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Blog Commenting Service That Delivers The Best Results I Have Seen for the Price

February, 2014

Throughout my online marketing journey, I’ve tried plenty of SEO techniques. Some were successful, but others were, in hindsight, probably not a good idea. I’m more of a “do it yourself” kind of person, so I spent quite a bit of time trying to learn the business and discover that “secret formula” everyone but me seems to have. At the end of the day, I had better success using a professional SEO service than my own DIY methods. That’s why I decided to share my experiences with you here. There are some really great and affordable services out there, but sadly, not many people are talking about them. There’s also quite a few services that you need to avoid like the plague. I’ve seen success and I’ve been burned by the SEO services I’ve tried. Take a look at this following disaster which happened to one of my smaller sites:

First, let me just briefly tell you about my main site. When I was trying to boost my rankings, my site was three years old. While I won’t share much about the content of my site, I can tell you that it was in the health niche.

One of the first services I tried was Explode SEO. I was first drawn to them because their SEO approach was spot on – at least on paper.They offer onsite and offsite optimization as well as reports, tracking and website analysis. The biggest issue I experienced was with the cost of the service. Their online pricing page was vague – and that’s putting it nicely. I had to first message them to clarify how their packages work and what my project would really cost. Although it was a bit out of my budget range, I took the plunge and decided to give it a try. I saw my site jump a few spots, but it was really nothing to write home about.

Boost SEO was my second choice. I’ve seen their service praised by others in the business and their SEO page was pretty convincing. In the very least, they seemed to know what they were talking about. Again though, these guys did not list the cost of their service in an easy-to-find way. I had to message them too to get a quote on my SEO project. Because of the positive reviews they had, I jumped through hoops to get a quote on my project and get started using their services. I saw some positive movement with their services and I was quite pleased at first. Ultimately, the results plateaued and the benefits just didn’t outweigh the cost, and believe me – it was costly.

SEOYo and QualityCommentsSEO, a blog commenting service, were the last two services I decided to try. Just so you know, SEOYo is expensive. This is not a cheap SEO service and really, it’s just not suitable for everyone. If you have an affiliate site or an AdSense blog, their service may just be a little too much. QualityComments is actually a blog commenting service and they were more in my price range than the other services I tried. I really liked the fact that their packages were simple and straightforward. I knew what I was going to pay and exactly what I was going to get.

Believe it or not, I found that the blog commenting service provided the best results. Did it skyrocket my site to the #1 spot in the SERPs? Absolutely not, but they never claimed their services would. It did bump my rankings quite a bit, though and helped round out my link portfolio.

Here, just to give you an example of what it did for me (medium competition):

I also bought some social signals (drip feed) from Fiverr to give my site more authority. But yeah, to sum it up, I would recommend you to give QualityCommentsSEO.com a try (visit their website) and in addition keep those social signals flowing to your site:)