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  • SOCIALNOMICS  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2015
    [Comments] 6 Tips for “Civilizing” Your Comments Section
    The ability for people to leave comments and get replies from the author is precisely why blogs won out over static websites. It’s also why everyone from mainstream newspapers to the small corner store uses some form of website that allows comments.  T. While the social angle of a comments section can be great to draw a crowd, there’s the slight problem of the anonymity the internet provides. Are we stuck dealing with people’s darker sides or can we find a way to all just get along? 1 ) Write a Comment Policy. This ties in with having a comment policy.
  • 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  |  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
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 2011
    [Comments] The Power Of Comments
    It's not easy to create a platform that truly engenders comments. Getting those same people to actually create any form of content for you (like a comment) is even tougher. Whatever the case may be, when someone does take the time to comment, it really does speak to the power of the content because human beings have been trained for decades to consume content. Not all comments are created equal. For some reason, the majority of comments found on newspaper websites and on YouTube are brutal. blog comment. comment. There's a trend happening online.
  • 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
  • DANNY BROWN  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2016
    [Comments] Postmatic 2.0 Just Changed Blog Email Subscriptions and Comments Completely
    Long-time readers and subscribers here will know the love I have for email and commenting solution Postmatic. has essentially closed the case on the best commenting and subscription mix for your blog (at least, if it’s a self-hosted WordPress one). Now you can see all comments currently left on that post, along with the option to  reply any of these comments by hitting the reply button underneath each one (click image to expand). Just Changed Blog Email Subscriptions and Comments Completely originally appeared on Danny Brown - - all rights reserved. Brilliant.
  • 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.
  • KIKOLANI  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 2011
    [Comments] The WordPress Comment System, Plugins and Moderation
    After clearing out around 2,500 pending comments and over 3,000 spam comments, I thought it was time to do a little update post on how I do comment moderation and otherwise determine what comments to approve or delete. The Overall Commenting Picture. Let’s start with the overall picture of what your comment will look like on Kikolani, starting with the comment form. And when you’re comment goes live, the above will result in the following. WordPress Comment Plugins and Services. Subscribe to Comments. Dofollow.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2015
    [Comments] Like, Comment, or Share This
    For every item posted on Facebook, there are three choices for you to do: like, comment, or share. I am creating a social experiment and starting a new Facebook page called Like, Comment, or Share This. You will see articles, videos, songs, anything that I think you might be inspired to like, comment, or share. It will be a stream of unfiltered things I discover online. Curious? Click here and be a fan. Thanks for reading. Please sign up to receive blog posts by email. Media Facebook
  • 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
  • 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. If not, here’s the long version. 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. Just genius.
  • BILL HARTZER  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 2015
    [Comments] Matt Cutts Comments on My April Fool’s Prank
    show with Leo Laporte and Jeff Jarvis, Matt Cutts commented my our April Fool’s prank. I’ve edited the video to pull out Matt Cutts’ comments so you don’t to have to listen to the whole entire hour-long show. Here are Matt Cutts’ comments: Leo Laporte : I was really disheartened that a couple of weeks ago that you left Google. The post Matt Cutts Comments on My April Fool’s Prank appeared first on Bill Hartzer. So much so that we had trouble keeping the website up and running that weekend. You are still on hiatus, right?
  • 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. With that, we have been using the blog comment capabilities of MovableType since the beginning. Don''t get me wrong, it still catches way more pieces of spammy blog comments than the ones that go live and, every day or so, I would hop on to the backend and simply delete the ones that made it through. Like I said, I think I was tempting the blog comment deities after my chat with Gini. I''m sorry.
