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Premium CommentLuv Engages and Rewards Your Readers

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Premium CommentLuv lets you set up sophisticated rewards for your blog commenters.

People leave comments on blogs for many reasons. Sometimes it’s just to express an opinion.  

Commenting on other blogs is also free advertising for your blog.  Any guide for beginning bloggers will tell you that commenting is vital to increasing your site’s visibility.  Networking is a full third of the blogging triad.

After the value of commenting was demonstrated, Andy Bailey invented CommentLuv, the plugin that revolutionized website commenting.

CommentLuv the WordPress plugin now comes in two flavors:  free and premium.

The CommentLuv Plugin

Free CommentLuv gives your blog the power to allow folks leaving comments to specify a keyword associated with their blog’s content.  The free version also lets you give commenters an opportunity to list one of their latest post titles. 

You can test-drive the free version by searching “CommentLuv” in WordPress’s Add New plugin function.  The free version is awesome.  But it’s only puppy luv.

Premium CommentLuv is much more powerful.  

I just installed it.  The premium version adds more opportunities for both the blog owner and the commenter.  If a commenter tweets their comment to Titter, or shares it on Facebook, they receive more options to select the posts they want to advertise.

Premium Comment Luv also gives you the ability set whether a comment is “followed” by search engine crawlers.  This is called Do Follow as opposed to No Follow, which is the default setting of WordPress.  Do Follow versus No Follow is briefly explained in this article about a list of Comment Luv enabled sites.

It’s Kind of Like the Birds and the Bees

If a site has a high ranking, the “juice”is more valuable.  By visiting your site and leaving a comment, a reader gets the equivalent of what bees and hummingbirds get from flowers. The rich nectary goodness travels back to the commenter’s blog.

How Much Detail Did Your Uncle Jed or Whomever Provide?

The birds and bees story has two sides.  A flower offers nectar as an inducement for hummingbirds and bees to visit.  And as the nectar-sucking visitors depart, the flower dusts them with a magic powder called pollen.  When the bird or bee visits another flower, they drop off some of that pollen which carries DNA.  The second flower uses the DNA to have a baby. The details are somewhat complicated.  

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All you really need to know is that it’s a win-win for the birds, bees and the flowers.

Premium Comment Luv makes your site attractive to commenters

Imagine your site as a beautiful flower, exuding a wonderful scent and dispensing tasty nectar.  Comment Luv sites are sought out by commenters.  

A Piece of the Action

Premium Comment Luv currently also lets your blog become an affiliate.  If a reader clicks through and buys the plugin, your site gets a piece of the action.  

Becoming attractive.  Dispensing nectar. Getting to promote a great product — well I couldn’t resist!  I’m a proud user and affiliate.

What Is Your Time Worth?

Is the idea of paying for a plugin a turn-off?  If you are taking the time to write interesting blogs, commenting on other blogs, and visiting social networks to bring visibility to your site, you are already investing.  Compare that effort with the price of premium Comment Luv.

Andy Bailey, the brilliant author of CommentLuv put in the hard work to engineer a system that puts you in control, transforming comments into a flexible tool to reward and benefit from commenting symbiosis.  As this article on “lichen blogging” explains, “symbiosis” translates to “win-win” in the natural world.  

If you leave comments, you already are a bird or a bee.  But that’s just half of the symbiosis win-win.

Premium Comment Luv gives you a gold membership in the web-wide “commenting ecosystem.”

You don’t just get the plugin, you become a premium member, with full access to instructions and training videos.  Premium CommentLuv even supplies easy-to-use affiliate banners that install anywhere in seconds.  See them plastered all over this post!

 

The CommentLuv Plugin

Do Your Homework

Invest a few minutes and watch the video that explains the benefits.  Do you use G.A.S.P. the amazingly effective anti-spam plugin?  So does Premium CommentLuv, which also replaces six other plugins.

News flash: You are already a user of premium CommentLuv

Even if you only use CommentLuv to leave comments, you are already part of the revolution in blog commenting, incentives, and integration with social networks.  

