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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!

Blogosphere Trends + Effective Calls to Action

ProBlogger

Even if you’re not selling anything (yet), you still want your audience to take action by commenting, interacting, sharing, Facebook “liking” your post, watching your videos, attending your events, etc. These things all grow your blog and your community. You know that most of your readers are lurkers, but how do you lure them out to become an active part of your community? Reach her on Twitter @kimber_regator and get free widgets for your blog from Regator.

Busting Facebook’s Most Widespread Myth

Convince & Convert

This reach is called “organic”, which means that it only records the views which result through no action of a friend (such as like, share, or comment). Organic reach only records views which are not the result of a friend’s action (such as like, share, or comment).

7 Truths About Social Media Marketing

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Thanks to books like The New Community Rules , written by yours truly, Engage , Social Media 101 , and others, social media marketing is, for the time being, going to still be on people’s minds as they discover this bright and sunny marketing opportunity. Thanks for commenting, Lateef.

5 Ways to Produce Content Readers Will Love

Kikolani

Nowadays, we have countless blog posts to read concerning how to improve our traffic numbers through various search engine optimization techniques and blog-design widgets. Report on Community News. Blog Visitors, Readers, Commenters and Subscribers.

Want Traffic? Then Make Things Happen

Kikolani

I trashed out all unnecessary widgets and made the essentials: Email Subscription. Getting involved by replying to comments from readers of your guest post is equally important as well. The blogosphere has been ever growing and ever dynamic.

Blogging Between Hot Flashes

Almost Savvy

Do I belong in the blogosphere? What is most interesting – and concerning – are many of the posted comments. Reply Irene Koehler says: November 1, 2008 at 6:35 am @Vincent – So pleased to have your comments. Do you belong in the blogosphere?

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Blogging Between Hot Flashes

Almost Savvy

Do I belong in the blogosphere? What is most interesting – and concerning – are many of the posted comments. Reply Irene Koehler says: November 1, 2008 at 6:35 am @Vincent – So pleased to have your comments. Do you belong in the blogosphere?

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The Case For and Against Popup Opt-In Forms

Kikolani

Seth was the person who really inspired this post after leaving a comment on a post I wrote on lowering bounce rate. What long-term effects would there be on the blogosphere? If you would like to answer any of the above Case for Popups questions in the comments, that would be welcome.

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Jumping Over a Mountain | chrisbrogan.com

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Disagree with me in the comments. I believe we’re going to shift back to thinking customer service and community management are the core and not the fringe. I believe that our business practices, processes, and output will modularize the way widgets have changed web design.

PIN’s: The Future of Private Link Building

Viper Chill

This isn’t some “SEO is Dead” article you see go viral in the SEO blogosphere every six months, but a genuine prediction based on how Google search results have evolved over the last few years. Adding do-followed links to widgets.

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How I Network on Friendster, Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn Â?

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Social media connections are those I know through a variety of online forums, the blogosphere, Twitter, and the like (but I generally don’t befriend someone immediately; I still give it time). And, can we please have a “Notify me of follow up comments&# plugin here?

Content Week: how to consistently come up with great post ideas for your blog.

ProBlogger

Darren uses this technique with great effect, and a bonus is that it helps to increase community engagement around your blog. Check your comment section. One of the best pieces of advice I ever read was to “hang out in your comments section”. Content.

Monthly Trends + Resolutions for a Better Blog

ProBlogger

It’s the beginning of the month as well as the year, so, as always, Regator has provided blogosphere trends for the month, and I’ll use posts about these popular stories to inspire you to make a vow to improve your blog in the New Year. I resolve to interact with commenters. In this example, blogger Robert Seidman responds to questions and even refers back to one commenter’s previous comment, showing that he pays attention to what’s being said on his posts. Happy 2011!

What Traits Define a Social Media Marketer?

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

These scenarios come to fruition in spontaneous communities, on social networks, and other self-service tools – all thanks to the availability of low cost technology and access to the world wide web. People are different, communities are different and marketers/brands are different.

Micro Persuasion: Turn Gmail Into Your Personal Nerve Center

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Data Shows English Blogosphere Has Peaked » Sunday, February 25, 2007. Well, actually, they merely link to Steve Rubels instructions for doing the same, but lifehackers comments are unmatched! Comments. You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post. And public clipmarks can be commented on by anyone (although even there you have some control of what you see and what you dont see). The comments to this entry are closed.

Monthly Trends + 10 Tips for a Flawless Linking Strategy

ProBlogger

The top ten stories of the last month, according to Regator.com ’s blogosphere trends were: 1. Build relationships and community. When bloggers in a particular niche link to one another, it shows mutual respect and helps build the community around that niche. Please share your thoughts in the comments! Find her on Twitter @kimber_regator , get free widgets for your blog , or nominate your blog for review.

ViperChill Surpasses 10K Subscribers (Or, How I Gained 9000.

Viper Chill

icon – was also directly copied by someone who regularly comments here and writes about making money online. And, since I started using the “little white men&# in my post graphics I have started to see them all over the blogosphere. Thanks for the comment.

6 Powerful Guest Post Tactics that No One’s Talking About

ProBlogger

If you care to read any of the numerous guest posting guides available across the blogosphere, you will typically read about advice relating to the same two topics: how to find guest posting opportunities. A big, defining factor in how successful your guest post will be is how active the blog’s community is. Blogs with a relatively high comment count usually indicate a high level of engagement. For instance, say you wrote an article on blue widgets.

How I Helped Make a Bland Blog an Overnight Success

Viper Chill

You are here: ViperChill » Social Media » How I Helped Make a Bland Blog an Overnight Success How I Helped Make a Bland Blog an Overnight Success Written by Glen, this post has 65 Comments A few months ago something was bothering me quite a lot. I’m not saying this so you’ll leave a comment and tell me otherwise; I just genuinely feel like I struggle with this aspect of my life. Thanks for the comment, Moon! Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!"