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2013
    [Comments] How to Moderate WordPress Comments Very Quickly
    Did you know you can moderate WordPress comments quickly with WordPress Shortcuts and enabling selected WordPress options. have been moderating the millions of spam and not spam comments the usual way by clicking the link choices at the bottom. Read full original article at How to Moderate WordPress Comments Very Quickly ©2013 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved. Blogging WordPress
  • PUSHING SOCIAL  |  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2015
    [Comments] Do Blog Comments Really Matter (and more)
    We tackle blog comments and how to get more blog update subscribers. We have a double header for you today. Enjoy! Blog Marketing
  • 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.  On the other end, there are some excellent bloggers who make little mistakes that kill their reputation and test the “host’s” patience. wink}.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2012
    [Comments] Get More Comments: Focus on the First Comment
    That’s when you begin to wonder … why isn’t anybody leaving a comment? There are blogs with readerships in the hundreds of thousands with barely a handful of comments per post. Why don’t people comment? This may come as a bit of a shock if you’ve been navigating the blogosphere for any length of time, but commenting on a blog is not a natural or intuitive behavior. But for commenting to happen, they must understand it as an option. The easiest way for readers to know they can comment is to see the comments of other readers. Or are they?
  • 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.
  • DIRECT MARKETING OBSERVATIONS  |  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2012
    [Comments] Why Should You Comment On A Blog Post?
    I was reading an article today titled,  Behind the Wheels: An all-too-real Cinderella story  it had 12 comments. Which got me to wondering: How come useless throw away blog posts and articles have tons and tons of comments and the good stuff gets next to nothing? Part of the question also emenated from this post,  Why Your Networking Sucks — And the Secret to Doing it Right  which had 30 comments, but also sucked people in, including me, because it held the promise of revealing a…secret. Do you share it, save it, or comment? Why should you comment?
  • 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. This is a practice I’ve only recently implemented, in part because of continuing to think about the value of a like on Facebook. 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. I’m also rewarding them, in a way and people like being rewarded.
  • 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.
  • DIRECT MARKETING OBSERVATIONS  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 2011
    [Comments] Anti-Social Media-The Anonymous Comment
    find it amazing that adults view the ability  to freely and anonymously comment on any story, as a green light for stupidity and hate.  You’re weak because you hide behind a computer to make your anonymous comments. And yet we sit here and question criticize large media outlets for a) Not being transparent b) Not allowing comments and b) Censoring their comments because of 1st amendment rights. And they do the same-To allow anonymous comments or not? The commenter has revealed themselves. Do you allow the comment or not? With good reason.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • ARI HERZOG  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010
    [Comments] Mollom and You: Mind Adding a Comment Please?
    I am testing an anti-spam comment moderation plugin called Mollom. installed it 15 hours ago, to replace Akismet — sparked by a growing concern the popular plugin was deleting unnecessary comments and spamming more false positives than it ought. There are benefits and disadvantages of Mollom and Akismet, let alone their alternatives, but the final issue for me is how easy it is for you to leave a comment. Too many approved comments were coming through as ham despite being spam. -- Thank you for reading Mollom and You: Mind Adding a Comment Please?
  • CREATIVE RAMBLINGS  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2012
    [Comments] 5 ways to promote your blog by commenting on others
    If not, you should start doing it [.] 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 you like this post, you will probably enjoy her latest eBook, The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips , available on Amazon!
  • BILL HARTZER  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 2014
    [Comments] Blog Comment Spammer Leaves Comment. Forgets to Spin the Content.
    When you have a fairly popular blog, you have to deal with comment spammers. Unfortunately, blog comment spamming still works apparently, or at least the blog spammers haven’t learned that it doesn’t work. Nonetheless, I’m still amazed at some of the comments left on the blog. There are always the really bad comments that make no sense at all, and then there are actual comments by real people. Occasionally I get some really funny blog comments. Apparently this comment didn’t work very well for this blog comment spammer.
  • KIKOLANI  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2012
    [Comments] How to Set Up Blog Comments as Goals in Google Analytics Using WordPress Hacks
    Absolutely – you can start with your comments! What You Can Learn from Setting Up Blog Comments as Goals. Here are a few things you can learn from setting up comment form submissions as goals in Google Analytics. Discover what referral sites are sending the most commenters. Learn the difference between commenters and regular traffic. On my blog, one interesting tidbit is the average time on site for regular visitors is 1:23 vs the average time on site for commenters is 10:31! good reason to encourage comments! The Basics of How it Works.