Hey why not take a few minutes away from writing blogs to see if it makes sense to go premium?

 

The CommentLuv Plugin

NEWS FLASH! — Andy Bailey, inventor of CommentLuv has launched his latest campaign.  Be among the first to get the news!  Even if you choose not to enter your e-mail to start getting updates, at least you will get to see and hearmarketing genius and programmer Andy Bailey, almost live and in person  <——–  just by clicking here.   NEWS FLASH

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64 thoughts on “Premium CommentLuv Enabled”

  1. I have to agree with Ana, Ileane and others about CLUV premium. I usually don’t spend money on plugins. But I have been using the free version for a while and I just loved it.

  2. Hi
    Is comment luv just for word press or will it work on any format as I didn’t use word press when I set up my blog and am thinking of getting comment luv on my blog?????.

    Await reply lee
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  3. I agree the premium commentluv is so powerful, but it must not be abused. Once abused, then expect some problems in your website in search engines soon.

  4. Very interesting update for commentluv. I love the idea behind the system. It increases and rewards people that come and add value added comments to your blog. I think this sort of thing will increase in the future to encourage a lot more valuable feedback from great posts out there.
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  5. yes,you are right,the CommentLuv give us to comments to specify a keyword associated with blog’s content…it is really helpful to the seo.

  6. i really want a premium membership for fantage i have for a while so if any1 can help me thank, oh and i cant pay for the account so please just dont comment saying that and thank you all

  7. By using this CommentLuv plugin, commenter shows their interest in comment and shares some information and give advice. Premium version have great feature that it can use social networking sites and this will be helpful to increase your blog popularity.

  8. Many people talking about commentluv. Even I don;t know the benefit of it. Just make people come and make comment…is it make money flow ? Yeah, I have a blog about food and recipes but I have no idea to make it bigger

  9. What a fantastic and full summary of what commentluv has to offer, I wrote my little blog on the subject, but I’m going to come back and read yours in more detail cos I don’t think I have grasped all the features yet.
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  10. As a commentator at times, I am after the commentluv benefit offered by a blog. Yet, the process won’t stop from there because as I read the article and find interesting links in it, there’s no second thought of clicking them right away. And lucky enough for a blogger especially if he knows how to write a really interesting post, I will always take time to read existing posts and comment on those posts. Or bookmark it right on the spot.
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    1. James, the CommentLuv linkback is the initial reward but I know that I keep going back to great sites that just happen to use CommentLuv. Based on my reading the first linkback is the only one Google counts, but gee whiz its nice to get a choice of posts (and pages) to promote repeatedly and when the site has great content . . . yes, I go back! I tend to do one of several of things to remind myself to return. One way is to subscribe to new posts notification by e-mail or RSS, another is to click the “notify me of follow-up comments, another is to follow on Twitter or Facebook. You can also sign up for the newsletter. And as you mention, a good old fashioned bookmark (although I tend to forget to check those). I use all these methods. When I find a good site I don’t want to lose track of it!
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  11. Many bloggers find commentluv premium useful for their blogs. I actually read one post that the blogger was able to decrease the bounce rate of his blog right after he started to use this commentluv paid version. I am sure there are lots of people out there who started to find the usefulness of this one.
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    1. Definitely, Adrian, reduced bounce rate and additional time on page have been my experience. It makes perfect sense. When a person comments, they are staying on your page much longer. Of course they click when they set their CommentLuv preferences, etc. so you are not getting a bounce.

      Don’t get me wrong, I still get bounces — search engine traffic is especially “bouncy.” But a blogger who comments not only stays awhile but is more likely to return. When readers click on his or her promoted article, a commenter is likely to be curious why and from where people are coming. The commenter checks out your site again, and possibly leaves another comment!
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      1. It totally makes sense. As a commenter, there’s a high chance for me to visit a blog again if…
        1. I get useful information from the blog.
        2. The blogger is friendly.
        3. Of course the link building benefit like with commentluv.

