Blogger is a blog-publishing service that allows multi-user blogs with time-stamped entries, developed by Pyra Labs, bought by Google in 2003. A user can have up to 100 blogs per account. Blogger allowed users to publish blogs on other hosts, via FTP until 1 may 2010. All these blogs had to be moved to Google’s own servers, with domains unlike WordPress, Blogger cannot be installed on a web server. One has to use DNS facilities to redirect a custom URL. As blogger want to increase blog’s traffic. There is lot of ways to bring the traffic roll in. You might have heard many professional bloggers advising to newbie bloggers because, it is simple and easy to do. You will definitely find this at every blogger’s strategy list.
Commenting on other blogs is one of the beneficial way to increase traffic. But there has been a certain trend among commenters which have been broadly are of 4 types as follows,
The spammer (Best at Spamming over other blogs)
There are enormous numbers of spammers out there in the world of 130 million blogs, the comments they leave back are irrelevant and full of keywords just to impress Google. The other type of spam comments are through auto-generated spam systems, which get noticed easily and worthless. Be aware commenting these spams. It won’t help you get rid of this category.
The Self-Promoter (Spammy)
The self promoter is not as Spammy but they are not less than spammer even called spammers. They look for backlinks and try to promote theirs link on other’s blog. Amazingly, they even try to keep comments on topic But all the want is link and nothing else whatsoever. The question is how we detect them. You have to do is Just look at their names on the comments. You won’t find any personal name, but odd names which will make you laugh So as they want to get links, they would most likely to get controversial and get as many people to the comment as they can. Foremost, they try to attack the post and the ‘Great Defaults’ of the post. They would go commenting every blog. Basically, they are the ones with 50% shade of spam, another 50% of self-promotional.
The Real Value-Giving Commenter
Self-promoters use real names to make it more professional and effective. They are in a great situation if you are one of those! These commenter leave back value based comments which are relevant and thoughtful. Thus, getting few heads rolling into the comment. So you are getting backlinks without getting your hands dirty!
The Noble Commenter
These commenters are responsible for just giving advices. They are not looking for any backlinks, marketing their products or spamming last but not the least, are the bunch of rare commenters. They are professional bloggers, help other bloggers. You are ‘Luckiest in the World’ if your blog happen to be a place of hanging out of these bloggers, because there are very few commenters like these.