3 Forums with CommentLuv-Like Functionality

Kikolani

One of the ways that I promote my most important blog posts, like my massive post on 40+ Tips on How to Become a Social Media Rockstar , is through commenting on blogs enabled with CommentLuv. But what about forums? Thus far, I have found three popular forums that use this add-on.

New gTLD Domain Name Forum Launched

Bill Hartzer

A New gTLD Domain Name forum has recently launched. I’ve recently joined the forum, and so far have made several helpful connections through the site. Right now, there are domain name forums out there and they have areas to discuss the new gTLD domain names.

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The Mila Araujo (@Milaspage) School of Commenting

Geoff Livingston

Confession: I’m an awkward commenter, and struggle with how to best deliver response without becoming overbearing. So I always perk my ears up when I run into a comment marketer who is well liked by their peers, and glean any best practices I can. GL: What about short comments?

[GET] How I Stopped Blackhat Forums & File Sharers Distributing My Products

Viper Chill

Even IM forums share fitness products, courses on productivity, WordPress themes and video courses from independent creators. The forums pass it off to their users in their terms of conditions before you register. Me : Hey Alisha, are you a member of a Blackhat forum called XXXX.

10 Dreadful Mistakes that Kill Your Comments

Kikolani

PageRank 5, Alexa rank about 15K and constantly dropping (in case you are not familiar with how Alexa rank works, the lower the number, the better), a wealth of comments on every post. And blog commenting is still one of the easiest ways to get backlinks.

…and Blog Comment Spam Continues

Ari Herzog

With names such as SEO Forum, SEO Outsourcing, and Herbalife, it is pathetic that despite clear instructions that real names are required when adding comments, people continue to leave comments with their company names or other search engine optimized keywords.

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Thumper’s Rule – Knowing When And How To Avoid An Online Argument

SocMed Sean

As the site owner/community manager, I even had someone threaten to come to my house in person so he could discuss the fact that I edited one of his posts for racist comments. I’d love to hear them in a comment!

Finding Readers Week: Corinne Talks Commenting, Engagement, and Are Forums Right For Your Blog?

ProBlogger

Corinne introduced forums at the beginning of the year and has seen that engagement increase sharply. I understand there’s more to successful blogging than simply getting comments, but I wanted engagement. I had no idea how to find them, so I would comment on the few I knew.

31DBBB Challenge: Join a Forum or a Social Media Group and Start Participating

ProBlogger

One of those places could possibly be a forum or social media group (like a Facebook or LinkedIn Group), and you’re missing out on a wealth of untapped readers if you’re not in there being part of the community too.

Find Readers for Your Blog Through Commenting and Relationships

ProBlogger

Today, we’re going to talk about how to find them in the first place by building community, strengthening relationships, and commenting on other blogs. Today I want to focus on two things: prolific usefulness through commenting , and networking/relational growth.

4 Low Cost Online Marketing Strategies For 2012

Small Business Mavericks

If you can find mom and dad blogs that have a lot of regular commentators, and who also participate regularly through social media, tap into them. Forumsforums are extension of the networking activity. If the forum allows, put a link to your website or blog that other forum users can follow. Forums are another activity that is free, apart from your time. Small Business Internet Marketing blogging forums networking SEO

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Use Forums to Boost Your Blog’s Value

ProBlogger

Most bloggers are appreciative of their readership, but many rarely consider that their existing audience can do more than promote content and keep the comments active. For successful bloggers, it’s quite probable that your readers have more to say than they post in the comments.

Why You Shouldn’t Delete Negative Comments

Small Business Mavericks

You let that comment fly and it’s too late. Whether on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or your local forum, don’t delete the negative comments. They see your profile and dig in a little deep only to find that you’ve deleted comments. And you can’t escape the fact that the comments have already been seen by some of your friends, fans, and followers. So if you don’t delete the comments, what should you do?

