We like to hear from all our site visitors, however, to make it a pleasant experience for all we have a few commenting guidelines that need to be followed to ensure the quality and integrity of our site for our visitors.
We are about building relationships with our readers and providing quality content not providing a link farm for spammers.
Getting Your Comments Approved Is Simple
All you need to do is follow these ground rules, and you will get every comment approved.
- Make sure you use your real name
- “No Profanities” bad language will not be tolerated and will get you blacklisted from Affiliate Destination by your IP address.
- Do not use any form of a signature link in your comments we are not a forum.
- Do not add URL links advertising other offers; these links will only be approved if they offer value to our readers.
- Please do not use and flaming, hate speech, racial slurs or anything that may be considered inflammatory to others.
OK, now that we have that out of the way you here are some additional tips to ensure your comments get approved?
Firstly, for anyone wanting to get exposure for their product or service this is not the place to do it. We will send your comment into the never-never without warning or notification.
You can, however, send me an email using our contact form asking us to write a review, once we have used and tested the product or service and found it suitable for our readers. This is not negotiable.
Getting “DoFollow Links” Is Very Easy
Ways you can get your links “DoFollow” are by submitting the post or page you are reading to any of your favourite social networking sites such as Google+, Facebook or even Twitter. It’s really that easy, just one click of your mouse button and it’s done.
For Those That Do Not Follow Our Commenting Guidelines
Well, all I can say is that I warned you. It will not be the naughty corner for you, but a fate far worse.
Any comments on our blog that do not follow our straightforward and simple guidelines will be deleted; then you may be blacklisted by “ME” or worse still, blacklisted as spam.
We Will Follow Google’s Guidelines When Necessary
Spam sites attempt to game their way to the top of search results through techniques like repeating keywords over and over, buying links that pass PageRank or putting invisible text on the screen. This is bad for search because relevant websites get buried, and it’s bad for legitimate website owners because their sites become harder to find. The good news is that Google’s algorithms can detect the vast majority of spam and demote it automatically. For the rest, we have teams who manually review sites.
To make it fun and relevant for all keep it real and only add value where you can. Commenting just for the link will spoil the conversation for everyone and be of no benefit to the commentator trying to game the search engines.