How to Use CommentLuv to Easily Get Blog Comments

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CommentLuv helps bloggers get traffic.

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Do you play detective?

I do. Every night.

I check Site Stats, Referrers on my blog’s dashboard, and if I see any links I don’t recognize, I investigate.

One night I discovered my link was on a site containing a CommentLuv Directory.

What is CommentLuv, and why does the site administrator consider CommentLuv so important she has a directory of CommentLuv users on her site?

She is here today to tell you. Please welcome my guest author Beth McIntire.

Why I Use CommentLuv For My Blog

In case you’re not familiar with CommentLuv, it’s a blog commenting platform with a unique twist. CommentLuv not only makes it simple for readers to leave comments on your blog, but it also offers an added bonus of letting them leave a link to one of their own recent blog posts. I discovered and began using CommentLuv shortly after starting my blog, LivingwithBeth.com.

Once I started using CommentLuv, I wanted to support other bloggers who use it, so I created a list of CommentLuv enabled blogs.

Most experts on Internet marketing, blogging and SEO emphasize the importance of reader engagement, including social sharing and comments on posts. On one of my favorite SEO blogs, QuickSprout, Neil Patel provides data proving that search traffic improves with increases in reader comments and writes about the benefits of responding to your blog’s comments. Besides the possibility of drawing more traffic to my site, I really wanted to encourage readers to engage with my blog posts and share their thoughts and feedback.

I can’t tell you how often I give up commenting on a blog post when it insists that I log in to a service or site, or create an account somewhere. Of course, bloggers need to use whatever comment system works best for them, but I wanted to make it super easy for readers to comment. To me, that meant not putting up any roadblocks or making people jump through hoops.

If you Google “benefits of CommentLuv,” though, you’ll find a bunch of writers trashing CommentLuv for various reasons. Here are some of the main arguments leveled against CommentLuv, which I call the Top 5 Myths of CommentLuv. 

Popular Blogs Don’t Use It, So It Must Not Be Worthwhile

Bloggers have numerous choices when it comes to commenting platforms, including Facebook, Disqus and JetPack Comments. Hugely popular blogs don’t need to encourage comments – comments come about naturally due to their thousands upon thousands of readers. Bloggers still building their readership may want to give people that extra nudge toward leaving comments, making it a seamless process, and allowing them to leave their links behind as part of their calling cards.

Plus, many popular bloggers actually do use CommentLuv, such as Blogelina, Budget Girl, Saving Money Never Goes Out of Style, top social influencer Marji J. Sherman, and this wonderful site, Mostly Blogging.

CommentLuv Encourages Spam Comments

I didn’t notice significantly more spam comments after switching from JetPack Comments to CommentLuv, but I also use the Akismet plug-in to filter most of the junk. In addition, I can easily remove links from comments without removing an entire comment.

CommentLuv Hurts SEO and Decreases Search Traffic

My blog ranks well for many keywords, and my rankings continue on the upswing. You’d think that if CommentLuv damaged my blog’s SEO, that wouldn’t be the case.

CommentLuv Breeds Frivolous Comments

I haven’t noticed many meaningless comments like “great post” on my blog with CommentLuv. As mentioned above, I can delete links if I feel someone has left a comment just for the link juice, but I rarely need to do that.

CommentLuv Decreases Average Time on Page

Some bloggers believe that CommentLuv attracts drive-by commenters – those who type a few words, enter their link and leave without reading the post – which can hurt important search metrics such as average time on page. My site has an average time on page of just over 3 minutes, which I think disproves the idea that people are quickly commenting and exiting.

Does CommentLuv Lead to More Comments?

It’s impossible to tell for sure whether my blog would have more (or fewer) comments without CommentLuv, since I didn’t spend a lot of time not using it and don’t want to stop using it. Regardless, I feel better about making commenting as painless a process as possible. It’s important to me that readers can easily express their thoughts, feelings and questions.

Blogging isn’t a one-way street. It’s meant to be highly interactive, and I’m thrilled when a post receives tons of comments, like this one did. I still use the free version of CommentLuv, but I’ve talked with other bloggers who use the paid version and think it was worth every penny.

How About You?

Does CommentLuv make it any more or less likely that you’ll comment on a blog post?

