kāu ʻeke o nā ʻenehana kūʻai aku e kūkulu i ka mana a hāpai i ka ʻike i kāu blog, huahana, lawelawe a ʻoihana paha. Hana maikaʻi loa ia!

8 Comments

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    Excellent post Douglas. I’ve used this technique extensively and without fail, it works! I’ve found that your really don’t even need to worry about dropping a link in the body of your comment at all, unless doing so ads significant value to the conversation. If what you have to say truly ads to the conversation, instead of being just a “me too” comment, then visitors will naturally be attracted to your blog.

    As far as nofollow blogs go, all my blogs are no nofollow and yes, they attract a great deal of spammers. However, focusing on no nofollow blogs is pointless for those looking to build organic growth. The minimal ranking boost received through a no nofollow link in blog comments is negligible at best. Where commenting has its true rewards is in the relationships it builds and the natural attraction it creates. Others will be quicker to link to your posts organically if you don’t constantly spam their comments with links.

    Great post! You’ve got a new reader. 😉

  2. 2

    As a novice blogger, I have been shy about commenting on other blogs. Your post set me straight.

    What is a nofollow blog and how do I know if I have one?

    Mahalo

    Bill

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    For some odd reason, I can’t even loging to Technorati, but that is another matter.

    What you have described does work well for individual or industry specific blogs. For corporate blogs, the same method isn’t as effective because corporate blogs are seen as a way of promoting a business and suffer as a result.

    I am yet to see a corporate blog which has a high level of shares or comments on a regular basis.

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      If the corporate blog is set around selling a product, I agree that comments are difficult to come by. However, when the blog has a purpose outside sales, there’s tons of opportunity.

      https://blog.facebook.com/ – gets tens of thousands of comments. I realize they are a social platform, though… and perhaps an exception since they have billions of customers 🙂
      http://www.lulu.com/blog/ – when the content is right, you’ll see quite a bit of activity here.

      • 6

        Mahalo i kāu pane.

        For corporate blogs, like you have stated, the blog should have a wider focus and not restricted to plugging own products or services. I have been creating quality content for our corporate blog and it is doign well in terms of visits but not in the way of user activity.

        I will keep trying and thanks for the useful info.

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