Blog Comments

    • The secret reason your blog comments are down

      By Mark Schaefer The number of comments I’m receiving on my blog has been in sharp decline for the last three years. And I don’t care. Today I’m going to tell you why. Content on the rise First, let’s go through the facts of the situation. Over the past three years, the number of subscribers to my blog has gone up dramatically.

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  • 8 Tips to Get an Unending Torrent of Helpful Blog Comments

    … Blogging From Paradise currently has 6,848 approved comments. My old blog was comment-free for many months. How did I go from comment ghost town to thriving comment party? By following the steps below. Don't get it twisted; attracting an unending torrent of comments takes work but this happy toiling produces sweet benefits like: increased…

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  • How To Get Your First 500 Blog Comments [INFOGRAPHIC]

    … Picture this: You pour your heart and soul into writing a blog post. You polish up the post and you sit back with a grin on your face – it’s your best yet and you can’t wait to share it with the world. Then this happens: You publish your post and wait patiently for all of the comment notifications to appear. A few trickle through but nowhere…

    Adam Connell/ Blogging Wizardin Blogging How To's- 26 readers -
  • Sometimes Blog Comments Suck

    … myself from the commenter’s mailing list. I felt like I wanted to distance myself. But the next time I logged into Twitter an angry Tweet greeted me. That was the start of a blogging nightmare. Think Before You Write Blog Comments The gist of the Tweet was that the person felt they’d wasted their time commenting because I unsubscribed. I couldn’t…

    Tim Bonner/ Tim Bonner Blogin Blogging- 27 readers -
  • Can You Go It Alone As A Blogger?

    … to leave a comment so I removed it. I went back to the native WordPress comments system. But I wanted more than that. I wanted to make engagement a priority. Since Danny Brown started using Postmatic, I’d been thinking about using it on my blog too. It allows people to comment via email. From the experience I’ve had so far, it brings back…

    Tim Bonner/ Tim Bonner Blogin Blogging- 11 readers -
  • The Definitive Guide to Blog Commenting

    … When was the last time you commented on a blog post? Yesterday…a week ago? A month ago? Despite all you have to do, you might want to squeeze in even 20 minutes a week to write a few good blog comments. Done right, they can get you more results than just adding a few more tweets to your Twitter feed. A Short History of Blog Commenting Commenting…

    Pam Neely/ GetResponse Blogin Content- 27 readers -
  • Avoiding Black Hat: Old SEO Strategies You Need to Terminate

    … cause your business' rankings in Google's search results to nose-dive. Here are just a few that you need to cut out of your existing strategy right away if you're still actively doing them. Spammy Comments There was a time not so long ago where leaving thin or spammy comments on a well-respected blog with a link to your website was an acceptable…

    Austin Paley/ ROI Factor Blogin SEO- 33 readers -
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