Beth McIntire writes for LivingWithBeth.com, where she shares reviews, giveaways, sales, deals, how-to advice, tips, recipes and general lifestyle posts. She lives in Raleigh, NC with her husband, two daughters and cat. Read more of her blogging related posts at this link.

Me again:

I thought Beth wrote a great article.  She gave the reasons you should be using CommentLuv, and then countered common objections against it.

We really appreciate Beth coming here today to explain what CommentLuv is and its value for bloggers.

If you would also like to guest blog for Mostly Blogging, here is the link explaining the criteria and the instructions for submission.

Before you go and install CommentLuv, please go show Beth some comment love and visit her blog.

I’d LOVE it if you shared this post, so other bloggers can learn about the value of CommentLuv.

Readers, what do you think?  Do you think CommentLuv is something you might try?  Have you already tried it?  What is your experience?  Do you think it helps get more comments and traffic? I look forward to your views.

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  1. Bun Karyudo at 4:13 am

    Yes, I started using it after I saw it being used by a number of bloggers I like. It works pretty well. Occasionally, it can fail to get information from a particular commenters site, so they can still comment but their latest blog post isn’t mentioned. One other little point is that if I ever reply to a comment from the site itself rather than from my dashboard, it also puts a link to my latest post, which is a little embarrassing, especially since it’s usually the page I’m already on.
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  2. Melinda at 7:28 am

    Janice, what an adorably appropriate picture! Beth does a great job promoting CommentLuv. Whenever I’ve used it on other sites, I’ve loved it. So, I guess I need to investigate adding it to mine.
    I’ll go over and visit her now.
    Your BBFF, Melinda
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    • Janice Wald at 10:26 pm

      Hi Antionette,
      Thank you so much for reading my guest author’s post and commenting. I have read different philosophies regarding commenting.
      Previously, if I had to sign in and I was rushing, which was most of the time, I did not comment.
      Then, I found if I commented even if it meant signing in, I received traffic from those blogs. People read my comment and clicked my link. I like traffic, so now I try to take the time to comment which helps the blogger and potentially myself.
      Janice
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    • Tessa at 7:33 pm

      I hate going through all the sign ins in order to comment. I am signed into WordPress at all times and don’t have to sign in to most blogs I read. It is mostly the self-hosters. I prefer to just click and comment if I am interested in even leaving a comment. I don’t think all blogs need a comment. The like button is great for WP blogs because then at least they know I was there and read it.
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  3. Kathy at 2:26 pm

    Hi Janice AND Beth! I have been using Comment Luv Premium for over a year now and am happy to do so. I feel that it is something small that I can do for other bloggers to help them build links and show them that I really appreciate them coming by and leaving a comment. There are so many blogs out there that it is nice to work together and help one another. I will also admit that if I see another blogger has Comment Luv on her/his site I will make a special effort to leave a comment–but if they don’t, sometimes it is way to time consuming. I will definitely go to Beth’s site and I’m looking forward to checking out her lists of other blogs that use it. Thanks for the great info! ~Kathy
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  4. Haralee at 2:33 pm

    I like comment Luv because it shows me who has commented and I can return the favor easily. I am guilty of a quick, “great post”, not that I am looking for the return but I am acknowledging I read the post and I thought indeed it was great! I will try and be more wordy in my comments so I am not considered a drive by commenter.
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  5. Debby Gies at 3:04 pm

    Thanks for explaining the difference between all these comment plugins. I was wondering what comment luv was. I’m not sure about changing from jetpack though, as I’m a ‘ if it aint broken, don’t fix’ kind of girl. I will say again though, every time I comment here (which is a lot) I’m forced to sign in my credentials every time, whereas, with other comment plugins, after the first time, commenters are recognized and don’t have to keep filling in. 🙂

  6. Gail Gardner at 2:41 pm

    It is easy to prove that CommentLuv does indeed increase your comments. Simply go out and comment on active CommentLuv using blogs like AdrienneSmith.net or any of the others you can find in the post I’ll put in CommentLuv. When I can make time to comment my traffic increases by 50-70% immediately and over time it doubles.

    Compare your traffic before and after and also count your average comments before and then again once you start being active in the CommentLuv community. I assure you it works. But remember, you must go out and comment – not just wait for others to discover you. They probably won’t. It is your commenting on active blogs that pulls them in.