  • AKAMAI MARKETING  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2013
    [Comments] Moderating Comments and Managing Online Communities
    Tweet Much has been writing over the years about how to manage comments in a blog or online community. Open Door Policy:  The most liberal of comment moderation policies. All comments are auto-approved without any technical or human moderation. Cons: Comments can create community drama without being spammy or profane. . think its strikes a good balance of empowering the community while making it enjoyable for most.  My comments require a sign-in ( LiveFyre ) and Akismet moderates for spammy links and the worst profanity, the rest is auto-approved. Tweet.
  • 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. I 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. Here is a copy of the blog comment spam that you left. think it’s hilarious, if you ask me. Way cool!
  • GET SOCIAL PR  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2013
    [Comments] Learn to Write Social Media Policy for Negative Comments
    TweetRecently a friend of mine posted a great question on Facebook about the act of a business deleting social media negative comments from its fan page. Here’s the question: Should businesses EVER delete negative comments about themselves on Facebook, or should they engage customer service issues in the public forum? How-To Opinion Applebee's Conversation Engage Customers Facebook Learn How To Write Learn To Write Media Comments Negative Negative Comments Protect Your Business Social MediaYou Read the Rest.
  • T2 SOCIAL  |  MONDAY, JULY 13, 2015
    [Comments] When Should You Address Negative Comments on Social Media?
    When should negative comments on social media be addressed, and how? I was recently speaking at a conference in Las Vegas, and a particular question kept popping up: “How and when should I deal with negative comments on social media?” The most common answer is that every brand needs to deal with every negative comment that arises for fear that a single unaddressed issue will sink a company. Negative comments and remarks on social channels can be fairly tricky. There are two things you want to consider when it comes to handling negative comments.
  • TRADESMEN INSIGHTS  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 2011
    [Comments] Increase Your Visibility by Commenting on Blogs
    Commenting on blogs will do several things, among them getting the blogger to notice you, and if you do it on a regular basis, you can start building a relationship with them. Comments with links (that aren’t self promotional) will send visits. recently read a post by Rand Fishkin, CEO of SEOmoz on Recommendations for Blog Comments as a Marketing Strategy that had some interesting points. Rand highlights 10 recommendations for blog comments, and they include the following: Read at least 5 posts by an author before commenting.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2011
    [Comments] A Blog Commenting Strategy
    The next source of blog traffic is blog commenting. Blog commenting is so easy, even leaving a sentence can supply you with an excellent 50 unique visitors. What are the steps for driving traffic through commenting on other blogs? 1. Before commenting, you need to know exactly where to comment. If your blog’s about dog training and you comment on Web Designers Ledger, you should know the amount of traffic will be little and the SEO gain may be zero. The most important thing in blog commenting is the blog you comment on. Why and how?
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY STRATEGIST  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2011
    [Comments] Every comment counts
    Every tweet, Facebook update and comment posted online is a form of communication. Whether that comment is on a blog post, news article, YouTube video or Flickr photo, it counts. So my question is this: Why isn’t this content being held to the same high standard and given the same level of thought as traditional [.]. Community Building Public Relations digital communications PR public relations social media social-communications
  • 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
  • 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?
  • DANNY BROWN  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
    [Comments] Why I'm Loving the Livefyre Comments System - Danny Brown
    Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs Why I’m Loving the Livefyre Comments System September 15, 2010 67 voices share yours! Share 1 save Regular readers of this blog will have noticed the introduction of the Livefyre comment system. While I’ve written in the past about my reasons to go back to the WordPress comments system , I saw Livefyre in use on a couple of blogs I enjoy and was intrigued enough to check the system out. Where are the comments stored?
  • 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.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY STRATEGIST  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 2014
    [Comments] Twitter users sound off about sexist comment on Jeopardy
    in weeks, maybe even months – Alex Trebek makes a comment that annoys me so much that I have to tweet about it. Jeopardy Why does Alex Trebek have to comment on his surprise that females answered the Madden category correctly? Alex Trebek making totally sexist comment. The post Twitter users sound off about sexist comment on Jeopardy appeared first on Angela Connor. The one day I sit down to watch Jeopardy! Congratulations!” ” Wow. How completely condescending, I thought. Men found it offensive too. Jeopardy. everydaysexism. SUPRISE!
  • 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.
  • 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  |  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.
