Backlaghachi azụ (snicker) n'oge mmalite nke ịde blọgụ, achọpụtara m na ịza ajụjụ na blọọgụ ndị ọzọ bụ ihe ịga nke ọma. Ihe ka ọtụtụ na-eto eto n'oge ndị ahụ bụ n'ihi nsonye m na mkparịta ụka na blọọgụ ndị ọzọ.
Ọbụna na mmụba nke blog m, m na-aga n'ihu ịnwa ịchọ na ịchọta blọọgụ ọhụrụ ndị na-ede ọdịnaya dị ukwuu na mpaghara ndị nwere mmasị. M na-agbalịkwa ịkwalite ha na njikọ m kwa ụbọchị. Site na narị blọọgụ otu narị ebe, enwere ọtụtụ mkparịta ụka iji sonye.
Gịnị bụ Blog Seeding?
Google na Teknụzụ are my primary means of finding blogs that I've never visited before. You can spend 5 or 10 minutes a day blọgụ blog and get exposed to thousands of new readers. Blog Seeding is simply adding to the comments of another blog's post and ensuring you have a good backlink in their comment information to your blog. Don't comment just to throw a link out there, though – that's spamming. Write some compelling copy, compliment the blogger, or provide some evidence if you are not agreeing with them. The richer your comment, the more attention you'll receive.
Blog Seeding dị iche na Comment Spamming
- Adds to the conversation of the blog in question. Perhaps you're supporting the post with additional relative content or disputing the content that's there. Either way, it's onye ọrụ mepụtara ọdịnaya na onye na-ede blọgụ ọ bụla kwesịrị inwe ekele.
- Na-ewebata gị na blogger.
- More important, introduces you to the blogger's audience! Don't underestimate how many people read blogs AND read the comments.
tinye blọgụ blog na akpa gị maka usoro ịzụ ahịa iji wulite ikike ma ọ bụ mata banyere blog, ngwaahịa, ọrụ ma ọ bụ ụlọ ọrụ gị. Ọ na-arụ ọrụ nke ọma!