How to Write a Good Blog Comment and Bypass the Spam Filter in WordPress
Have you ever thought about what makes a good blog comment? Want to know a sure fire way to bypass the comment spam filter? In this article, we will show you how to write a good blog comment and bypass the spam filter.
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First, you want to ask yourself why do you want to leave that comment?
What do you want your comment to accomplish?
#2 be respectful and courteous even if you disagree with the person, be polite and kind with your comment.
#3 don’t comment for a backlink having a link in the comment is a big way to get marked as spam so don’t try to comment just to get a backlink.
#4 add value to the discussion.
Have you ever looked through comments and just saw i agree or nice post?
These aren’t really adding value to the discussion, instead if you do agree, add why and what parts of the post you agree with.
#5 spellcheck and proofread.
Grammar goes a long way in getting approved and making sure you don’t have all caps on is a plug.
#6 retweet, share, reblog if you think the post is worthy enough for your comment, you might want to consider sharing it with your audience as well.
#7 private feedback.
Keep the comments about the post or article and if you have something else to discuss with the author or a suggestion for them, then use the contact form or email instead.
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