Increase your online visibility on the social web

Stop moaning that nobody sees you online. Wanna get noticed for the right reasons? This course will help you to step up and start engaging with your public in such a way they cannot fail to notice you!

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This course is for

Bloggers starting out

Sometimes writing is not enough to get  your posts noticed within the social scene. You need to know the tips and tricks for engaging with your readers.

Would be influencers

Influencers cannot exist without an audience. Therefore to get noticed you need to know how to attract more followers and how to keep them too!

Small businesses

There are special methods tolerated by the social web which businesses need to understand if they want to engage to get more traffic to their website.

Social coaches

These tips will not enable you to gain more clients, but are something you could pass onto them to achieve more visibility for their businesses as well!

What you will gain from this course


Knowing who is the most important person when it comes to getting noticed, and it's not who you think!


Being aware of others and how they respond, and the best tactics to use to attract their attention towards you.


Understand the power of altruism combined with focusing on wellbeing while being relatable and relevant.


The best method for writing quality comments which will instantly get you noticed for the right reasons.

Wouldn't be great to be recognised, welcomed and referred to because of how you comment?

You just rock up on a blog or a social media update, submit your well-written comment, by-pass the moderators in a jiffy, get instant replies from the author and other readers, and by doing so increase your reputation and social standing within the social web – what's not to like?

In just over an hour, you will learn this

Module 1: Focus on others

Commenting is about communicating with other people.


The importance of reading and listening

Preparation is key for effective commenting.


Take time to shop and think

Giving yourself time to think before commenting could make all the difference.


Unfortunately it's not all about you

Commenting is not a self-centred pursuit, so it's time to change your mindset.

Module 2: Focus on relevance

It's polite and respectful to acknowledge what others are saying.


Talking to the right people

Commenting is more effective with those who appreciate it more.


Resonating and being relatable

Connect your comments to whoever reads them.


Keeping to the subject

Focusing on relevance within your comments is good manners.

Module 3: Focus on quality

You will get more and better responses if you improve on your commenting.


How can you help people?

Using your commenting for practical purposes.


Have a meaning and purpose

It's good to have a reason for your commenting.


Learn to write better comments

A well written comment is much more likely to get noticed.

Alice Elliott


I'm Alice Elliott

Aka the award winning Fairy Blog Mother, I used to help would-be beginner bloggers understand about blogging, and now I focus on commenting, engagement and interaction. I have been doing this since blogging-gurus turned off their commenting facilities in 2014.

My focus is to explain and educate how commenting, in the form of social marketing, can help both individuals and businesses to engage better, expand their expertise, increase their web traffic and improve their online visibility – and it is this last concept which stimulated this particular e-course.

When not researching into commenting, I can be found posting wild flowers onto Instagram which I photograph when walking in the English countryside.


Within this course I refer to my other courses which are relevant.

Because I'm feeling generous, you will have the opportunity to get them for half price.

Claire Bushell

Claire Bushell

wellbeing therapist

"The go-to person for everything to do with commenting is Alice Elliott."

Nisha Patel

Nisha Patel


"I would definitely recommend what Alice knows about commenting."

Jean Wolfe

Jean Wolfe

marketing and copywriter

"Alice has a practical attitude to blogging which is refreshingly free of techno speak."

What does this course cost?

I have two options for you

one-off purchase



Access only to this course through a login procedure

join my community



Access to all my courses, challenges and other resources


Money Back Guarantee

100% Money Back Guarantee

If, for any reason, you don't like this course, you can get a full refund anytime within 30 days after your purchase. If you have any issues, just get in touch and I'll either help you out until you get the results you need or give you a swift refund.

Frequently asked questions

How long will the course last?

I have purposefully made each video as short as I can. This is not only to satisfy people with short attention spans, but I want you to get the gist quickly so you can start exploring each concept as soon as possible.

Short videos means you won't spend a lot of time watching rather than doing. I suspect if you really wanted to, you could easily consume this course in just over an hour.

How will the course be delivered?

First you will need to register to access the website. Once you've paid, you will have access to the course, but it would be a good idea to keep your login details safe for when you want to revisit the course. All the videos are accessible straight away for you to watch them. 

The alternative is to join The Commenting Club, where you will be able to access all the courses, challenges and other resources available to members at no extra cost.

How much work do I need to put in?

As with all courses, the amount of effort you put in means the most you will gain. This is precisely the same with any form of engagement. 

Building up your visibility to get more fans, readers, clients or whatever, does mean scheduling commenting into your marketing strategy.

If you take note of my tips and techniques, and regularly put them into action, you will soon start to see results.

Do I need to be a blogger to do this course?

Not necessarily. If your objective is purely to get noticed, just being active in the online social scene is enough.

If you are working for a business, and your objective is to gain more traffic for their website, then having a blog would be an advantage. 

In the beginning I would focus on the social platform you feel most comfortable with and where your ideal audience will be. This is not a race, it is a concept which needs to be worked on to get the best results you can. 

Do you want to get more visibility without spending a fortune and by making better social relationships?