Find Your Forum

The Social Media Incubator

Social Media World Forum

Social Media Citizens

Home Content RSS Log in Social Media Citizens Home Case Studies Reports SMC List TOP Lists Video Consulting Portfolio Social Media World Forum March 4th, 2010 by Giedrius Ivanauskas Leave a reply » Share Are you ready? smcitizens ] — October 8th via Twitter Comments ??????

It’s Time to Own Your Social Community

Convince & Convert

Before the rise of MySpace and Facebook and Twitter and Tumblr, the “original” social media was created in the unglamorous yet impactful world of discussion boards and forums. Maybe you leave a funny comment on an Audi post on Facebook, and I chime in and say “great comment, I agree!”

Disable Comments for a Better Blog

ProBlogger

Providing a forum in which people are allowed to say nothing of consequence might be a good idea, but the positives outweigh the negatives. Disable comments. In the past, whenever I did I’d usually receive a comment from the other blogger, thanking me for the link. That would be the comment in its entirety: some variation of “Thanks for linking to me.”. These comments and their brethren did nothing to propel the dialogue. My commenters are my readers.

Davos 2016: DiCaprio, Macri and Biden Dominate the Social Headlines

Talkwalker SM

And indeed, as political leaders, academics, artists, celebrities and more than 1,000 CEOs attended the World Economic Forum in Davos-Klosters to share insights and shape global agendas, the mountain town nearly tripled its population.

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The 4 Challenges of Cause Marketing

Geoff Livingston

Want to be my guest at the Cause Marketing Forum this May 30-31 in Chicago? The best comment wins a free registration worth $1,045.00 A decision will be made tomorrow morning based on comments on both blogs. CSR authenticity Cause cause marketing Cause Marketing Forum Danny Brown Inspiring Generosity slacktivismfor a business or $795 for a nonprofit, compliments of Razoo (also cross-posted on Inspiring Generosity).

Sony Builds Interactive Social Media Hub For 2014 World Cup

The Realtime Report

This online forum, which opened on May 1st, compiles the comments and conversations of soccer fans across the world on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+, organizing them all on one website. The forum will also keep statistics on all 32 teams and their players as the tournament progresses.

Social Media Citizens teams up with Social Marketing Forum

Social Media Citizens

We are teaming up with Social Marketing Forum and Social Email Marketing blog in order to bring more value for our communities. Posted in Social Media News Tags: guest blogger socia media citizens social marketing forum You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0

Get Paid Forums

Social Media Network Marketing

One of the most buzzed methods of earning from the net is via the forums. There are certain forums that pay to post a comment. Forums are great places to meet new persons with a valid set of conversation. Yes image is what you can develop over a period of time amongst your forum members. You need to be open to receive comments in good spirit. mylot.com is a forum site.

…and Blog Comment Spam Continues

Ari Herzog

With names such as SEO Forum, SEO Outsourcing, and Herbalife, it is pathetic that despite clear instructions that real names are required when adding comments, people continue to leave comments with their company names or other search engine optimized keywords.

Can Communities Serve As Perfect Add-On For Your Blog?

Mindjumpers

How does a blogger generally relate to a forum? A place for discussions, comments and some crazy debates over new thoughts. For example, one of them is the application called Forums that I work with. You can add a forum area to your blog community to know your readers mind.

Forums to discuss and earn

Social Media Network Marketing

I have just come on this wonderful site that is a paid forum. What this really means is that whenever you post your comment or request, replies etc they pay you! As we know and understand Forums on the internet are places where one can discuss and get advice on various subject. Ofcourse the forum should have a focus on that topic or else people there will not be able to relate to what you are trying to say. Here is a forum that you can avail of.

Join Me at This Year's newcomm Forum 2009

Social Media Strategery

Events Calendar Subscribe: Posts | Comments | Email Social Media Strategery Best Of Best Practices Enterprise 2.0 Development Social Media Join Me at This Year’s NewComm Forum 2009 Thu, Apr 16, 2009 Prof. Home About Me Speaking Legal-ese My Team Gov 2.0

Affiliate SEO: How Websites Are Ranking in The Most Profitable Niches

Viper Chill

They’re simply registering on tons of forums and profile websites, placing their link in their bio’s, and then ranking well for their keyphrase. Once again I’ve noticed another website which is simply spamming forums (and writing articles) in order to rank for their phrase.