    The CommentLuv community is very friendly and makes it easy to connect with others. Comment for a while, follow them on social media, share their content – and then ask if you can guest post. That is how you can go from a new blog with really low numbers to being well known with a thriving community.
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  10. Mark at 1:19 pm

    Janice thanks so much for featuring Beth.

    She really did an awesome job of both explaining
    the many benefits of using (either) the free or paid
    versions of the CommentLuv software.

    As well as debunking several of the misleading myth.

    Like so many others, I initially started off with the free version, but
    quickly upgraded to the full blown paid version.

    And like Beth shared, it offers so many positive benefits to
    the users.

    Thanks for sharing some extremely helpful information Beth! And
    thanks so much for showcasing her Janice!
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    • Beth McIntire at 7:40 am

      Hi Akshat, I’ve never heard of uninstalling CommentLuv breaking someone’s blog, but I guess anything is possible. It’s a good idea to either backup your blog regularly or make sure your hosting provider does regular backups that are easy to restore from. That way, you can recover if any plug-in causes problems. Hope this helps.
      –Beth
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  11. Kevin Young at 2:03 am

    Great share!!

    Niche relevancy is really important while making comments on blogs as Google gives more value to those blog comments which are more niche relevant.

    Your little efforts can do a lot in terms of driving traffic to your website.

  12. Fred at 1:41 pm

    Recently learned about the Commentluv feature, doesn’t seem like a whole lot of blogs are using it but I feel like it can be a useful tool to encourage more commenting about bloggers (which is a good thing!) I don’t see any reason why it would have a negative effect on SEO,

    I suppose some people may think it could encourage spam but that seems unlikely, and it’s good to hear that confirmed in Beth’s blog post here. Interesting post!
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  13. Ashley Jones at 4:42 am

    I have been blogging for almost 5 years, but it wasn’t until about a year ago that I truly saw the power of commenting. As soon as I started commenting on different blogs, I noticed the traffic to my site increased. By utilizing the commentluv plugin on those blogs, I also notice traffic from the commentluv links.

    Usually posts that provide a list of items, I will usually mention a few items that I thought were the most important aspect of the topic. Or I like to add my own item to the list ;).
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    • Janice Wald at 8:12 pm

      Hi Ashley,
      I’m sorry I didn’t reply to your comments on my CommentLuv article sooner. I’m on a cruise ship paying for Internet minutes. Your comments are a true testimonial to both the value of commenting on blogs (so many people say they don’t have time) and the value of the CommentLuv plugin. Thanks for writing and sharing them.
      Janice
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  14. Elise Forsyth Mort at 4:36 am

    Thankyou for a useful list, I’m sure you have saved us all a lot of time by providing this resource.
    This is not a criticism but I would like to point out to you though, the way the list is formatted on the page here is not great, the reason being when copied and pasted into a txt file, Word doc or spreadsheet it is transposed as one big block with all the URLs following on from each other rather than each one on a separate line.
    You may also want to update the text on the page regarding Google PR or Page rank. as you may know public PR has not been updated for almost two years and is no longer a very useful or reliable metric, based on Penguins and Panda updates.
    Google still uses PR internally though.

    • Janice Wald at 11:02 am

      Hi Elise,
      1. As far as the URL’s on top of each other, I don’t understand. Where are you referencing? Do you mean in Beth’s blogroll on her site? She was the guest author of the CommentLuv article.
      2. I have a question for you regarding what you wrote about Google page rank. I am aware Google does not use PR anymore. However, you said it still uses it internally? What does that mean? I would appreciate your answer since I am planning a post that says Google PR is obsolete.
      Thanks,
      Janice
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  15. Stacey Loring at 5:50 pm

    I’m migrating over to WordPress and I’m currently using Disqius on blogger. I like Disquis but sometimes it doesn’t seem to work and my readers were leaving comments on the horrible blogger commenting platform, which left me not able to respond. That totally turned me off from using Disquis. I love the look of Commentluv, and like how you can find some new blogs to read buy seeing others comments. Regardless what system you use, we will always get spammed. This was a great article because it answered a lot of the cons I hear from other people. We all need to do research and figure out what works best for our own needs.
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    • Janice Wald at 6:04 pm

      Hi Stacey,
      I can relate to the stress you are reporting. I started on blogger. People were unable to comment unless they had a Google accounts. I have been extremely happy on word press. I heard mixed about using discus, but after reading what you wrote, I am glad I never tried it. Thank you for reaching out and sharing your experience. I’m glad you found the article helpful. I agree with what you wrote about the advantages of CommentLuv. I feel people are more likely to comment on a blog, if they see CommentLuv is there.
      Janice

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  17. Crafty Sprout at 4:21 pm

    Commentluv is a very powerful commenting plugin everyone must have in his or her blog.

