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  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2014
    [Comments] Separate WordPress Comments to Fix Google Panda Penalty
    'The real secret why we separated WordPress comments from post content, is to deal with our Google Panda penalties. While our site gets millions of spam comments every year, many comments slip through the spam filters and moderation efforts. Read more Read full original article at Separate WordPress Comments to Fix Google Panda Penalty ©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved. Blogging SEO WordPress Panda
  • DIVA MARKETING BLOG  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2011
    [Comments] Comments As Content
    Drop a comment on a blog post or Facebook stat, respond to a tweet or perhaps add your opinion to a LinkedIn discussion. . In fact, sometimes comments can even be pulled into a blog post. My Comment. My Comment. Next time you drop a comment think. Tis a fact well known, that if you want to develop a presence in the social web you must join in on the conversations. The conversations that take place below the fold can be as interesting and informative as the original content. Call it repurposed content. Here are two examples. . LInkedIn Discussion. He agreed.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2012
    [Comments] Get More Comments: How Honesty Compels Readers to Comment
    There’s one technique for soliciting comments that hasn’t been covered explicitly this week, although we’ve shown it through each of the posts we’ve published in this series. Looking through the these posts, and the comments they received, you’ll probably agree that deep honesty goes a long way to encourage discussion. In my experience, the more we can make readers think, the more likely they are to comment. Honesty in the depth of information you give truly inspires readers to comment. Value never fails to move readers to comment.
  • ADAM SHERK  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2012
    [Comments] An Ode to Blog Comment Spam
    Ever notice how the most flattering blog comments are actually the spam comments? There are the simple, straightforward compliments: And it is hard to argue with this: A pat on the back is always nice too: But I like the longer, dare-I-say philosophical comments best: Bringing someone back from the precipice makes all this worthwhile. Finally, you have to admire the “it’s them not me” approach of this one: I have to say Akismet does a good job of catching spam comments like these. Is Using Facebook Comments Good for Publishers? Publishing
  • ARI HERZOG  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2012
    [Comments] Non-Facebook Users: Please Comment Here
    Scroll below his post to add a comment — and be forced to comment through Facebook. Whether or not you choose to share that comment on your Facebook wall is up to you, but it’s either comment with Facebook or don’t comment at all. Across the blogosphere, Danny Brown wrote in September why he installed Lifefyre as a commenting system — and he wrote a month later why Disqus was installed to replace Livefyre. I’ve asked you before which commenting system you prefer best. Media comments FacebookGot a question?
  • ARI HERZOG  |  TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2011
    [Comments] Why You Should Stop Writing Blog Comments
    Valeria Maltoni challenges you to comment less and converse more. You don’t get that from commenting alone. This is seen whenever someone adds a new comment and enables you to have a nested back-and-forth conversation with as many people who choose to hit reply. When Brandon Yanofsky replied to Extreme John , he extended John’s comment into a discussion. Most merely add new comments — and while there is nothing wrong with that, there is a disconnect when the comment does not evoke a question or inspiration for someone to reply.
  • WAXING UNLYRICAL  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2011
    [Comments] Why Livefyre Is The Best Blog Comment System Evah
    think Livefyre, the comment system that has been implemented on WUL for just under two months , is da bomb. I’m not one to get overly excited by blog comment systems, but this one has me blown away. in my opinion, than other comment systems that allow you to post your comments to, say, Facebook or Twitter? It’s the fact that you can do this while you’re commenting, and not after the fact. Like this (except that Joe Fernandez didn’t bite, in this case): Once my comment is posted. Short version. Image: elventear via Flickr, CC 2.0.
  • OUTSPECTIVE  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2012
    [Comments] Top SEO Techniques: Blog Commenting
    One of the top SEO techniques and my favorite way to consistently guide traffic to my website and build my follower base on social media is through blog commenting. Blog commenting is a natural link building SEO technique as long as you are following SEO best practices. In fact over the past 8 months, 20% of my website referral traffic has come from comments that I have made on other blog posts. If you are wondering how to get people to visit your website, commenting on other industry blogs or blogs that your target audience frequents is a great place to start.
  • KIKOLANI  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2010
    [Comments] How Blog Commenting Has Made a Difference
    When I first started blogging, I was very into blog commenting. had to make a choice between continuing to comment on a lot of sites, or spend that time focusing on the content I put on my site. In mid-December, I was able to make time for blog commenting again. Commenting again has been a thoroughly enjoyable experience, and has proven very beneficial in the several ways. Blog commenting is a well known way of link building. But more important than the links you drop in the comments is the links you get from other bloggers in their posts. Captchas.
  • SHERRILYNNE STARKIE  |  SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 2013
    [Comments] Good manners cost nothing
    Each of these fellows left a comment correcting my English within seconds of my posting a Facebook update.  Emboldened by the remoteness of online communications, certain individuals are tempted to comment in ways they never would if the recipient was sitting beside them in the same room. Recently I was shocked by an extremely rude comment left on an article posted by a respected and very successful blogger. In response to the blogger’s advice to preview content before posting, this commenter wrote: “…How ironic, you should practice what you preach.
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 2013
    [Comments] How to Remove All Links in WordPress Comments
    'How can you remove spam links from your WordPress comments text? If you get thousands of spam comments everyday, even with anti-spam comment tools,  there is a chance that many spam comments were able to get posted and had malicious. Read full original article at How to Remove All Links in WordPress Comments ©2013 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved. Blogging SEO WordPress
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2012
    [Comments] Use GASP to Stop WordPress Spam Comments Instantly
    Home > Blogging > WordPress Have you tried the amazing GASP ( GrowMap Anti-Spambot Plugin ) to stop WordPress comments instantly from reaching your comment moderation queue. We have been using this WordPress plugin in combination with Akismet for the last few months, and it has dramatically reduced spam comments from overwhelming our comment moderation queue. QOT gets 1000+ spam comments everyday, and many of these include valid comments by our learned readers. It simply adds a checkbox alongside the Post comment button. Related articles.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2011
    [Comments] Meet Everett Bogue: A Blogger Who Only Wants Blog Readers Who Tweet Because Everyone Else is a Low-life
    I first wrote about Everett Bogue six months ago when I was displeased he turned off the ability for people to comment on his blog. If a blogger wants to turn off comments, so be it. blinked again when I read a more recent summary of why he abhors comment sections on all blogs, alluding to people like you who enjoy commenting as the scum of the earth. Many blogs will encourage you to ‘join the conversation’ in a place called “The Comments”. The comments” is where your good ideas and time (your most valuable commodity) goes to die. Whatever.