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Case Study of 2 Blog Commenting Truths

Ari Herzog

In his latest article on blog comments , Dave writes: Why I have comments: I hope I might learn something new from the people who read the blog. I get a lot out of that on other forums on the net. Everett disagrees in his latest, also on comments : You might have noticed that I’ve had commenting turned off for the last 4 weeks. Well, I’m back now, but comments aren’t. Everett thinks you are wasting your time by leaving comments.

Negative reviews – Proof that responding works!

The Way of the Web

Each one was from a product manufacturer or retailer who had received a negative review or forum post and wanted to know what they could, and should, do about it. Back when I was Products Editor on motorcyclenews.com , I received a steady trickle of emails and phonecalls on the same theme.

3 Benefits To User-Generated Content

Small Business Mavericks

It can be blog comments, forum posts, guest articles, author bios, or anything that is created by your website’s users and published on your website, blog, forum, or other Web property. Think about comments on your blog, for instance. Allowing such comments allows you to interact with your customers in ways that before were not possible. SEO for Small Business blog comments forum posts SEO UGC user generated content

Feature Friday: How to Increase Web Traffic

Ari Herzog

You can start by leaving quality comments on those blogs and with time you can extend your efforts to guest posting. Use related forums. Forums are places that many people visit everyday to find solutions, enrich their knowledge and find out what other people in their niche are doing.

8 Tactics I Used To Get My First 1,000 Email Subscribers

Socialmouths

Make sure that every blog you guest post for has awesome engagement with their readers you can verify this by looking at the social media shares and by checking how many people comment (10 comments average throughout the blog is good). Check the Forums Members Agreement.

The 29 Best Social Media Monitoring Tools

Webbiquity SMM

The social media monitoring tools listed here do far more, enabling you to monitor brand mentions across social networks and online forums in real time. Retweet, reply, comment, and like relevant content, right from your tagboard.

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Why people don’t get Google+

Janet Fouts

The quick link or the witty comment shared on Twitter has the shelf life of maybe a couple of minutes before it’s buried in the Twitter stream. Google+ is a great social network. I can’t count the number of people I’ve said that to and they didn’t really believe me.

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5 Ways to Check Your Online Reputation

Kikolani

From bad reviews to malicious forum posts to negative word of mouth, your reputation precedes you for good or for ill. It’s worth the effort to sign up to a forum or respond to a blog post and engage your antagonists. How to React to Comments for Your Reputation Management.

The #GetSocialSmart Show Episode 005: How to Show the Love to Your Clients and Your Community

Katie Lance

Leave me a comment below or jump on over to our Social Media Forum Facebook Group and join in the conversation there. It’s episode five of The #GetSocialSmart Show!

Tools for Monitoring Online Conversations: Part 2 of Monitor Your Brand Online

Harp Interactive

Comments. Forums. This blog post is the second in the 2 part series on brand monitoring. In case you missed the first blog post, here is the link: Monitor Your Brand Online.

10 Questions You Should Ask Your Social Media “Expert”, “Guru” or “Wizard”

SocMed Sean

Plenty of social media professionals have experience that goes back to online bulletin boards, forums on CompuServe, Prodigy, and AOL, and online forums. Feel free to share them via comments or tweets!

The #GetSocialSmart Show Episode 003: How to Make the Most Out of Conferences

Katie Lance

Leave me a comment below or in our Social Media Forum Facebook group , let me know if this was helpful for you and if you have other questions about social media, or things you’d like me to cover in this series, we’d love to hear from you.

The #GetSocialSmart Show Episode 011: 3 Tips to Rock Your Facebook Live Broadcasts

Katie Lance

Download my cheat-sheet with 30 Facebook Live Ideas here >> As always, we would love your comments and feedback on this episode! Leave us a comment below or jump on over to our Social Media Forum Facebook Group and join the conversation there!