When Donnie adds a comment on this blog, he types http://www.dogstarcomics.com in the URL field and Donnie @ Digital Comics in the NAME field.
When Jason adds a comment on this blog, he types http://seo-hacker.com in the URL field and Jason @ SEO Marketing in the NAME field.
When Christopher adds a comment on this blog, he types http://www.technology.christopher-roberts.co.uk in the URL field and Christopher Roberts @ Technology Blog in the NAME field.
When people add comments on this blog and other blogs that employ the KeywordLuv plugin, they don’t merely type their first name or full name in the NAME field, but include anchor text that act as contextually relevant links to their URL.
By including an @ sign in the middle of their name and their URL keywords, the submitted result is something like this:
The next time you add a comment and include a URL that you’d like people to click to learn more about you, take advantage of KeywordLuv and emulate the above examples. Don’t mimic your URL in the NAME field, and don’t use the same words that appear in your URL domain. Be contextual, be relevant, and improve your website’s or blog’s search engine optimization.