    Because it pulls comment lovers to leave valuable comment on a new or older blogs.

    I have purchased the business premium plan of commentluv plugin on my blog.

    I hope you guys come and comment on my blog, I will definitely reciprocate a reasonable comment on your blog post.

    Thank You

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  18. Minuca Elena at 2:01 am

    Hi Janice and Beth,

    Great post. I think that comment luv has a beautiful look, comparative with Disqus. Also, I like that is easy to leave the feedback. I hate when I have to add a captcha code for a comment or even worse to select images with palm trees or stuff like that. I don’t believe it’s a bad thing the fact that readers are attracted by the do follow backlink as long as that visitors at least scans the post and writes a good comment. Bloggers comment on sites from the same niche as they are so they could come on your blog for the “wrong reason” and come back because they like your blog.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Minuca
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  19. Trisha at 11:54 am

    Thanks for this post. I read about Comment Luv some time ago, but never really dug into it much.
    After reading your article…I may just have to put it on my blog.

    • Janice Wald at 9:27 pm

      Hi Panks,
      Did I mention earlier I love your cute avatar? Did you look at my Domain Authority? I feel complimented by your comment. Thank you! People tell me I have a decent Domain Authority, so I guess I’m proud of it. Thanks for making my ego feel good and your interest in my CommentLuv article.
      Seriously, I’m so happy about CommentLuv, I have paid for the premium version. Thanks for writing.
      Janice
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  20. Jack helmen at 8:42 pm

    Thanks for sharing………….. I just installed it on my blog the other day, so I can’t say if it has increased comments yet or not. But I know I’m a bit more likely to comment if I see a blog has it, so I’m sure it’s working for a lot of people.

  21. rybmarketing at 6:29 am

    Appreciate your sharing………….. I just installed it on my blog the other day, and so i can’t say if it has grown comments yet or not. But I actually know I’m a lttle bit more likely to comment if I get a blog has it, so I’m certain is actually working for a whole lot of people.

  22. The Travel Ninjas at 10:32 pm

    Wow thank you so much for posting this! I have been on the fence for a while about installing Commentluv on my site due to all of the info out there stating that it would negatively impact my site. After reading your post it has made me rethink my position and I am getting ready to go install it now. Out of curiosity, how do you find blogs that are using Commentluv? Thanks again! 🙂

  23. The Travel Ninjas at 10:38 pm

    Sorry, another question… What rules do you have in place to decide which to make “dofollow”? Do you let your users know? I’m looking into buying the premium version and you mentioned that you can create rules with it so I was wondering if you would mind sharing which “rules” have worked out the best for you.

  24. gadgetssai at 11:24 pm

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  25. Joseph at 12:03 am

    Very good post. I read about Comment Luv some time ago, but never truly dug into it much.
    After reading your article… I might just have to put it on my blog.

  26. Donna at 5:22 pm

    Hi, Janice – Your blog is becoming a great reference for me to search back posts when I have a blogging question or dilemma. I was happily using CommentLuv (and found that it helped to significantly reduce spam on my site). I then heard from a regular reader that she was not able to comment from some of her devices (e.g. Ipad — blocked as spam). I also heard back from another regular reader who said that since I switched to CommentLuv, she does not receive notification when I reply to her comment (and she had assumed that I wasn’t replying). She does not want to receive notification of all comments on my site – just the ones in response to her comments. Do you know if there is a way around this (I use self-hosted WordPress)? Thanks for your help.
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  27. Radha at 9:37 pm

    Yes I agree commentluv supports seo be it paid or for free.It support bloggers and various sites to promote their business .Hats Off for supporting other blogs .Well done keep it up.