  • SHERRILYNNE STARKIE  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2010
    [Comments] LinkedIn: removing group comments | Sherrilynne Starkie
  • 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. 2. Be regular in reading and commenting. We must spend at least one hour in leaving comments on corporate as well as business blogs. 3. It will make them paying more attention to our comments. 5.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2013
    [Comments] The Ultimate Guide to Leaving Comments On Blogs
    If you’ve ever read a post, book or eBook, or listened to a webinar or conference session on the topic of ‘finding readers for your blog’ you’ll have heard the advice: ‘ Leave comments on other blogs ‘ It was the first piece of advice I remember reading about building readership (from memory a 2002 book by Rebecca Blood was the first blog tips that I ever read) and it’s advice I’ve heard (and given) hundreds of times, since. Benefits of Leaving Comments on Other People’s Blogs. 1. Types of Commenters. Add some value.
  • QUICK ONLINE TIPS  |  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2012
    [Comments] How to Download Digg Archives: Backup Diggs, Comments, Links
    Home > Social Media > Tutorials » Digg How can you download Digg archives, to backup your diggs, submissions, comments and saved articles? Digg in its new avatar after the takeover has converted into a single page site, and power Digg users would have thousands of diggs and submissions and comments which they might want to backup. Original Article: How to Download Digg Archives: Backup Diggs, Comments, Links Copyright 2012. Its another part of the incredible Digg story. Download Digg Archives. Import Digg Archives. You choose. Want to Cheat Digg?
  • 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
  • MICRO PERSUASION  |  THURSDAY, JULY 1, 2010
    [Comments] Voice Comments Are Open, Call in and Share Your Thoughts on Social.
    Steve Rubel owns this site 5,034 subscribers The Steve Rubel Stream 1 Jul 2009 Voice Comments Are Open, Call in and Share Your Thoughts on Social Media I promised you when the site lanched that we would use it as a place to experiment with new formats and concepts in co-created content. Note that phone numbers wont be shared (you can keep it private if you want) and not all comments will make it on to the site - only the more interesting or, dare I say, entertaining ones. audio innovation Voice Permalink Tweet Comments 4 Comments Jul 01, 2009 Steve Rubel said.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2015
    [Comments] 5 Ways to Ramp Up Comments on Your Blog
    Comments feed the writers soul with proof of work well done. It’s easy to think that not everyone likes comments, but the truth is that comments are what makes us believe in our content and its usefulness. The feeling you get from not receiving any comments on the content you write can be pretty devastating. Comments are the blogger’s currency, and how long can you keep going on for when you’re broke? If 1% of 1000 readers leaves a comment, that makes for 10 comments — a much more realistic number. Comment to get comments.
  • CONVERSTATIONS  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 2014
    [Comments] Are Comments Really Necessary on Your Small Business Blog?
    There was a time, before the launch of Twitter and open registration of Facebook, where the general feeling among people was that  comments were an important and necessary piece of blogging. Arguments were made how comments, especially for business blogs, allowed better engagement and put a personality behind a static company website. This was before tools and plugins like Disqus , Facebook Comments, and Google+ Comments were available. With so many ways and places to engage and interact, blog comments might not make as much sense as it once did.
  • CONVINCE & CONVERT  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 2011
    [Comments] 4 Keys to Turning Negative Commenters Into Brand Advocates
    The key to surviving, however, is to embrace these negative comments for what they actually are: golden opportunities. If one of your customers is going to go to such great lengths to give you this negative feedback, whether tweet, Facebook post, comment card or review site, there’s clearly a great deal of emotion in the experience and passion within the individual. Guest post by Chris Book , CEO and co-founder of Chatterplug , a user review and rewards platform. Nobody likes being told something negative about themselves. What can you do with that??? Here’s how: 1. Give a damn.
  • 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.
