Sponsored Comments: Is the Web About to Get Uglier?
FEBRUARY 3, 2015
” The idea was to generate a little awareness and build relationships with journalists and bloggers by commenting on articles where the client had an expertise. Though the idea has evolved to look more like DIY media relations , it still is pretty viable…if you know how to comment well. We evolved as comments became the next big thing. Sponsored Comments?
Non-Facebook Users: Please Comment Here
DECEMBER 19, 2012
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. To the non-Facebook users who read my blog, is the commenting system so important to you?
Five Ways to Deal with Negative Online Comments
DECEMBER 13, 2011
Following are five steps for dealing with negative comments and criticism online. Say, for instance, someone is complaining about your return policy on Facebook, but it’s very clear what it is and you’ve never strayed from it. Your other Facebook fans will chalk that person up to just being a complainer. recently was asked to look at the Facebook wall for a friend.
Comment by Facebook or WordPress
MARCH 24, 2012
When presented the choice between two different commenting systems, which do you choose? The Facebook commenting system (alternatively by Yahoo, AOL, or Hotmail login) appears first. The WordPress commenting system appears below that. Please continue reading Comment by Facebook or WordPress and leave a comment if inspired. Recent comments Recent comments. Will one beat the other? Ari Herzog is currently seeking a full time position in social media. Connect on LinkedIn today. Discover more articles on new and emerging media. Musing
Managing Negative Online Comments
OCTOBER 12, 2011
It’s Facebook question of the week time (clap, clap, clap!). A few housekeeping things first. If you’re going to PRSA this weekend/next week, leave me a comment so I can say hi! Managing Negative Online Comments originally appeared on Spin Sucks on October 12, 2011. And, Inside PR ( Martin Waxman , Joe Thornley , and I) are hosting a TweetUp on Monday night. On us.
Should You Hide Comments on Your Facebook Page?
FEBRUARY 21, 2017
We’ve all had it happen: a negative comment on Facebook Page post that glares at you from the screen. We do, after all, have the option to hide comments on Facebook. So should you actually hide comments on your Facebook Page? There are pros and cons to hiding comments on Facebook, and other strategies you can use instead. Final Thoughts.
Pros and Cons of the Facebook Comments Plugin
MARCH 10, 2011
It’s Facebook question of the week time (clap, clap, clap)! Ken Colburn asks, “What are the pros and cons of the new Facebook Comments plugin that just launched?. Facebook launched a service that allows you to post your blog comments to your stream. Threads stay synced across regardless of where the comment was made. two weeks ago?)
How Can Brands Manage Facebook Comment Overload
FEBRUARY 1, 2012
Tweet Recent comment count on Facebook brand pages is going up, just proving that now, people accept social media as an effective method of communicating with their brand and entering a conversation. Most importantly it is crucial not to hit the panic button and do the easy thing of deleting all the negative comments or even the entire thread. So what do you think?
Is Using Facebook Comments Good for Publishers?
MARCH 7, 2011
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. think it is. Social Medi
10 Ways to Get Comments On Your Blog
SEPTEMBER 14, 2016
We live in an attention-deficit world where comments and shares on blog posts are at a premium. The post 10 Ways to Get Comments On Your Blog appeared first on Spin Sucks. Here are 10 ways to be sure you'll get both every time. Related Stories Spin Sucks Celebrates 10 Years!
Facebook Commenting Platform: Pros and Cons For Businesses
MARCH 2, 2011
Facebook has announced a new version of its Comments Box plugin – its social plugin that enables Facebook-connected commenting on a website. Facebook’s Comment Box plugin. Among the features Facebook has revealed: Social relevance – the new plugin uses what Facebook calls “social signals to prioritize comments on posts.
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MARCH 6, 2015
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An Ode to Blog Comment Spam
NOVEMBER 13, 2012
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. Publishing
Facebook Tests Displaying Active Comment Threads Alongside Messages
DECEMBER 8, 2016
Facebook is testing an alternative to notifications for users who want to keep track of comment threads on posts. Josh Constine of TechCrunch shared the screenshot below from Russell Smith , in which comment threads from Facebook posts are appearing alongside chat windows from messages at the bottom of the screen in the desktop version of the social network.
Why Mashable’s Comment System Fails
JUNE 20, 2011
The sites also fight for the most amount of comments, retweets, and social shares. But if you are inspired to add a comment (either to the author or an existing commentator), you must have either a Twitter or Facebook account and be willing to sign-in to Mashable through that third-party channel. Updates in your feed when your friends post comments. 4. Until now.