  • SOCIALIZED  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2009
    [Comments] Please Comment on WOMMA’s Ethics Code
    The Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA ) is seeking public comments on its Ethics Code until January 5. Please take a moment to review these disclosure guidelines at the Living Ethics blog and provide your comments. The comments section will remain open until January 5, 2010, and final guidelines will be issued shortly thereafter.&#. If you are involved with any business use of social media (which includes blogging), you should review the code and make suggestions. For some, the business ethics of social media present a quandary.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2012
    [Comments] The Value Of Blog Comments
    Last week, Mathew Ingram over at GigaOm published a Blog post titled, Yes, blog comments are still worth the effort. It seems like there's a movement for more and more Blogs to not bother having the comments enabled. The story goes back to the early days of Blogging (now, over a decade old) where the discourse tightens over the idea that anyone and everyone should be able to contribute to content, and that the true value of Blogging content - in the first place - is how the Blogger engages and responds in the comment section. What's your take on the death of Blog comments?
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013
    [Comments] How to Add Google+ Comments to Blogger Blogs
    'Now Blogger.com blogs can add Google+ Comments  and leverage the engagement and interactivity of Google+ to enhance their blog comments as well as their social networks. We We had mentioned how  Embedding Google+ Comments on Websites  will boost Google+ to new levels. look forward to embedding Google + comments on our blog as it would be fun to test the amazing engagement which Google+ offers. believe it will be better than Facebook comments , will be faster loading, and be easy to implement as Google+ scripts and badges are already there on every website.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2011
    [Comments] To Livefyre and Back Again: Vanilla WordPress Commenting System Returns
    There are many reasons for the change back to the default, most notably that many long-time commentators had complained about various functions (or lack of functions and didn’t want to wait until future plugin versions included their wish lists). Marking comments as spam, for instance, required multiple clicks instead of one. The company’s customer service team is top notch and the Livefyre system does allow for robust interactions among people commenting — but while it may work well for some blogs, my presumption is now is not the best time to continue with it.
  • CONVERSTATIONS  |  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2010
    [Comments] 8 Common Villains of Social Media - Infographic
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  • ARI HERZOG  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 2010
    [Comments] How to Identify Spam in Blog Comments
    The above screenshot is a comment posted to AriWriter two hours ago. Because this blog is powered by WordPress and I run a spam detection plugin called Akismet that automatically places comments meeting certain criteria into a holding pattern, the bestiality comment was not published. This was made up and this is further proof the above comment about BDSM is spam: Spammers try to be clever in their comments, such as Andrew Joseph (not his real name) who uses different email addresses and websites in the hope I would publish his comments.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, JULY 23, 2012
    [Comments] Comment Marketing 101
    Trying to understand the ways to get more traffic to your site, or even get some backlinks, you’ve probably stumbled across comment marketing. So what are the basic benefits of comment marketing, and what should you aim to get out of it on the long term? The benefits of comment marketing. Once you have a deep understanding of the benefits you can get from leaving comments on other blogs, you can learn the right approach to doing so. The only way to make this happen is to leave good, structured comments that add value to the discussion. Comment Marketing 101.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2010
    [Comments] Why I Ask You to Comment Right Now
    Before reading anything below, add a comment first. All of the comment fields are optional. But, add that comment first. Scroll to the very bottom of this page and add a comment. When you’re ready, scroll back up and to the end of these periods… If you are reading this sentence, I presume you already added a comment. If the stereotype is true that everyone reads a blog post before adding a comment, you just failed that stereotype. You commented before reading. What if you couldn’t add your comment below as quickly as you did?
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 2012
    [Comments] Get More Comments: Write Unfinished Blog Posts
    One of the best ways to measure this is to see who’s commenting. Not all blogs have a comments section, but many do. Comments provide an opportunity for the reader to participate in the content, to give feedback and share his or her own ideas. Comments are a blogger’s best friend. But the biggest struggle, especially for bloggers just starting out, is getting the first few comments. How do you get so many comments?” You can do the same, if you want to see more comments. Of course, those first few comments are the hardest. So what changed?
  • STAY N' ALIVE  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 2011
    [Comments] Facebook Quietly Launching Friendfeed-like Live Commenting
    Instantly, with no refresh of the page, my News Feed was literally singing with new comments. It appears Facebook has taken its “Recent Items&# feed to a new level, introducing a very FriendFeed -like live commenting system, also similar to Facebook’s new Groups and Messages system. One of those features was live, real-time commenting, where the comments appeared before your eyes without having to refresh the Page. The conversation just naturally flows, making conversation much easier. No worries!
  • THE WAY OF THE WEB  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2011
    [Comments] My thoughts on Facebook’s commenting system
    There’s been a lot of debate around Facebook’s new commenting system, particularly due to the fact it is currently being tested on Techcrunch. Matthew Ingram does a good job of summarising at GigaOm, although the heart of the debate seems to be in the comments section of Robert Scoble’s post (I pop up a couple of times in the comments!). There are various reasons for allowing a choice of commenting profile, whether or not that includes the facility for anonymity in an easy or more complicated manner – such as creating a fake Facebook account.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2011
    [Comments] Why “No Comment” is the Worst Thing You Can Say
    Recall a few weeks back when Spin Sucks featured a post called “ How ‘No Comment’ Has Edelman in Trouble.&# That changed one day after one of the national radio hosts we advertise with made salacious comments live on-air. My first ‘No comment’ moment!” His advice to me: “NEVER, EVER SAY ‘NO COMMENT.’&#. It seems obvious after the fact, but “no comment&# is, in and of itself, a comment. “Blinds.com could not be reached for comment.&# began receiving hateful emails, demanding we revoke sponsorship.