  • 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? Over to You.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 2015
    [Comments] Find Readers for Your Blog Through Commenting and Relationships
    Today, we’re going to talk about how to find them in the first place by building community, strengthening relationships, and commenting on other blogs. Today I want to focus on two things: prolific usefulness through commenting , and networking/relational growth. The first idea, prolific commenting, is definitely a low-level strategy that won’t bring heaps of traffic, but it will help you gain confidence and get the lay of the land. Finding Readers Week: Corinne Talks Commenting, Engagement, and Are Forums Right For Your Blog? Further Reading.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JULY 19, 2015
    [Comments] The ProBlogger Podcast How-To: Leave Comments on Blogs
    Leaving comments on other blogs is one of the most commonly-recommended things you can do to drive traffic to your blog and to increase your online visibility. In today’s episode I also mention how although there’s truth in the advice that leaving comments is a great way to boost your blog, it can also be a technique that can really damage your blog. I’ve got some tips to help you harness this technique in the right way so you can build a really great connection with other bloggers in a mutually beneficial way. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger.
  • 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. 98.2% of the comments were effectively meaningless.
  • GET SOCIAL PR  |  MONDAY, JUNE 24, 2013
    [Comments] Should You Delete Abusive Comments from Your Organization’s Blog
    TweetI’ve been thinking about abusive comments we see from time to time on blogs, both in the world of business and among other organizations, causes and personal blogs. Commentary Blog Blog Comments Blogging Campaign Blog Check Lists Comment Corporate Blog Corporate Blogs There are a lot of angry people. Some have legitimate reason, say when a company screws up and doesn’t make amends. Or, say, folks get upset at [.].
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 2014
    [Comments] Herding Comments In The Digital Wind
    Chris Brogan decided to turn off the comments on his blog yesterday. In his blog post, cutely titled: Turning Off Comments and Why We Will All Be Okay , he lists the reasons as: Comments are everywhere. In short, we''re not just adding our opinions in a comment section on a blog, but we''re creating an entirely new piece of content (like this blog post). Blog comment spam is brutal. went through this exact same issue for months on end, and we wound up ditching our original comment system to bring in Disqus. blog comments. commenting.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2010
    [Comments] Moderating Blog Comments
    As you know, my top 10 blog posts I read on vacation on Monday included Shel Holtz’s blog about moderating comments. Sneak peak: Joe and I disagree about moderating blog comments. respect the heck out of his decision to moderate his comments. He says he found a comment that said, “ Name redacted is a thief and imposter take no note of him. Have guidelines on your blog that state you will delete comments that appear libelous to you. Blogging, as Kevin Dugan stated in a comment here yesterday, is 80 IQ points. Moderating comments or no?
  • 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
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2013
    [Comments] How to Leverage Blog Comments to Increase Search Rank
    When the topic of getting blog comments for SEO comes up, your first thought would probably be to get links to your site by commenting on other blogs. Well, I usually don’t waste my time with that technique, because most comment links are no-follow anyway. And I want to bring focus to the comments on my own blog. Comments are a good source of user-generated content containing those keyword phrases. and I would reply with another comment answering the question in a complete sentence that contained the keyword phrase. Reply to all the comments on time.
  • 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
  • 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?
  • 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.&# It revealed how both Edelman and Best Buy dropped the ball on having someone on-hand and well-versed to discuss the new video program they were launching. 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!” He sounded like a nice enough fellow, and I thought, “Why not call him back?&#. His advice to me: “NEVER, EVER SAY ‘NO COMMENT.’&#.
  • BLOGGER XPERTISE  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2012
    [Comments] Tip: Making the comment link more intuitive for. - Blogger Xpertise
    Comments. Comments. Tip: Making the comment link more intuitive for Blogger. We came across a comment on Google+ this morning that had us scratching our heads, mainly because we never noticed this odd behavior in Blogger, but once noticed, it really is strangely wrong. Basically it boils down to all "index" pages in a Blogger site, that when a page has multiple posts on it, in the footer of each post it says something like "5 comments" or "no comments", but never a link that says "leave a comment". Post a Comment" would be the link).