  28. Charles Onwugbene at 12:15 pm

    Hi Janice,
    Thanks for this educative post on the benefits of using CommentLuv. I need to try it out and see how it helps my blog. I am actually getting to understand it better with your post. If it helps to support bloggers get more comments and exposure then it is a good way to go. Thank you all the same.

  29. mani at 12:20 pm

    Thank you for this! I was completely out of ideas on how to reengage my current subscribers. Adding this page to my favorites so I don’t forget.

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  32. Lea at 9:10 am

    I just found your blog. Thank you for this information. I don’t have a blog but plan to later this year. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate the information you are sharing.

    To answer your question as a non-blogger I find that I am more comfortable commenting on blogs that have commentluv. It’s easier and faster for me as a reader. As a future blogger I want it to be easier for my readers to comment.

  33. JoeHx at 8:47 am

    I’ve believe CommentLuv uses your site’s RSS feed… Which is nice, because then commenters don’t have to subscribe to CommentLuv or use anything more complicated than a properly formatted RSS file to use it. For instance, my blog is not a WordPress blog, and I don’t use CommentLuv on my blog (I don’t know if I can), but the option is still available to me on blogs that have CommentLuv, and it properly shows my blog posts.
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    • Janice Wald at 9:01 pm

      Hi Joe,
      I installed Grammarly (which I pay for) years ago. I don’t remember beyond that. When I read you don’t use WordPress, I clicked your link (which I can see due to my having CommentLuv =)). You blog at GitHub? I never heard of it. Is it new? What are the advantages over WordPress? Thanks for writing.
      Janice
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      • JoeHx at 6:36 am

        I don’t think GitHub is new, but I think it is newer than WordPress. (Wikipedia says WordPress was first released May 27, 2003, where GitHub was founded February 8, 2008). It’s more aimed at programmers as the main Github site (https://github.com/) hosts a lot of open source software.

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    • Janice Wald at 10:48 am

      Hi Nini,
      CommentLuv is in transition. Currently, no one is supporting it. I heard someone was going to take it over but I don’t think he has yet. In the meantime, try to follow the instructions you can. Thanks for writing.
      Janice

  35. Ankush at 9:06 am

    Thank you for sharing this helpful information. I was searching for this information for a long time because I don’t know about the CommentLuv. I also want to add this on my blog.

    • Janice Wald at 3:34 pm

      Hi Cannon,
      Thanks for writing me. I don’t know. I’ve heard negative things about Disqus and I wasn’t too impressed by it. I am a huge fan of CommentLuv, as you read in my post. CommentLuv encourages comments since we can see each other’s headlines. Thanks for commenting.
      Janice

  36. mobilepackages at 10:57 pm

    Hi Janice
    Such a Great post and a well-written article for SEO too. Comment luv has a clean and great look, comparative with Disqus. Also, I like to say that its very easy to leave the feedback. I hate when I have to add a captcha code for a comment or even worse to select images with palm trees or other blurry things. If I say that it’s a bad thing the fact that readers are attracted by the do follow backlink as long as that visitors at least scan the post and writes a good comment. Bloggers comment on sites from the same niche as they are so they could come on your blog for the “wrong reason” and come back because they like your blog.

    Thanks and keep sharing
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    • Janice Wald at 4:05 pm

      Hi Mobile Packages,
      Thanks for your comments on my CommenLuv article and your compliments. I agree with you. I also prefer CommentLuv to Disquis. I’ve had trouble commenting on Disquis blogs but never on CommentLuv blogs. I also don’t like to leave a captcha code. I don’t think anyone does. I appreciate your in-depth thoughtful comments.
      Janice

  37. stephen micheal at 3:41 am

    Bravo!!!! Your blog is an inspiration for guys like me who are trying to succeed in the world of SEO. Thanks for sharing, I know this will really be if big help to we guys here. keep on with the good work

    • Janice Wald at 2:08 am

      Hi Ruby,
      Thanks for commenting. You should get more comments as a result of using the plugin. You may get more traffic as well since people will also be able to see your headlines.
      Janice

  38. Jitender Sharma at 4:41 am

    Nice post! I personally like to read marketing blogs, watch inspirational videos on YouTube and talk to fellow marketing professionals to keep myself inspired to create marketing content.

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