Thanksgiving Moments

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  2. The obvious way to do this is to use an RSS reader. Personally, I like to use Hootsuite for this. I create a separate tab that houses my RSS feeds so I can glance at them whenever I check my other networks and leave a comment early on a new piece of content.
    If you aren’t already familiar with your target list of blogs, you may want to spend a few days just reading their content and getting familiar with their style and community of commenters. Make sure you know the lay of the land before diving in and commenting.

  3. As an example, one of my comments on Moz has generated 25 visits in the last few weeks and is the 14th comment. A visitor has to do a substantial amount of scrolling before seeing that comment, but because that community expects to see great information in the comments as well, it still generates a fair amount of traffic.
    I’ve commented on popular blogs late in the game after the initial “feeding frenzy” was done, and still got a solid amount of traffic because of the relevancy of the comment itself.

  4. Every blog is different, and over time each blog’s particular “window” should appear more clear to you. If you’re targeting a blog you’re less familiar with, it’s best to try to post early at first and see what kind of impact you see. Then you can experiment by changing certain components around (speed, type of comment, etc). That’s where measuring the results of commenting comes into play.
    It may seem a little strange to measure blog commenting, but this step is a must. It’s like anything else – if you don’t measure your efforts, you’ll never know where you’re getting the most bang for your buck.

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