  • IMAGINE YOUR REALITY  |  MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2011
    [Comments] Why you should “like” comments on your Facebook page
    Whenever I get a comment on one of my Facebook business page posts, I like it. I’ve realized that one of the ways I can improve interaction on my business page and improve the value of a like is to like the comments that people write in response to my posts. By liking their comments I am acknowledging their effort and telling them I want more interaction. In other words, liking a comment doesn’t just signify approval, but actually can be a call for action, and create a reciprocal exchange. What’s the value for a business? Book Reviews. out of 5.
  • PUSHING SOCIAL  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2010
    [Comments] How to Get Noticed with Smart Comments
    I used to comment on other blogs for the SEO benefit.  Although there is a push to offer SEO-Friendly backlinks (via CommentLuv ), Google is now giving less weight to comment links. That’s all right because I’ve been clued into the real reason to comment on blogs – getting noticed and making connections with influencers in your niche. No One Ignores Comments. read every single comment. If you leave a comment, it’s very, very likely that it will get read. But all comments are not created equal.  Blog authors live for these comments
  • GEOFF LIVINGSTON  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2012
    [Comments] The Mila Araujo (@Milaspage) School of Commenting
    Confession: I’m an awkward commenter, and struggle with how to best deliver response without becoming overbearing. So I always perk my ears up when I run into a comment marketer who is well liked by their peers, and glean any best practices I can. She is known in her community as someone who delivers extremely rich and deep comments, and she also writes a damn good blog on social. meant this in a respectful way to others who have different methods of commenting. On that note, here are Mila’s thoughts on commenting! GL: What about short comments?
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 2012
    [Comments] Why I Want You to De-Lurk Again
    On January 3, 2009, I challenged the shy and introverted to write comments. mused how many people would return to read more and write more comments. waited and waited — and 61 comments spoke to the success of de-lurking. Add a comment. You can retreat here to share your blog so take the time below to share a nugget about yourself, something you’d like me and other readers and commentators to know. Put your inspiration down in a comment and share it with the world. Recent comments Recent comments. Media commentsYou did.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 2014
    [Comments] Shutting Down Blog Comments
    'I think that I provoked the blog comment Gods today. Sorry about this, but the ability to comment on blog posts here at Six Pixels of Separation has been disabled. was recording a podcast today with Gini Dietrich of Spin Sucks (it will be published in the coming weeks) and we were talking about the many bloggers and news sites that have shut down their blog comments ( Copyblogger being the one that has most recently decided to do so: Why We''re Removing Comments on Copyblogger ). Like I said, I think I was tempting the blog comment deities after my chat with Gini.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2010
    [Comments] My Comment Policy - Danny Brown
    Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs My Comment Policy September 2, 2010 25 voices share yours! Share 1 save One of the things I’ve been considering for a while is having an official comment policy. feel incredibly lucky to have you guys come here and share your views, because you always treat both me and your fellow commenters with respect when discussing something I’ve written. So why a comment policy? Aris comment is a good example of that.
  • KIKOLANI  |  MONDAY, MARCH 8, 2010
    [Comments] Valuable Commenters vs. Comment Spammers
    Comment spam. Even the typical blog reader who just stumbled upon an article for something they searched in Google has probably seen their fair share of comments from people by the name of Loan Modification that think that article is a “great post&# and would also like to drop in the fact that they offer incredible deals. Here are some different viewpoints of valuable comments and comment spam from blog owners to link builders. As a blog owner, I engage in a daily battle with comment spam. Do I ask for comment spam? Leave quality comments.
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2012
    [Comments] Embedding Google+ Comments on Websites Will Boost Google+ to New Levels
    Home > Blogging > Google > Social Media It is essential that Google+ launch the ability to embed Google+ comments on websites and blogs as soon as possible to enhance the reach of Google plus and take it to the next level. Facebook Facebook comments on websites worked for Facebook really well. In fact some sites like Techcrunch now have exclusively shifted to Facebook Comments. If third party services can use the power of Google+, then its high time they launched their own comments. Embed Google+ Comments. Related articles. Quick Online Tips.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 2010
    [Comments] Did You Approve That Blog Comment?
    I’m sure the folks at New York-based JKAhosting.com don’t know what’s going on around the blogopshere, so they and other companies should pay attention to a series of blog comments I’ve received in recent days — that are identical to the following screenshot: If the text is too small, you may click the image to zoom. But the company didn’t post the comment. The comment is not unique to this blog, either. Upon searching the web for results matching the first sentence, you will notice two identical comments, here and here.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 2012
    [Comments] The Tragedy Of Comments
    Nick Denton - the founder of Gawker - generated a heap-load of comments the other day when he announced at the South by Southwest conference that the way blog comments are published has failed to boost the quality of public discourse or to enhance the opportunity for collaboration between readers and writers. In the AdWeek news item, Nick Denton on the 'Tragedy of the Comments' , he says: "For every two comments that are interesting, there will be eight that will be off-topic or toxic." Is there an oddball comment that gets through? blog comment.
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2012
    [Comments] How to Stop Akismet from Auto-Deleting Comments
    Home > Blogging > Tutorials > WordPress Did you know that Akismet can auto-delete valid comments, which it considers as spam, and WordPress admins might never even get to review them in the spam comments queue! But I am sure that as an old time WordPress blogger you always thought that Akismet (the superpowerful WordPress anti-spam comment plugin) would send ALL spam comments to the spam comments queue, which would always give you a chance to moderate and choose valid comments to approve. Should you allow Akismet to auto delete comments?
  • ARI HERZOG  |  SUNDAY, JULY 24, 2011
    [Comments] Why Livefyre is Here and How It Helps You
    You don’t want to be required to sign up for a user profile to write a comment. You want stress-free commenting. You are opposed to comment registration and you support creating conversations. You comment on blogs with the hope that people reading your comments will visit your site. What if you could comment on a blog article and integrate your feedback and insights with the people in your networks? When you inputted your name, email address, and website along with your text comment, that’s all the reader saw. True or false?
