Greyhat Comments, How To Comment Spam Without Spamming!
After you have been blogging for a while you will discover the number one method of gaining readership on a blog is actually through the use of blog comments.
First it creates a link back to your site, second others who read your comments and want to check out your stuff, have a chance. Now in the past there have only been two ways to comment on other blogs.
The first method is the whitehat method. This method involves searching for related blogs and reading the contents, then making a well thought out reply based on the article in question.
The problem with this method is its EXTREMELY time consuming. You need to make thousands of comments on blogs to get any sort of real traffic. This means you are going to be spending more time making comments then anything else. Not very appealing.
The other method is of course the blackhat method. The blackhat method requires a software to gather up related blogs and then send out a predefined comment to all of them.
The problem with this method is your comments are spam and its very obvious! No matter how well you write your spam comments, people will spot them. After all without reading an article, how are you going to make a well thought out reply to it?
So how do we do this the greyhat way and get the best of both worlds? First you need a firefox plugin called easyComment 1.1 (this plugin no longer works with firefox but still works with the the flock browser).
The easyComment plugin works by automatically filling the name, website, email, and comment fields of any wordpress blog comment form. Unfortunately at this point the plugin only works with wordpress blogs, not blogger or any of the other available blogging software.
When setting up the autoComment plugin you need a default comment that can be easily changed and doesn’t look like spam. I have pasted an example comment below so you can understand what I mean.
Hi there, this is my first time visiting your site and man I love it. This isn’t the kind of blog I normally read but the picture of “look around site and find a picture to prove you visited the blog” really drew me in. I am highly impressed. I will definitely return here again!
Now you should be able to see just based on my example comment what I am about to tell you. When you fill out the comment form on easyComment, make it so you can quickly glance around whatever blog you are at and pull out some key piece of information in a hurry, and replace the string in your comment.
After you have easyComment setup all you have to do is go to googles blog search and do a search for a keyword that has relevance to your blog. It helps if you change your preferences on google so you are displaying 100 results in your search listings.
Visit each page on the list and click the small text “easyComment” in the status bar of your web browser (see picture on the top left of this article if unclear). If the blog is a wordpress blog, the comment form will automatically be filled in, then just quickly finish the comment, submit, and go to another page.
If the blog is not a wordpress blog you will get an error saying “no comment form found”. If this happens, just go to the next blog on the list. Using this method you can easily comment on about 100 blogs in an hour.
Best of all they have a personal touch that shows you didn’t spam. )
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