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Thinking About Disabling Blog Comments

Ari Herzog

I remember when commenting was a feature at the bottom of every newspaper and media website article. Initially, anyone could add a comment without a profile. Readers grew frustrated with the lag between the time they posted their comments and the time the comments were approved. Create a profile and write what you want.

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How Can I Find My Facebook Likes, Comments, And Reactions?

SocMed Sean

Ever wanted to go back and find an old comment, like, or reaction on a Facebook post? The post How Can I Find My Facebook Likes, Comments, And Reactions? Don’t know where to start to find that kind of old data? Here are our tips on researching and finding older Facebook content. appeared first on SocMedSean - Social Media Sean.

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How to Delete Facebook Comments Permanently


In this blog post, you will learn about how to delete Facebook comments from your computer and mobile app using your Android smartphone and iPhone. Reasons why sometimes we need to delete comments from a post may arise either due to misspellings or may be due to grammatical errors while commenting on a post.

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Rethinking Blog Comments Again

Ari Herzog

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?

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Are Blog Comments Dead? | Justin Levy

Justin Levy

Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking Are Blog Comments Dead? Written on July 30, 2010 by Justin Levy in blog , community , facebook , interactions , social media , twitter 23 Comments - Leave a comment! It’s a completely understandable feeling.

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Real and Spam Blog Comments

Ari Herzog

Heed the advice of social media consultants and promote your blog by commenting on other blogs. Be active in their blog communities, link to their blog posts, and submit guest post ideas. Being transparent and honest will bring you blog traffic. Meet spam comments on my blog.

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Why Should You Comment On A Blog Post?

Direct Marketing Observations

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? Do you share it, save it, or comment? Think about that.

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