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2011
    [Comments] How to Get 80+ Comments on Your Next Blog Post
    My blog is only 22 posts old but I already get close to 100 comments on most of the articles I write. recently wrote about how to increase conversions and got over 250 comments in about six hours. So why is my blog getting so many comments? And more importantly, what can you do to replicate the commenting frenzy on your own blog? Why comments matter. The first thing I want to talk about is why comments are important to a blog. Blog comments are a sign that your community is healthy and functional. How I get people to comment.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2010
    [Comments] Handling Negative Comments Online
    Social Media Arment Dietrich facebook question of the week gini dietrich Google groupon mark zuckerberg Negative comments Samantha CollierThe Facebook question of the week comes from my cutie patootie friend Samantha Collier (BTW, I said she was just @samtara in the video, but the correct link is here). She asks, “How should one respond to negative feedback, differing opinions, etc., through social media?&#. My answer is in the video (which, if you’re viewing through your RSS feed and can’t see, you can click here to watch it). What is your advice?
  • 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. For now, though, I’d love to hear where you’re at with comments on your blog. Or have you turned comments off altogether?
  • 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.
  • CREATIVE RAMBLINGS  |  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2012
    [Comments] How to redirect first-time commenters to a ‘Thank You’ page
    A couple of months ago, I left a comment on a blog I had never visited before. created a page inviting first-time commenters to subscribe to my [.] How to redirect first-time commenters to a ‘Thank You’ page was written by Cendrine Marrouat for her social media blog, Creative Ramblings. Upon pressing “Send”, I was redirected to a lovely “Thank You” page. found the idea really neat and decided to implement it right away on my blog. Blogging WordPress blogging tips thank you page
  • ARI HERZOG  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2013
    [Comments] Rethinking Blog Comments
    Juli Monroe wrote this comment : I really hate blogs with comments turned off. While I do lurk much of the time, I like the option to comment. When comments are turned off, I wonder why, and it makes me not want to read. They frequently write passionately and conversationally without any places to comment. Don’t worry. I am not going to turn off comments any time soon. Though, I do intend to turn off comments more frequently in the coming weeks than the default ON all-the-time setting today. Comments My views have changed, slightly.
  • SMALL BUSINESS MAVERICKS  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 2011
    [Comments] Why You Shouldn’t Delete Negative Comments
    You let that comment fly and it’s too late. Whether on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or your local forum, don’t delete the negative comments. They see your profile and dig in a little deep only to find that you’ve deleted comments. And you can’t escape the fact that the comments have already been seen by some of your friends, fans, and followers. So if you don’t delete the comments, what should you do? Social Media comments negativityHave you ever had one of those days? Then … there it goes. What do you do?
  • 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.
  • WRITTENT BLOG  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2013
    [Comments] 13 Not-So-Scary Ways to Become a Master at Blog Commenting
    Every content marketing strategy should involve a plan for blog commenting. However, taking the time to leave comments really matters, and it’s an integral part of your content promotion strategy whether you realize it or not. Content marketing expert Ken Mueller cites his regular commitment to leaving comments as a critical success measure, stating “[i]t has been incredibly important to my growth as a blogger, and to the growth of my business.”. Blog commenting can leave a bigger impression on another writer than just sharing their article on Twitter or Google+.
  • FEVER BEE  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2014
    [Comments] Should Newspapers Close Down Their Comment Sections?
      People click on an article regardless of the comments (it's a news story after all). Assuming most, let's say 70%, of those continually returning to an article are participating in the comments and returning to read the responses (there isn't much data on this), that's around 12,785 comments per day.    However, in the past few months we've seen several news sites closing their comment sections citing poor quality of discussion and rise in popularity of Facebook/Twitter. That's a total of $100k per year. 
  • KIKOLANI  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012
    [Comments] How to React to Comments for Your Reputation Management
    You’ve been following the conversation about your brand using one of the many monitoring tools available to help you manage and monitor your online reputation and now it has caught wind of a few negative comments or posts about you or your company. No one likes to discover negative comments and reviews but many times it is the price of doing business. You should work on establishing which comments you will respond to on Facebook, Twitter, and other channels but be consistent with equal treatment of all posters. 10 Dreadful Mistakes that Kill Your Comments.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2015
    [Comments] The Social Media Mob Needs to Go
    Don’t Read the Comments A few days ago, I made the mistake of reading the comments on an article Ragan syndicated from this very blog. It was about the pay gap between men and women in the PR industry so I thought I would be safe to read the comments. read the first two comments—both posted anonymously—and immediately closed the article. Comments NancyDavis Something is up! Community Social Media don''t read the comments inside pr joe thornley jon ronson justine sacco martin waxman online attacks pay gap Ragan sam biddle so you''ve been publicly shamed
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2015
    [Comments] How to Build a Community that Thrives
    The magic happens not when you begin to get comments on your content, but when those people begin talking to one another. In fact, just yesterday I was emailing with a student who said he and his girlfriend are  huge Spin Sucks readers and they met, not in class, but in the comments here. They want to know their comments or content resonates. Comment on and share their content. Comment on and share their content. Answer comments. Try it in the comments here. Comments So, you''re a Yenta? . By Gini Dietrich. Holy cow! Build a community.
