Some bloggers comment only to build relationships.
But then they close themselves off to getting traffic through blog comments.
I believe in having it all.
A roaring rapids style torrent of blog traffic
A slew of loving, supportive, blogging buddies
Ever-increasing online profits
All through blog commenting.
The above cool as a cucumber facts strike me like a head on collision with a black rhino: if you follow these tips religiously you will attract more traffic, profits and blogging buddies through blog commenting.
Whether you’re talking the 2 million motorbikes I saw whizzing around in Hanoi, Vietnam (where you cross the street 1 step at a time, or become Frogger splat) or the 5,000 savage army ants I spied invading our jungle hut/cabin/haha shack in Costa Rica, using these tips will create a similar uncontrollable deluge of traffic to your blog over time.
Step into the spirit of each tip.
A1: Make Sure Commenting Is Fun to You
Fun energy makes commenting work like a charm.
Work/forced/strained energy makes commenting feel like a trip to a dentist who uses a mechanic’s wrench to remove your chompers.
Only do blog commenting if it feels FUN to you.
Because when you’re having fun, a little part of you devotes energy to getting traffic or building bonds or profits, so a big part of you devotes your energy to having fun through commenting, and those traffics/profits/friends outcomes manifest really quickly when you barely think about them.
Tips A2-8 will work terribly, or, you will see muted results, or you will see some nice results with commenting after working yourself nearly to death unless you follow this tip every day.
That FUN energy opens doors your Monkey Mind can not see, open or even fathom.
How in the frick do my comments help land me on Fox News while someone who comments daily barely gets a trickle of traffic?
I’m having fun.
They’re busting their ass.
If commenting feels like work, ditch the strategy or figure out mental blocks you cling to, related to connecting with people or feeling commenting is a waste of time.
A2: Manage Your Blog Commenting Energy
When I lived in a remote Costa Rican jungle Kelli and I hut/house sat for a dog named Thunder.