CommentLuv Global Search Engine
I want to highlight a new Free Search Engine targeted specifically to find CommentLuv Enabled Blogs, the CommentLuv Global Search Engine.
As a follow up, of my latest post announcing my CommentLuv plugin premium winner, I would like to tackle this new free service developed by Andy Bailey, the creator of this marvellous plugin.
Global CommentLuv Enabled Blog Search
No matter the niche you’re, if you comment on other blogs (NOT spamming) and you get a backlink to your blog, then is a great bonus. But if instead, can you get 2 backlinks? Well, this can be achieved commenting on CommentLuv enabled blogs. Not sure about CommentLuv? Read my review of this premium plugin.
Why is it useful?
You’re capable of improving your links pointing to your site and this is a big factor (between others, of course) considered by:
- Google, for the PR (Page Rank) (higher is better)
- Alexa, for the Alexa ranking (lower is better)
…also other services that judge these traffic metrics, like: search engines, advertisers, even for guest posters before to submit a guest post.
And again, why should you bother with that “tech”-stuff? My friend, if you’re a blogger and want more traffic, more comments and eventually more advertisers, this is a point to have in mind 🙂
- Google takes apparently into account, most of your individual comments done on the same blog as individual links (if they are indexed), and it uses this data to elaborate the Page Rank.
- Alexa on the other side, no matter the quantity of comments done on a specific blog, and on different posts, from this blog is counted only as 1 link.
Therefore which is the lesson? Jump outside of your comfort zone, promote your blog in a wise manner and fundamentally build solid relationships with other bloggers out of your niche!
This is the motto that I repeat over and over, don’t be all your day simply commenting in your niche.
This is my case; I read and comment when I’ve a possibility according to my commenting policy – on tech, food and social blogs.
Does it mean that you need to comment only on CommentLuv enabled blogs? The answer is NO, but it helps a lot to make comments where you get a nice combo of two incoming links for the “price” of one. Damn it, we all love bargains 😉
Let me show you in action, the new CommentLuv Enabled Blog Search
Today, if you’re not a free subscriber, you’ll see the following screen:
After you’ve subscribed or perhaps if you’re already a subscriber and entered your email, you’ll have access to the search engine plus the page will refresh automatically.
So, I’ll find out new CommentLuv blogs for example, on “foods you can eat to lose weight”:
Now, on the “social media” scenario:
The blogs you can find has Comment Luv installed, perhaps the free version or with the premium plugin.
Other tedious manner to do the same:
Use Google and put your keyword, more in quotes +”powered CommentLuv” or “this blog uses Premium CommentLuv” or “Commentluv enabled”
But, why do you need to complicate things, when you can do it in an easy way 🙂 There are also some posts with CommentLuv enabled blogs, but nothing compares to an updated search engine that change their results, in seconds or less.
Other point to consider are do-follow or no-follow links (a big theme) but after the several Google Panda updates, it’s clear that the better way is to get natural links (both). And naturally, you cannot control the entire cyberspace to get only do-follows (this is unnatural) so, the healthier recipe is getting a mix of do-follows AND no-follow incoming links.
I know that not everybody has a “policy” about commenting, exclusively, for incoming links (unless the human spammers!).
Also this isn’t my way of thinking, I comment if I like the article even on unknown blogs for me, but if you can get a nice return in traffic or backlinks is a nice plus.
- Are using the Global CommentLuv Search Engine?
- Are you finding relevant results or maybe you know other way to find Comment Luv blogs?
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