Can we get visitors by leaving our comments on other blogs or websites?,Well the answer is yes.But there are some points that needs to be considered.First Post comments on other sites with a link pointing back to your site.How many of us Click the commentators name to visit their site?.Because more people left their comments on other sites normally but you have to get attention from other readers by leaving insightful comments although you get the attention of author easily.
As far as I concerned,I get more visitors by leaving comments on other blogs and websites.Commenting often on popular sites will bring you visitors and commenting on do-follow sites will bring you traffic as well as your site get's quickly indexed in the search results.As far as I concerned,commenting on the chat widgets like Cbox,shoutmix etc.., will bring more visitors for me rather than commenting on the blog posts,but it doesnt give you a backlink if you comment on the Chat widget of a do-follow site.The reason iscommenting on Chat widgets is easy when compared to commenting on Blog posts but you need to get the readers attention(i.e Trick).Posting Comments often on Blog posts of popular blogs will bring you visitors definitely eventhough you dont get massive amounts of traffic but surely you get the attention of some other sites which will give you traffic by linking anyone of your posts if your site was flourished with good content.I found my small banner(they added my code) in many sites in which I just made a comment on their Chat widgets.Commenting on related blogs will brings you more chances of bringing relevant Link Exchange.You should be an expert in something thats,y experts get traffic.This way to get traffic requires patience though but we have to follow all things required for traffic and to become a successful blogger.
Flickr is an image and video hosting website, web services suite, and online community platform. It was one of the earliest Web 2.0 applications. In addition to being a popular Web site for users to share personal photographs, the service is widely used by bloggers as a photo repository.Its popularity has been fueled by its organization tools, which allow photos to be tagged and browsed by folksonomic means.As of November 2007(update),it claims to host more than 2 billion images.
Here are the items you should complete:
Buddy Icon. The avatar size is a small 48 x 48 so upload and use an avatar that is noticeable and visually appealing. You can either use your favorite image, company logo or site brand.
Screen name: You would have already chosen this earlier but you can edit it now if necessary. McGee sests that you could use your site URL as the screen name but I don’t think that’s really important. You can use the handle that you’ve always used around the web or simply go with your brand, site title or an abbreviated version of your name.
Profile: Write a little about yourself or your business and include some relevant links (link to your About page etc). HTML is accepted so use proper anchor text links instead of a string of URLs. You might want to add in your location and some of your interests to personalize your profile even more.
Your Flickr Web Addresses: You can create your own Flickr web address which makes it easier to share your pictures with others.