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 2014
    [Comments] How to Show WordPress Comments on New Page
    'Do you want to display WordPress comments on a new page and separate from post content? explained earlier how to install WordPress pop-up comments easily. Now try this tip which will open WordPress comments on a different page, and. Read more Read full original article at How to Show WordPress Comments on New Page ©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved. Blogging Tutorials WordPress
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2011
    [Comments] Create Your Own Media Relations Program
    If you read it there, hop to the comments, which are likely way more entertaining than this entire blog post. Essentially it’s commenting on blogs, articles, and editorials where you have expertise. But what they do have time to do is read the comments people have left on their content. You’re going to tell me you don’t have time to comment. Then, once a week, comment on one article, blog post, or editorial. But, rather than comment as you, we find the articles, summarize it, write some key messages, and then leave the rest to you.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY STRATEGIST  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2011
    [Comments] Community Managers: Be genuine or don’t bother
    Community Building Community management responding to comments user commentsIt is not easy being a community manager. It seems that many people are content to call themselves community managers because they manage a Twitter account, post content on a Facebook fan page (with the goal of “engaging&# the masses, or at least those who actually visit the page or allow posts on their newsfeeds) [.].
  • SOCIAL MARKETING FORUM  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2011
    [Comments] Footprints Online Are Not in Sand
    Opinion Facebook online comments TwitterThere is no “undo” button for the web. What you say today in anger or in a moment of thoughtlessness can come back and haunt you. Most especially if you are so motivated by negative emotions that you feel compelled to write or voice a rant on it and then post it to a blog or media sharing site.
  • THE WAY OF THE WEB  |  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2010
    [Comments] Google's Inside Adsense home for spam comments
    → Google’s Inside Adsense home for spam comments September 19th, 2010 · View Comments Comment spam is a constant pain and chore for anyone running a blog. The prospect of gaining links to their websites means that a mix of human and automated spam producers will keep submitting their comments packed with terrible content. Or you can turn off comments either completely, or on posts older than a certain age, to keep everything to a manageable level. Which explains why any article in the archive is absolutely packed with spam comments.
  • ADAM SHERK  |  MONDAY, MARCH 7, 2011
    [Comments] Is Using Facebook Comments Good for Publishers?
    There were some interesting posts over the weekend from Steve Cheney and Robert Scoble on whether utilizing Facebook Comments kills or in fact increases user authenticity within on-site commenting. TechCrunch also shared that comments are down but quality is up since implementing the system and they’re going to stick with it for the time being. It’s safe to say that most of the things that I read and comment on professionally are of little interest to my friends from high school, college, time spent overseas, etc. So is the system good for publishers? think it is.
  • SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORK MARKETING  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2014
    [Comments] How To Tackle Negative Comments While Managing Community In Social Media
    Well you do not have to be a community member to receive negative feedback / response or a comment. While sometime the comments ''may'' not be ''useful'', other times certain comments are necessary to be heard and addressed to. When the comments are directly towards you at a personal level you may tend to re-act a little more strongly. Before we re-act to negative comments we need to have a basic understanding towards the human mind set. There are a couple of ways in which one should re-act or rather let me say ''address'' negative comments.
  • SHERRILYNNE STARKIE  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2010
    [Comments] LinkedIn: removing group comments | Sherrilynne Starkie
  • ARI HERZOG  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2012
    [Comments] …and Blog Comment Spam Continues
    With names such as SEO Forum, SEO Outsourcing, and Herbalife, it is pathetic that despite clear instructions that real names are required when adding comments, people continue to leave comments with their company names or other search engine optimized keywords. wonder if these people are following a manual when commenting. also muse if human beings are commenting at all or if sophisticated robotic scripts are doing the work. My comment review process is simple: No real name, no approved comment. Reintroducing Blog Comment Moderation. by Jack.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2012
    [Comments] Want More Comments? Let ProBlogger Help!
    To be honest with you, I can’t remember much about the first comment I ever received on a blog post I’d written. When that first reader comments on your blog, you know you’ve finally reached someone. Whether the comment’s long or short, detailed or simple, it doesn’t much matter: that first real (non-spam) comment is a milestone for any blogger. Comments are always an issue for bloggers. Recently, I asked some experienced bloggers if they’d share their wisdom with us in a series of posts on generating comments.
  • LOUIS GRAY  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2011
    [Comments] Echo Prepares World for Migration to a Web of Streams
    Instead, this can often signify the beginning of the content's life, as it is shared, retweeted, liked, commented on, and further distributed. Displayed on SI.com and other partners' sites were real-time comments, user reactions, badges and achievements, and a visually appealing image gallery for hosted graphics. Standards Echo CommentsThe foundation of the Web is moving from one of unchanging static pages to continually updated streams fed by external services. Gone is the time when publishing an article or a site was the final step in creating content.
  • SOCIALIZED  |  THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 2010
    [Comments] Dealing With Trolls and Irrelevant Blog Comments
    One of the most powerful elements of a blog is the ability for people to leave, read and respond to comments. Often, the discussion taking place in the comments is more interesting and certainly more dynamic than the original post. was recently faced with a comment that combined some interesting
  • ARI HERZOG  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2012
    [Comments] Why You Write Blog Comments
    love reading your comments. Please continue reading Why You Write Blog Comments and leave a comment if inspired. Related articles you may enjoy: 910 Blog Comments You Wrote Here. Never-Before-Seen Blog Comments. Why You Should Stop Writing Blog Comments. Recent comments Geoff is another one I was getting via email. by Ari Herzog I comment for you not me. Theres just too little time in the day, by Janie My commenting (for any reason) has slowed down a lot recently, by Kristi Hines. Media comments identityPhoto by taliesin.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2012
    [Comments] Get More Comments: Know Which Posts Make Readers Talk
    We know that not every article we write will get the same response in regards to social media sharing and comments. After I have finished writing a post, I have a fairly good idea of the response I’ll get via the comments. As a result, the comments for these types of posts are low. They become inspired and excited by this, and so want to comment and share their thoughts on the same topic. To get a high comment response, you just have to think and feel like your reader. Get More Comments: Know Which Posts Make Readers Talk.
  • SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORK MARKETING  |  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2010
    [Comments] How To Tackle Negative Comments While Managing Community In Social Media
    Well you do not have to be a community member to receive negative feedback / response or a comment. While sometime the comments 'may' not be 'useful', other times certain comments are necessary to be heard and addressed to. When the comments are directly towards you at a personal level you may tend to re-act a little more strongly. Before we re-act to negative comments we need to have a basic understanding towards the human mind set. There are a couple of ways in which one should re-act or rather let me say 'address' negative comments. Silence speaks.
