CommentLuv Enabled blogs.
Some of you know that I’ve been on a quest to create such a list to help you, my readers, and myself to find the best CommentLuv enabled blogs to engage and network with, build relationships, and yes, build quality one way links.
Little I knew how time-consuming this will be: it literally took me weeks to compile the CommentLuv enabled blog list you see below.
This is not just any CommentLuv enabled list though.
These are QUALITY blogs, all related to the internet marketing niche in one way or another, so you get relevant links back to your blog.
My CommentLuv Enabled List Criteria
1. PR2 and above:
All my CommentLuv enabled blogs are PR2 and above.
Why did I skip everything below PR2?
Time constraints. That simple.
Limiting the list to PR2 blogs and above made my task more or less manageable; plus, commenting on higher authority blogs yields higher authority backlinks.
2. ACTIVE blogs only:
You won’t find any abandoned blogs on my CommentLuv enabled blog list as of the time of the writing of this post – no one who hasn’t published a post in over a month made the list.
So when you leave a comment, you know it’ll be published (unless you are spamming the blogs, in which case this list won’t do you any good).
Believe it or not, I commented on pretty much every single CommentLuv enabled blog listed here – that’s another reason it took me so long.
3. Internet Marketing Niche Blogs
As I already mentioned, all of the blogs listed are in internet marketing/work from home/technology niches, since that’s what most of us would find relevant to our own blogs.
Update: due to high demand, I started a separate section for non-IM niches at the bottom of the post.
CommentLuv Enabled List “Sitemap”
CommentLuv wasn’t the only thing I searched for on all CommentLuv enabled blogs.
I also looked to see if the blogs used KeywordLuv, whether they were Dofollow or Nofollow (don’t let that guide your decision on which blogs to comment on – you need both types of links), and whether those CommentLuv enabled blogs let you choose your last post only or require registration.
So here are the explanations for the notes you’ll see after each CommentLuv enabled listing:
KL / no KL - the blog is KeywordLuv enabled / not enabled
DF - Dofollow blog
Note: some blogs are a mixture of Dofollow and Nofollow. For instance, they offer dofollow links under the commentator name, but nofollow their CommentLuv links.
NF - Nofollow blog
CL Premium – since the recent release of CommentLuv Premium version, I started marking the blogs that have it because they provide additional benefits to the readers.