Comentando estratexias: facer e non facer

Cando empecei a bloguear, creo que probablemente estaba mirando cara arriba e engadindo comentarios a 10 publicacións noutros sitios por cada publicación que escribín no meu propio sitio. As conversas nos blogs daquela época eran incribles ... poderían continuar decenas de páxinas. Comentar foi un medio fantástico para que o autor vise o teu blog (aínda o é) e dirixir o tráfico ao teu propio sitio.

É só a miña opinión, pero creo que Facebook matou ao comentario de blogs na súa maior parte. En vez de ter discusións adxacentes ás publicacións do noso blog, compartimos as nosas publicacións en Facebook e alí conversamos. Mesmo pensei en trasladar o meu sistema de comentarios a Facebook, pero non podo levar a outra actividade dentro do seu xardín amurallado.

Como resultado, comentar non é o que era. Os comentarios son un pouco escasos na maioría dos blogs e foron abusados ​​en gran parte polos spammers de comentarios. Por iso hai que facer a pregunta: "¿Aínda debemos incorporar unha estratexia de comentarios no noso blog?".

Si ... pero aquí mudaron as miñas estratexias de comentario:

  • Cando non estou de acordo ou teño algo substancial que engadir á conversa, sempre o fago comenta a publicación do autor e despois dirixe a xente das miñas redes sociais para tentar estimular a conversa.
  • Aínda creo que comentar sitios que desexo construír unha relación é unha causa digna. Aínda que non sempre recibo resposta, repetidamente engadindo valor á conversa finalmente chama a atención do autor. Noutras palabras, saben quen son.
  • I evite publicar URL dentro dos comentarios que publico. A maioría dos paquetes de comentarios ligan o teu nome ao teu sitio, ao teu blog ou a un perfil con ligazóns ao teu sitio. Os spammers de comentarios case sempre empurran ligazóns no seu contido. Normalmente denúncioos como spammers (a Akismet), inclúoos na lista negra (en Disqus) e elimino os comentarios de spam.
  • Agora non vou despois de 10 sitios ao día, pero sigo comentando algunhas publicacións cada semana. A maioría das veces, eses comentarios fanse en blogs nos que son amigo, espero facerme amigo ou respectar ao blogger. Moitas veces é un blog novo.
  • Sempre intento comentar publicacións que fai mención a min ou o noso contido.

Desde o punto de vista do SEO, axudan os comentarios? Creo que os comentarios do meu propio blogue engádense ao contido, á indexación e á clasificación da publicación. Non creo que sexa casualidade que as miñas publicacións con máis contido se clasifiquen moi ben. Os teus comentarios noutros blogs axudan ao teu SEO? Non é probable ... a maioría dos sistemas que comentan utilízanse nofollow ou bloquea as ligazóns que publiques. Non espero beneficios de SEO da miña estratexia de comentario.

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      There are plugins that sync WP and Facebook comments. I personally just don’t like pushing conversations to Facebook all the time. I’ve thought about having tabbed comments with one tab on Disqus and the other on Facebook… but then Google+ will be next, not sure when it will end.

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    Doug, do you find that posting comments and in creation of dialogue helps escalate people returning to your site. I am curious that some of my favourite blogs/podcasts, that are very popular, if it would be wise to spark debate, seeing as they do get so much traffic. I am sure it would need to be well thought out and might be time consuming, however, the point is to spark some attention and create interest among any audience. 🙂

    – Ryan

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      It’s a tough one, @brazilianlifestyle:disqus! I used to see a lot more dialogue and conversation in the comments than I do nowadays. Perhaps it’s because blogging is so prevalent. I think the conversations are happening more in Facebook and Google+ than on the sites themselves.

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        HI Doug,

        If, considering, the situation in particular to the site itself then I guess you might be right. A lot of blogging & commenting are subject to the topic at hand and the engagement the audience actually takes upon the site. If we consider that people are trying to pursue back links with an instantaneous means, then surely commenting is on a diet. However, I am sure we then need to focus elsewhere, that where being a place that matters. White-Hat SEO is still king, if you’re in this game for anything relevant to longevity. For there is no mediocrity that will build you an empire!

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            Spamming I think depends on what you’re doing.

            Exemplo:

            If you are acknowledging commenter’s commentaries and perhaps some of their short stories or anecdotes, and you aren’t the original poster, then there is a two edged sword of glory here. You are not only building traffic for the poster or blogger, owner of the site etc, but you’re always collectively drawing attention to yourself for possible click throws!

            I came across this idea through a source, and I have yet to test it out until this morning. To be honest it actually doesn’t seem so harmful if your responses are well though out and extremely respectful of both the commenter and the blog post; link juice for everyone.

            It sure beats the hell out of answering stupid questions on yahoo and trying to build back links for the sake of back links. The more blogging I do the more I am able to write with ease and type faster with less effort :). I am going to try and start building discussions from now on! 🙂

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            Honestly, nowadays I would much rather someone acknowledge our articles by sharing them – that’s the ultimate compliment when it comes to writing our content. We love comments to provide additional color to the conversation but just a note saying “great article” doesn’t do much for me anymore. 🙂

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            Douglas you’re absolutely right, sharing articles, is undoubtedly the best medium! That said, I would be glad to, if ok with you, use your site as a reference for my future blog posts! You obviously have thrown in a lot of effort into your blog, as you’re promptly adamant in replying!

            The funny thing is too, these discussions sometimes, could be blog posts themselves because of the meat inside them.

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