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 2012
    [Comments] How to Fix WordPress Export, Disqus Import Comments Errors
    Home > Blogging > Tutorials > WordPress Want to fix WordPress export comments errors, and problems in Disqus import? Are you unable to replace Disqus Comments with your WordPress comments? Read Full Original Article here: How to Fix WordPress Export, Disqus Import Comments Errors. We switched. Blogging Tutorials WordPress
  • MINDJUMPERS  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 2011
    [Comments] How To Post Effectively on Facebook
    Effectiveness was measured according to comments and likes. Fans follow instructions well: If you want your fans to like or comment, don’t hesitate to ask them. Facebook Marketing & Communication Buddy Media comments Facebook Page indutries key findings likes post effectively ReportTweet Buddy Media has released a report that reveals when it is most effective for brands to update their Facebook pages thus gaining the most impact on their users. The analysis was performed on 200 of Buddy Media’s clients during a two-week period. short message is much more easy to decode.
  • PUSHING SOCIAL  |  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012
    [Comments] Blog Mastery Weekend Assignment #9 – Commenting Mistakes That Make You Look Like a Schmuck
    H ow are you using comments to attract readers to your blog? If you aren’t commenting, then create a plan this weekend to get started. Comments, by far, are the easiest and cheapest way to build a reputation and attract readers to your blog. You see, comments are a two way street. After reviewing over 4,800 comments on Pushing Social, I’ve developed a pretty sensitive ear for bullsh*t artists and attention moochers. Stealth Advertising:  It’s bad taste to use someone’s comment section to advertise your own products. Ok, talk to you in the comments.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2012
    [Comments] Disable Comments for a Better Blog
    Disable comments. In the past, whenever I did I’d usually receive a comment from the other blogger, thanking me for the link. That would be the comment in its entirety: some variation of “Thanks for linking to me.”. These comments and their brethren did nothing to propel the dialogue. The thank-yous were in addition to the comments that said “I agree with that one point you made,” and that perhaps included an anecdote that no one beyond the commenter’s family would ever be interested in. of the comments were effectively meaningless.
  • JUGNOO  |  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013
    [Comments] Facebook Social Graph Allows Post and Comment Searches
    'You will now be able to search for conversation topics within comments and posts, as well as status updates and photo captions. Facebook Social Graph Allows Post and Comment Searches originally appeared on Jugnoo Blog - Social Media is a Business: Social Media Presence Management under a Creative Commons license. The post Facebook Social Graph Allows Post and Comment Searches appeared first on Jugnoo Blog. You can also break it down to a certain time period or location. user can scan conversations about his or her favourite game or show, and join the conversation.
  • DAVE FLEET  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2011
    [Comments] How To Engage On Sites Using Facebook’s New Commenting Plugin
    Facebook recently introduced a new version of its Facebook Comment Box Plugin , allowing website owners to integrate their commenting functionality with their Facebook presence. We’ve already looked at the pros and cons of the Facebook commenting plugin for businesses considering implementing the plugin on their sites. Do they personalize responses more by using commenters’ own Facebook accounts (does that cross a work/life boundary)? Do they just avoid commenting on sites using this plugin? Let us all know what you think in the comments below.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  TUESDAY, JULY 9, 2013
    [Comments] What's The Point In Commenting On Blogs?
    'What is the true value of a comment on a blog? Eventually, additional features like the ability for a reader to comment on a post and the introduction of RSS (a syndication feature that would notify readers by email or web-based readers when the blogger updated or published to the blog) helped to propel the platform to the mainstream. To this date, there is a constant slew of criticism and discourse on the importance of comments. Schaefer ) who spend a lot of time playing in the comments. Let''s get over the comments. Comments are great. blog comments.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2011
    [Comments] The Other Side Of Comments And Community
    And, in this case, visiting your blog and commenting is what they can do for you." " Gini goes into detail about certain Bloggers who email a personal note of thanks to people who leave a comment on their Blog to others who send handwritten notes to those who leave comments. it's just a comment on a Blog post (it's like using a rocket launcher to get rid of a mosquito or sending a thank you note if someone calls you), but I understand the spirit of the act. What's even more amazing is what comes out in the comment section of Gini's Blog post.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY STRATEGIST  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 2014
    [Comments] Be tactful when responding to comments
    ” It’s one of the best pieces of advice I can give for responding to comments. If you or the brand, company or organization you represent have been criticized or faced with derogatory comments that are meant to provoke, try writing something like: “Thanks for sharing your perspective,” or “We appreciate the time you took to share your thoughts.” The post Be tactful when responding to comments appeared first on Angela Connor. community management comments responding to comments Try it. And let me know if it works.
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  MONDAY, JUNE 2, 2014
    [Comments] How to Add ‘Edit All Comments’ Link to WordPress Posts
    'How do you edit all 100 comments on your WordPress posts? Probably you go to the WordPress Admin to find the post, then see the number of comments beside the post, then click it to see the screen to edit all. Read more Read full original article at How to Add ‘Edit All Comments’ Link to WordPress Posts ©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved. Blogging WordPress
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 2014
    [Comments] How to Add Popup Comments in WordPress Posts
    'Its easy to add popup WordPress comments to your WordPress theme, but as you might have observed that by default the WordPress comments are loaded on the same page. Several years ago, popup comments were popular. Read more Read full original article at How to Add Popup Comments in WordPress Posts ©2014 QuickOnlineTips. remember how my. All Rights Reserved. Blogging Tutorials WordPress
  • PROBLOGGER  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2012
    [Comments] Get More Comments: Use Energy to Spark Reader Response
    The reason why most bloggers don’t get many comments is they fail the “Sloth Test.” If you read posts that get hundreds of comments, the conclusions are so passionate, so full of energy that you can’t help feeling a little bit charged up after reading it. To get lots of comments, you have to electrify your readers, and that, of course, requires you to be electrified yourself. Do those things, and you won’t just get more comments. Get More Comments: Use Energy to Spark Reader Response. Your job as a writer is to get them to move.