  • 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.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2015
    [Comments] Content Distribution: Eight Ways to Gain New Readers
    ” When we looked at her blog, they didn’t have the social share buttons or comments enabled. Enable Comments. Yes, I know there is controversy about whether to enable comments , but I fall firmly on the side of “you can’t build community or distribute your content” (particularly when you’re starting out) if you don’t have comments open. Danny Brown is testing Google+ comments on his blog (which I like and it’d be interesting to hear his results) and you can also test Facebook comments. told you. Email.
  • 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. I’ve spent my entire career in communication. 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. This first ran on Inkling Media , my friend Ken Mueller’s blog. Say so.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2012
    [Comments] Gin and Topics: Triumph the Insult Dog and Cats Playing Patty Cake
    Mr. D sent this to me…it’s a very funny video about managing negative comments (cough, trolls, cough) online. Social Media Top 5 cats playing patty cake Conan O'Brien gin and topics jack mcbryer jordan knight marc girolimetti mister rogers Negative comments old navy triumph the insult dog weiner circle youtube advertising youtube commentsIs anyone a dog whisperer? And, let’s be real, 4 a.m. is early even for me. If anyone has any ideas, I’m all ears. I’d like just another 50-55 minutes of sleep. Is that too much to ask? Thank You Hater !
  • FEVER BEE  |  THURSDAY, MAY 1, 2014
    [Comments] Comment Frequency Policy
    I like the simple wording of this commenting policy from the terrific Overcoming Bias blog : How many communities have a recommendation for commenting frequency?    How many communities have one as simply explained as this?    Branded Online Communities Managing Online Communities
  • 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. A lot of posts we write provide travel tips and information people need to go to a specific destination. 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. Get More Comments: Know Which Posts Make Readers Talk.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, JULY 18, 2011
    [Comments] Why You Add a Comment, Why You Click Like
    Just because I am not inspired to add a comment and converse doesn’t mean someone else won’t comment. Ever wonder why some people choose to comment when others don’t, why some people opt to share website content with their social networks when others don’t, and why some people don’t care when others do? The reason you choose to socially share is your reason alone, no different than why you might comment on a blog article or a Facebook update when your best friend will not. Recent comments Recent comments. How will you know?
  • SOCIALNOMICS  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2011
    [Comments] Jalen Rose Twitter Account Blows Up over ‘Uncle Tom’ Comments
    The interesting thing is that Rose doesn’t seem to be backing off his comments as a 17-year-old in the documentary.  Jalen Rose is a former NBA player and current NBA analyst.  He is probably best known for being a part of the Michigan Fab 5 back in the early 90′s.  Now Rose has an understanding of how real-time Twitter is when you are in the middle of something controversial. Rose goes on to mention famous Duke player Grant Hill.  Grant Hill responded via a long New York Times article. Featured Twitter Jalen Rose Twitter Jalen Rose Uncle Tom
  • 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. 1. There are a lot of trolls on the web leaving anonymous comments. Are they helpful? Spam control.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2013
    [Comments] How Posting a Humble ‘Selfie’ Grew Traffic, Shares and Comments on a New Blog
    Thirdly, the post had more comments than she’d had previously. How Posting a Humble ‘Selfie’ Grew Traffic, Shares and Comments on a New Blog. Two months ago my wife, Vanessa, started to blog. It is something she’s been planning for some time and with a little encouragement and some design help from Shayne, we set up at Style and Shenanigans. The blog is in its very early days and Vanessa is still finding her voice but I think she’s a natural. I’ve been excited to see her experiment with a variety of kinds of blog posts. People relate to people.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, MAY 23, 2014
    [Comments] One Last Comment About Blog Comments (Hint: They're Back)
    Sadly, I shut the commenting functionality on this blog down on April 16th of this year. In a strange twist of fate/timing the blog comments being shut off happened in and around the same time that the subject of commenting on blogs re-entered into the social media zeitgeist. Some notable sites had decided to shut their comments down, and allow the discourse to flow wherever it may (on Twitter , Facebook , someone else''s blog, etc.). In a meta-move, I blogged about the entire situation over here: Shutting Down Blog Comments. blog comment. That''s it.
