Some Domain Blogs are flooded with unreliable commentors

I usually leave comments on a few domain blogs. Many commentors start conflict with me. It appears they’re trying to manipulate mass opinion.

Blogs attract advanced, intermediate and beginner traffic. Most of the page views are due to visitors leaving comments. These visitors are not considered quality traffic.

Page views are attributed to total page loads. Visitors that use domain blogs to find information are usually new domain investors. Domain newbies represent the target market to click on sponsor ads.

Sponsors are known to approach high traffic blogs. There are affiliate programs, and then you’ll notice advertiser banners. Advertisers pay a set rate to display such banners on websites.

Whenever a poster discredits your comments, disregard them. They probably perceive you as a threat. Don’t always believe comments you read on domain blogs.

Domain blogs willing to educate domain investors on how to buy and sell domains are reliable. Ignore the rhetoric you hear from opposing commentors. There are far too many commentors that gloat on their premiere domains.

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