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2011
    [Comments] What you learn in 4000 comments
    Today we hit 4000 comments exactly. only mention it because I’ve never noticed it being dead on a thousand before, but it got me thinking about what I’ve learned from 4000 comments: That the Friends who comment here are like a family to me; that even though people may be thousands of miles apart with no knowledge of each other, if you give people room and allow them to shine with the light that is often brighter than your own expertise, then like minds will always come together. What you learn in 4000 comments. Thank you all, Scott. Community
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2011
    [Comments] What you learn in 4000 comments
    Today we hit 4000 comments exactly. only mention it because I’ve never noticed it being dead on a thousand before, but it got me thinking about what I’ve learned from 4000 comments: That the Friends who comment here are like a family to me; that even though people may be thousands of miles apart with no knowledge of each other, if you give people room and allow them to shine with the light that is often brighter than your own expertise, then like minds will always come together. What you learn in 4000 comments. Thank you all, Scott. Community
  • ARI HERZOG  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2011
    [Comments] Thank You to 1,183 Commentators in 2011
    Who could have predicted that 1,183 distinct names wrote comments here over the past 12 months? Many names belong to the same person, such as writing “John” on some comments and “John Smith” on others, but each name represents a person who was voluntarily inspired to take moments out of their day and share thoughts. [.] If you are inspired to add a comment with your thoughts, please visit Thank You to 1,183 Commentators in 2011 in your browser. Related articles you may enjoy: Top 70 Commentators in January 2010. Thank you for reading!
  • JOEY STRAWN  |  MONDAY, MARCH 21, 2011
    [Comments] Introducing: The Joey Rewards Program!
    Here’s the deal, for every subscriber to JoeyStrawn.com , every time you comment on a post with something on-topic or helpful you get a point. Each Relevant Comment = 1 point. You can think of it like a Comment Punch-Card though, if you’d like. Start commenting and sharing and win yourself a free book and some priceless art. Related Posts: Don’t Comment On This Post Where You Can Find Me in 2011 Make My Blog Better A New Way To Inject Awesome Create an Iron-Clad Social Network. Tweet. Not actual JoeyStrawn.com loyalty card, don't use it.
  • MINDJUMPERS  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2011
    [Comments] Facebook Real-Time Analytics
    Lately Facebook introduced an updated version of their Comment Box that can be incorporated on blogs and websites. The Insights gives you statistics for Like button, Comments box, Popular pages, Demographics and Organic sharing. This way it is possible to see how many times a Like button or comment box have been viewed, how many of them actually got Liked or commented on. The Insights also tells you how many referrals the Like or Comment gave to your website from Facebook. Measure impact of social plugins. source: Facebook Developers ).
  • CREATIVE RAMBLINGS  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2012
    [Comments] 5 ways to promote your blog by commenting on others
    5 ways to promote your blog by commenting on others was written by Cendrine Marrouat for her social media blog, Creative Ramblings. Do you have favorite blogs? If so, you are probably subscribed to them, and read their articles regularly. But what happens after you are done reading? Do you share the articles you like on social networks? And / or, do you add your two cents to the conversation? If not, you should start doing it [.] If you like this post, you will probably enjoy her latest eBook, The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips , available on Amazon!
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2012
    [Comments] How Commentluv Premium Promotes Your Blog
    Every blogger wants people to visit, read, and comment. Commenting has a stigma of being hard. While it’s easy for you to comment, studies show you would rather tweet a link to the article or share it on your Facebook profile than taking time out of your day to type in a name, email address, website, and whatever words inspired you to leave that comment. But commenting can be very rewarding — especially if the blogger provides ways for other readers to interact with you. How to Enhance Your Blog Comment: Focus on KeywordLuv and CommentLuv.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2013
    [Comments] Blog Design For ROI Rule #7: Blend Ads With Content & Encourage Comments
    Their eyes keep reading downwards, so it’s wise to optimize the area with advertorials and an encouraging comment area. Persuasive, easy-to-use comment design. As business bloggers, we want the most comments possible, of the best quality possible, so as to generate a vibrant community that helps build their repeat visitor traffic. Yet comment design rarely does anything to encourage this behaviour, being seen as a merely functional element rather than a serious opportunity. Tell people Why they should comment. State it explicitly above the comments area!
  • INBLURBS  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 2011
    [Comments] 7 Ways how to empower your social networking with blog commenting
    But, leaving a comment on a blog is a very effective way to get traffic and you can say that it is very useful for an inbound marketing because a business leads quickly with the help of blog commenting. There are so many business blogs that are very famous, so you can comment on those so that you can get more traffic to your business blog as well as company website. Be regular in reading and commenting. We must spend at least one hour in leaving comments on corporate as well as business blogs. It will make them paying more attention to our comments.
  • KIKOLANI  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2011
    [Comments] 10 Dreadful Mistakes that Kill Your Comments
    PageRank 5, Alexa rank about 15K and constantly dropping (in case you are not familiar with how Alexa rank works, the lower the number, the better), a wealth of comments on every post. Yes, her readers come back over and over because of the exceptional content Kristi provides, but also because she rewards those who take their time to read her posts and leave their thoughts in comments with Dofollow , CommentLuv , and KeywordLuv enabled links back to their blogs. And blog commenting is still one of the easiest ways to get backlinks. How does that play out in comments?
  • ARI HERZOG  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2011
    [Comments] Why Blog Lurking is Not Bad
    The BlogHer community manager, a self-confessed lurker, admires people who may be you who prefer to read and lurk than read and comment. In a comment about lurking, she writes : I know the word “lurk&# and thus being a “lurker&# sounds bad but really, it’s not bad at all. If lurking makes you more comfortable than commenting, please be comfortable. Related posts: Commenter or Lurker: Which Blog Participant Are You? Introducing a 5-Part Series on Enhancing Blog Comments. Boost Corporate Branding and Add That Blog Comment. love lurkers!
  • ARI HERZOG  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2012
    [Comments] Your Right to Comment Here
    You can say it in the comment section below or you can say it on your own blog. You can visit an internet newspaper and comment there too. wrote on my civic blog that residents have the right to write comments using whatever names they felt most comfortable, and that it is our choice to read and respond to their pseudonymity , regardless of the vitriol therein. On this blog, you are welcome to write a comment using any name you choose. Beyond your name, write whatever sentences you want in your comment. Recent comments Recent comments.