10 Additional Ideas to Generate Comments and Shares
MARCH 21, 2012
Nearly two months ago, we talked about 10 content ideas that generate comments and shares. Apparently the seventh idea in that blog post (lists) worked because it had 190 comments and a gazillion shares on all of the networks. In the comments, there were a lot of really good additional ideas and I promised to do a second post (maybe the comments here will get us a third post!).
Why You Write Blog Comments
FEBRUARY 2, 2012
love reading your comments. Your personal brand and your wanting to share that social identity with the world is the primary motivation for you to take time out of your day and write a comment. It’s the same motivation for you to do whatever you do on Facebook. You want to add your comment to the continuing saga of who you are online. Any social media strategist will tell you that a simple way to get your blog known to other people is by commenting on their blogs. Please continue reading Why You Write Blog Comments and leave a comment if inspired.
Facebook: editing comments
JULY 27, 2012
Did you know that you can edit comments you’ve made on Facebook after you’ve published them? It works for both personal and business profiles. Just click in the top right corner of your comment, then go down to ‘Edit’ Change your mind again? Just hit escape and the original comment will stand. Facebook’s new update scheduler.
Facebook Live Updates for Facebook Mentions
DECEMBER 22, 2016
Facebook Live started out as a feature of the Facebook Mentions application for celebrities, public figures and journalists, and the social network rolled out a host of updates for Facebook Live on Mentions. Live video on Facebook is social and interactive–fans can react to broadcasts, comment and ask questions.
Facebook Video and Facebook Live: The Future for Marketers
MAY 23, 2016
Believe it or not, Facebook is the answer for marketers. Creating an effective Facebook strategy needs to be an essential focus, and with influencer marketing now becoming a staple, huge opportunities exist for brands that invest at the intersection of these two complementary approaches. So what is Facebook video anyway? And what about Facebook Live?
Rethinking Blog Comments Again
JUNE 18, 2014
If you look at every blog post I wrote in 2014 in reverse chronological order from yesterday’s post rationalizing why I tweet to my first post on branding , the above numeric series indicates how many comments people wrote on each post. This includes my comments, too. Why do I allow people to comment if few do? If you start at the beginning of the series (on the left) and skip over the 3, 0, and 1, the next three posts have zero comments. The first no-comment post (on naming your blog ) saw 8 shares on Twitter, 1 share on Facebook, and 2 shares on LinkedIn.
Why You Should Stop Writing Blog Comments
JULY 12, 2011
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.
Facebook, Messenger, Instagram in a Single Inbox for Businesses
NOVEMBER 15, 2016
Facebook announced that businesses on the social network can now link their Facebook, Messenger and Instagram accounts and receive all communications from those channels in a single inbox. The social network said in a Facebook for Business post that the new inbox will roll out to brands using the Pages application “in the coming weeks,” with other devices to be added soon.
How to Monitor Comments on your Instagram Ads (and why it’s crucial to do so!)
JUNE 7, 2016
Like ads on Facebook, your Instagram Ads receive comments. It is by far the social network that provides the highest level of engagement compared to Facebook or Twitter. Engagement on Instagram means likes and comments, if a higher number of likes on your Instagram ads is not something you have to worry about, a higher number of Instagram ad comments can be a concern.
Facebook Journalism Project: A Complete Guide
JANUARY 11, 2017
Facebook’s efforts to bolster its relationships with media and news organizations and journalists continued with Wednesday’s introduction of the Facebook Journalism Project. That’s why today we’re announcing a new program to establish stronger ties between Facebook and the news industry. Facebook will also team up with organizations including the John S. and James L.
When It Comes to Facebook Posts, Size Matters
DECEMBER 7, 2016
Interestingly, one channel where the length of content hasn’t seemed to matter is Facebook–specifically, the effect that the amount of text in any given Facebook post has on how Facebook prioritizes that post in News Feed. Prior to that, we found very little correlation between the amount of text in a Facebook post and its organic reach.
How To Engage On Sites Using Facebook’s New Commenting Plugin
MARCH 8, 2011
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. accounts for commenters.