        I know its a bit tough to have all of these, but since its been a long time that I constantly communicate with other blogs, I guess these 3 are the most important factors for me.
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        1. Adrian, these are the same reasons I go back to blogs. As I mentioned in another response to a comment, Google (and other search engines) only count the first linkback as additional “authority” for your site. But the ability to promote different posts (and pages) when I have CommentLuv Premium, has me returning to friendly blogs. It does make sense to find many new sites to build your linkback portfolio. But Andy Bailey’s plugin makes the process fun!
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  12. I have to agree with Ana, Ileane and others about CLUV premium. I usually don’t spend money on plugins. But I have been using the free version for a while and I just loved it. And so when the premium version came out, I just had to have it. And I am glad I did get it. It truly is one of the best (if not the best) plugin as far as community, building relationships, commenting, link building and seo are concerned.
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  13. WOW. this is the most in depth description of the new new premium plugin. I’ve seen it in action on other people’s sites but never had such a behind the sense look at it. Thanks

    1. Thanks for the comment, Dubturbo. I’m still discovering cool stuff you can do with Premium CL on other people’s sites. You can use a URL other than your home page — in other words a URL link to a specific post. With the keywords set right, this can make a relevant “anchor text” on someone else’s blog. For example, check out my keywords above with my name. Ordinarily I would put my home page URL. (ho hum). But instead above I’ve put the URL of a relevant post. So “superhero humor” is the anchor text for a hilarious page about “9 Largely Ignored Superheros.” Finally the related post “Even More Forgotten Superheros” linked as “recently posted” is a third piece of relevant content. And the comment lingo itself is relevant. My hypothesis: This triple (or quadruple?) relevancy combo might give *one comment* super powers. Don’t know if it’s true. Yet.
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  14. Actually my blog commenluv also been using the plugin with the free version and I admit this plugin has great benefits in developing a beautiful blog and its optimization. I was moved to find much information about this plugin as a reference to the use of a premium version. Thanks for the reviews that add to product knowledge.
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  15. I’ve seen lots of bloggers who started using premium commentluv. It’s much better than the previous once because a commentator can now add its keyword and really make his or her link much valuable than before.

  16. I’ve used the free version of CommentLuv for ages and when Andy decided to make a premium version I was among the first to buy it.

    I consider it to be the best thing that happened to my blogs since day one.

    I like to be a flower and a bee. So everyone is invited to come and comment on my blogs (Flowers).

    PS: It does not seem that very many people like the GASP add on too much. I wonder why? Maybe I am using it the wrong way or maybe I just need to disable it completely.
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  17. What an incredible post!

    “Is the idea of paying for a plugin a turn-off?” I don’t think so if the plug-in does an awesome
    job for your site or blog. If you can have the benefits of an all-in-one plug-in, why not?

    Seems like CommentLuv plug-in is well-loved by everyone so why not take the chance?

  18. What a brilliant post. You should do a series! :)I did a sort of blogging for dummies over on one of the craft forums and I thought it was too simple for them, but the amount of emails I got asking questions just like what you addressed was unbelievable. As young people today we have grown up with computers, but it’s easy to forget that even people just a few years older have not! Really good post! 🙂
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  19. Hi AstroGremlin,

    I’ve used the CommentLuv free version all the time I could and now with the premium you can jump your blog to your next level. I like your review of the two flavours that will be available on the cyberspace 🙂

    The most important is the new features that Andy will be adding to this plugin in the future, surely! He enjoy coding, so I expect even more awesomeness coming.

    Many thanks for all the feedback you’ve done on my blog!

    Have a great week,

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    1. You make an excellent point, Gera, Andy is a great programmer who will continue with not just support but more innovation. I predict the two flavors will be around for awhile. Why? People like us came to appreciate CommentLuv in the free version! Even if people aren’t ready for premium, the free plugin is right there for the asking!
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