  • KIKOLANI  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 2011
    [Comments] CommentLuv 2.9 – Guide for Blog Owners & Commenters
    This guide will cover what is new for both blog owners and blog commenters alike as well as how to install and configure this plugin on your WordPress blog. CommentLuv is a plugin that allows commenters to leave a link to their latest post behind with their comment. For example, Extreme John left behind this comment and CommentLuv link on yesterday’s guest post. Installing CommentLuv on your blog will allow commenters to leave behind a link to their latest blog post with their comment. Benefits for Blog Commenters. for Commenters.
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2010
    [Comments] Transparency in 2012
    This week began interestingly when I commented on a Telegraph article on the iPhone 4, which had it’s ‘ 10 reasons not to buy the iPhone 4 ‘, none of which were factually grounded. commented saying that it was poor journalism considering it was false information, but the shock came when my comment was promptly deleted. Starbucks got to work and deleted the comments (which took a long time), but then received criticism for removing all presence of these messages without acknowledging what had taken place. wouldn’t bury the deletion though.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2012
    [Comments] Should You Use a Third-Party Commenting System on Your Blog?
    If you’ve been blogging for anything more than a few months, you probably have come across blogs using third-party commenting systems like Disqus , Livefyre , Facebook Comments, Intense Debate , and more. Should I use a third-party commenting system on my site?” ” I have used both the built-in WordPress commenting system and a third-party commenting platform for an extensive period of time. Pros of third-party commenting systems. There are a lot of trolls on the web leaving anonymous comments. Are they helpful? Spam control.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012
    [Comments] Five Inappropriate Ways to Respond to Criticism
    The recipient of this comment then responds with something like, “No, I think you’re really inexperienced.” Some organizations will delete critical comments from their blog or Facebook page, for example. Customer Engagement Negative Comments Social Media criticism margie clayman respond to criticismToday’s guest post is written by Margie Clayman. large part of marketing, PR, and online communication rests upon how you respond to criticism. Others, however, respond to criticism in ways that makes them look really, really bad. Surely we can do better? Run Away!
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2012
    [Comments] The Value of Comments to a Profit-making Blog
    We’ve talked about the issues of blog comments before on Problogger.net, but never from a point of view of profit-making. Image courtesy stock.xchng user lusi But as I was looking at the stats on dPS last week, I found that this short, helpful opinion post from 2010 was still attracting a steady stream of readers—and comments. explained on Google+ why I think that post’s still so popular , but today I wanted to look a bit more closely at how comments can help a profit-making blogger. Commenting is a very strong kind of engagement. Increased ad revenue.
  • ENGAGE  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2011
    [Comments] How to Avoid Awkward Silence in Your Comment Section
    People may Retweet and Like your stuff, but they aren’t depositing their two cents in the comments section as often as we might like. Getting someone to visit is step one, and getting them to share your content on their network is nice, but getting them to leave a comment is the holy grail. Even Facebook started as a site for students of Harvard only, so don’t worry if the only people commenting on your blog (at first) are people you actually know. When someone does take the time to comment continue the conversation with them. We’ve all done it.
  • SOCIAL MARKETING FORUM  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2010
    [Comments] Survey Looks At ROI Of Web Site, Email, Mobile And Social: Comments And Context
    According to a recent survey, nearly 60% of respondents realized the highest return from email marketing and their company website. Those same channels are top of the priority list for spending among 46% of respondents. So, do corporations just not get social and mobile or are these channels simply not effective? Cross-channel ROI Research email EPIserver mobile social media spending web site
  • KIKOLANI  |  SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2011
    [Comments] How I Organize Google Reader for Blog Commenting
    And one thing I discovered very quickly about the photo community is if you want comments, you better start giving comments first. started out on sites by photo bloggers I met at a photowalk in downtown Phoenix and branched out from there with people in their comments and on their blogrolls. Once I started interacting, I saw my own comment numbers start moving in the right direction as well. And naturally, after I organized my photo blogs, the next step was to organize the rest of the blogs I wanted to comment on. Google Reader & Blog Commenting.
  • SCOTT GOULD  |  THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2010
    [Comments] Case Study: Value-Based Blogging
    Look and see how many comments this post gets, compared to how many tweets: This isn’t just a trend over the last week. Almost every post I write has more comments than tweets. This average time means people are reading the posts and reading the comments. If you were to ask me for my number one metric of success on my blog, I’d tell you instantly it’s comments. don’t know of any top blog that gets more comments than retweets. Tags: Case Studies Marketing and Branding Social Media blogging comments engagement postrank value
  • STEPHEN P SMITH  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2012
    [Comments] Geoff Livingston on Negative Feedback
    Amazon on Negative Comments: Disregard 5% | Geoff Livingston’s Blog. In its Holiday Marketing Best Practices Guide , Amazon coaches online merchants to disregard negative comments until they reach a ratio of 5% of all comments: “Most sellers will eventually receive some negative feedback. But I agree with the online retailer’s guidance in principle, and use a similar barometer in coaching clients about negative commenting. do think its important to listen to the comments in case there are insights to be gleaned ( even from a troll ).
  • BILL HARTZER  |  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2013
    [Comments] Dear Blog Comment Spammer: I Think Your Comment Spam Tool is Broken
    'Dear Blog Comment Spammer, who just left a comment on one of my recent blog posts: I think whatever software tool or script that you are using is broken. Whatever the reason, you should have noticed that none of the blog comments that are left on my blog actually allow outgoing links to websites. am more interested in the conversation, and the comments by real people that are left on my blog posts: and I love engaging and talking with my blog readers. don’t even think an automated bot of some sort would allow comments like these on a blog. Thanks.|.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 2012
    [Comments] Get More Comments: How Q&A Video Can Help
    My comments yo-yoed up and down. One post would get 15 comments, the next raked in a whopping zero. And no matter how much time I spent analyzing the differences between them, I couldn’t find an explanation for the stark contrast in comment numbers. made assumptions, and while sometimes my guesses hit the nail on the head (15 comments), others flopped miserably (a big fat zero). Determined to start 2012 with a video blog that pulled in consistent comments, I ditched the guess-work altogether. don’t have massive ProBlogger-esque comment numbers to brag about.