Feature Friday: Why Negative Blog Comments are Important and Wanted
JANUARY 27, 2011
Having negative comments on your Facebook wall or blog means you’re doing something right! Take those negative comments from your pagans, and address it in a way that talks to your core believers! What can you post today on Facebook, Twitter, a blog’s comment section, etc. Inspire me below… -- Ari Herzog thanks you for reading Feature Friday: Why Negative Blog Comments are Important and Wanted on his blog. Related articles you may enjoy: Feature Friday: How to Choose the Best Comment System for Your Blog. Features branding comments
Facebook Live Goes Full-Screen, Adds Video-Only Mode, Extends Sessions to Four Hours
JULY 20, 2016
Facebook Live has gone full-screen, in both portrait and landscape on iOS, and just portrait for now on Android. The video-only mode allows both broadcasters and viewers who want to focus on the videos to temporarily hide Reactions and comments by swiping right. Users can bring back Reactions and comments by swiping left.
The Value Of Blog Comments
JANUARY 12, 2012
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. They can share the link on Facebook.
NFL Teams on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, Weeks 16-18
JANUARY 10, 2017
Rare and, as it turns out, short-lived playoff appearances for the Miami Dolphins and Oakland Raiders led those two National Football League clubs to the top spots in growth on Facebook and Twitter, respectively, during weeks 16 through 18 of the season. Social marketing firm Unmetric analyzed all of the NFL teams on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram from Dec.
Facebook: 208 Million Likes, Posts, Comments, Shares for Inauguration
JANUARY 25, 2017
Facebook said 60 million users generated 208 million likes, posts, comments and shares related to the inauguration of President Donald Trump last Friday. Readers: Did you interact on Facebook during last Friday’s inauguration or the following day’s Women’s March events? Facebook Web Video 360 Photos 360-Degree Photos 360-Degree Videos Beth Loyd Caitlin Ramrakha Chetan Gupta Comments Donald Trump Fox News Inaugurations Likes Live 360 Live Videos Livestreaming NBC News RYOT Shares USA Today Videos Women's March
Facebook Live Coming to Desktops, Laptops
SEPTEMBER 14, 2016
Facebook confirmed that it has begun rolling out Facebook Live via desktop and laptop computers. Danny Goodwin of Search Engine Journal shared this video (embedded below) from Facebook user Delilah Taylor , in which a Live Video option appeared in her status update composer while accessing the social network via desktop. Facebook confirmed that it is beginning the rollout of the feature in a statement to SocialTimes: We’re starting to roll out the ability for people to broadcast live on Facebook from their desktop or laptop. Can you see and hear me?
The Tragedy Of Comments
MARCH 14, 2012
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.
910 Blog Comments You Wrote Here
SEPTEMBER 26, 2011
Old content is especially helpful when one sees lots of comments, tweets, and other social sharing metrics reflecting the value of whatever is written. 90 is the number of comments about blog lurking , illustrating why you choose not to comment. 75 is the number of comments about the value of writing negatively , which according to Jeannie Chan, speaks volumes about what you think. 140 is the number of comments about my Foursquare account deletion , proof that you want to know where and what I eat. Why Do You Subscribe to Blog Comments? Media comments
Feature Friday: How to Choose the Best Comment System for Your Blog
JANUARY 20, 2011
One of the key goals when I started blogging was to encourage a healthy discussion area in the comments. I’ve always been a firm believer that the real gold to any blog post can (and does) come from the comments left afterward. Depending on how encouraging the blogger is to foster open discussion, the comments can take the original post in a whole new direction. image: ilmungo.
5 Painless Ways to Get Maximum Blog Comment Love
MAY 9, 2012
Any serious blogger will tell you that the secret to a successful blog includes consistency , dedication , and inspiration. My favorite blogs also feature one more magic ingredient: a loyal fellowship of readers that love to comment. Here are 5 painless ways to get maximum blog comment love: 1.) Be opinionated and controversial. Personally reply to as many comments as possible.
Shutting Down Blog Comments
APRIL 16, 2014
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.
What's The Point In Commenting On Blogs?
JULY 9, 2013
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. personal story: often when people leave a comment on my blog, I do not respond.
White House Directs Comments Line Callers to Nonexistent Facebook Messenger Accounts
JANUARY 24, 2017
Following in the footsteps of many other businesses, the Trump administration is turning to Facebook Messenger for customer service. Janko Roettgers of Variety reported that the White House comments line is no longer active, and a recorded message directs callers to fill out a form on the White House website or use Facebook Messenger. However, The White House Facebook page does not include a messaging option, and neither does the page of President Donald Trump. However, there’s a slight problem. Readers: Is this your idea of an open-door policy?