  • 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.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2012
    [Comments] Jack of all Trades, Master of… The Problem with Google
    So, it looks like Google is entering the comment system fray. Nor that there are already excellent comment systems out there at the minute – the awesome Livefyre (used on this very blog), Disqus and IntenseDebate to name just some of the third-party options. Google’s clearly taken a look at how Facebook Comments tie the user into Zuckerberg’s network, and wants a piece of that pie to go along with their recent abandonment of their “don’t be evil” mantra. And now there’s the news of the Google comments system. Cue growth time.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2013
    [Comments] Real and Spam Blog Comments
    Heed the advice of social media consultants and promote your blog by commenting on other blogs. Comments that tell a story help your brand and help me understand what you’re trying to convey. Commenting that anyone or her mother could write has zero value and is universally known as spam. Meet spam comments on my blog. Moreover, none of these writers abide by my comment policy of a first name last name convention. None of these comments have anything to do with the piece. Meet real comments on my blog. Strategy blogging comments
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2015
    [Comments] Focus On Your Strengths and Your Uniqueness
    By Gini Dietrich I get beat up a lot by random strangers across the web (and sometimes in the comments here). I am a perfectionist. Mean Comments Do Not Equate Your Worth Right now, I’m kind of reeling from a mean comment that someone left on a blog post of mine. He left a nasty comment. The only mean one of 59 comments, yet I’m focused on that one instead of the 58 nice ones. The 58 comments that mean something to me and that build the community here. Am I going to change the way I write or the topics I cover because of one mean comment?
  • 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.
  • SMALL BUSINESS MAVERICKS  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2011
    [Comments] Would You Add Google+ To Your Blog Comments?
    How many different blog comment applications are out there? If you are a WordPress user, then you know you don’t need to add a plug-in or application to encourage comments on your blog. However, you can add comment management services like Disqus or CommentLuv. But what if Google+ had a blog comment system? Let me tell you why you should consider it: A blog comment system owned by Google would be SEO gold. Comments from Google’s blog comment system would be given preferential treatment in the search engines. WordPress has its own.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2013
    [Comments] Why Popular Science Killed Their Comments And The Huffington Post Should Too
    If the comments following this post or any others were gone, how much of a difference would that make? Last week, Popular Science shut off the comments on their website. In an article titled, Why We''re Shutting Off Our Comments , online content director, Suzanna LaBarre stated: "Comments can be bad for science. " You would think that there must be technology to moderate these bad comments and fix it. The blog comments of today are becoming the trackbacks of yesteryear. Why not tweet your comment? blog comments. Or whatever?
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2015
    [Comments] Business Blogging: Five Reasons You Have No Readers
    You comment on them—thoughtfully (at least, on the blogs that still have them—it’s trendy at the moment to ditch comments , but we’re not sold on that strategy ). Not just a “great post” comment with a link back to your blog. You interact with anyone who comments on your blog. Comments KateNolan Eleanor. Related Stories The Spin Sucks Scavenger Hunt Why We Won’t Shut Off Blog Comments Add Tweetable Quotes in WordPress Blog Posts. Blog Social Media blog comments business blogging content distribution Networking writing writing voice
  • 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. If you are inspired to add a comment with your thoughts, please visit Your Right to Comment Here in your browser. Recent comments Hi Ari, Allow me to quote you from LinkedIn: “I just. Photograph by Matthew Hull. You have the right to say whatever you want online. But you do not have the right to expect a response. Do you [.] Thank you for reading! Ari Herzog is a new media explorer. by Dave Zan What's confusing?
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