  • AKAMAI MARKETING  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2013
    [Comments] Moderating Comments and Managing Online Communities
    We've Moved! Please Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. Blogging Opinion social media #Blog4BizHi automation blog Fun with Social Media policy
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY STRATEGIST  |  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011
    [Comments] Irrelevance isn’t always a bad thing
    Community management "community guidelines" Community Engagement irrelevant comments online commentsHave you ever written community guidelines, or worked with someone to get them started? I’ve done both, and there is one word that often comes up: “irrelevance.” ” Community managers, particularly those connected to a consumer brand do not want irrelevant conversations in their community space. If it’s not about the company, the product or the [.].
  • ENGAGE  |  THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2011
    [Comments] 4 Tips for Developing a Blog Comment Policy
    Write a post about proper grammar and a troll will find every grammatical mistake you’ve made since kindergarten and share it in your comment section. So how can you deal with the potential trolls that might disrupt your comment section ? Well since there’s no way to eradicate the behavior, do the one thing you can do: get started with a solid blog comment policy. So turn that social media blunder into a positive open forum in your comments section. Don’t discourage passion just don’t encourage attacks on authors or other commenters. They won’t stop there.
  • SMALL BUSINESS MAVERICKS  |  MONDAY, MAY 21, 2012
    [Comments] The Best Five Social Media Websites For Meaningful Comments
    When it comes to meaningful comments, and deep discussions, forget Facebook and Twitter. If anything, they can flood you with banal comments that take a lot of time yet deliver little in results. There are other sites where comments reach a more meaningful level, and often lead to much deeper conversations. The best sites for meaningful comments include: LinkedIn – if you are looking for indepth conversations on particular topics then it’s hard to go past LinkedIn. Another great place to leave meaningful and insightful comments.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 2011
    [Comments] The Liberation Of Comments And The New Storytelling
    People leaving comments on a Blog has changed. The primary reason that people leave a comment on a Blog is to add their perspective. Many will point to comments as the key differentiator between what is a Blog and what would otherwise be known as an article. The question is this: is a Blog post any less valuable if the comments don't take place on the Blog post but happen anywhere and everywhere in the online sphere? There's no question that they could have pushed this even further by adding a "Comment On Facebook " call to action as well. It's easy.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, JULY 23, 2012
    [Comments] Blog Comments: 3 Bloggers Discuss the Issues
    One of the things I love about Problogger.net is the value of the comments my readers make here. Image courtesy stock.xchng user lusi Although the days when I could reply to many of those comments are now, sadly, long gone, I do read comments on the blog, and frequently get ideas and inspiration from them. Not all bloggers feel this way—you probably know of at least one or two big-name bloggers who don’t allow comments on their blogs. critics: some bloggers find criticism made in comments difficult to handle in such a public sphere. blog comment value.
  • WAXING UNLYRICAL  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 2011
    [Comments] Critically Speaking
    Take Brian Meeks ‘ comment on the recent guest post by Erica Allison on vlogging. Here’s part of Brian’s comment: That being said, I must respectfully disagree with the ‘Don’t edit’ comment. When I read Brian’s comment, I couldn’t help but laugh (I mean, how many people would watch your video so closely as to count all the “uhms&# and then rewrite “Gone With the Wind&# to make a point?) Blogging Communication Shonali Burke brian meeks comment policy erica allison taking criticism wellCriticism.
  • MINDJUMPERS  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2011
    [Comments] All You Need To Know About Your Facebook Reach [Study]
    For this purpose, today I have written about a research by EdgeRank Checker where they examined a random sample of 5,500+ Facebook Pages, to understand engagement rates through different activities on Facebook – Like, Share, Comment. Likes, Shares and Comments: To make your Facebook page more effective, recent EdgeRank Checker research shows that you have to go beyond just posting content. Content needs to generate engagement from fans like comments, likes and shares. Avg Clicks Per Comment: 14.678. Tweet. Each post on Facebook roughly reaches about 2.5%
  • KIKOLANI  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2012
    [Comments] How to Build Relationships and Grow Your Blog with Comments
    Bloggers obsess over traffic and comments. But you can help them get the conversation on their blog going, by leaving good comments. Just make sure your comments don’t come across as spam. The secret to good comments, is to add value to the conversation. Here’s how you can go about it: Read the post first (this might seem obvious, but many commenters don’t take the time to read the article and it often shows in their comments). Write a good comment that adds value. Is Closing Blog Comments a Good Idea? on it already.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, JULY 23, 2012
    [Comments] Why Livefyre is Here Again
    The comment system remained for three months. How to comment with Livefyre. Write your comment inside the box at the bottom of every post. Post your comment. You will initially see a “Post comment as” button. If you click Facebook, for instance, then your subsequent comments will have your name hyperlinked to your Facebook account. Future comments should allow you to merely “Post comment.” expect this social commenting system, including the tagging ability, will be a welcome sight. Blog News comments
  • ARI HERZOG  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2011
    [Comments] Analyzing Blog Visits Since Livefyre Came
    More than two months since Livefyre launched on this blog and replaced the vanilla WordPress commenting system with a more social interface, metrics indicate the number of visitors has essentially remained the same — but the average time you spent on this blog has drastically decreased. Peruse through recent articles in the archive and observe a marked decrease in comments since July 25. Livefyre is to blame for less comments. Would uninstalling the commenting plugin directly cause an increase in the amount of time you spend here? Add a comment below.
  • SIMON MAINWARING  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 2013
    [Comments] How One Comment on a Blog Post Saved a Child’s Life
    All you have to do is make a comment on one of the 31 blog posts written by guest writers to unlock a donation that will purchase a life-saving vaccine for children around the world who need it most. Nothing could be simpler than taking a few moments to read a post and then to simply write a few lines of comment of about what you enjoyed or what you learned. So I invite the We First community to take the time and click here and comment on one of the blog posts. Make sure you end August by taking just a few minutes to read any one of these 31 articles and to leave a comment.
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