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A people-centric look at social media Search Social and Logical About Who Knew Paper Towels Could Be This Fun? 28 Dec Social media usually works best when its has to do with topics that people naturally enjoy talking about.

Digital Deaths For World Aids Day

Social and Logical

Even though the campaign is quite clever and different, and I do think the comments above are a little mean, I will agree with PR Junkie. World Aids Day was on December 1 2010. Celebrities stopped their online presences. These photographs represent their digital deaths. The concept is unique and evocative. The actual results however, have not been as impressive. According to PR Junkie, the campaign brought in less than $200,000 during the first week. See the full article here.

Using Applied Behavioral Analysis in Social Media

Social and Logical

Desired online behaviors include clicking on links, making purchases, sharing content, commenting etc. Marketing is focused on getting people to notice brands and behaving in a favorable direction. So, how can this be accomplished? Research psychology has defined a framework called ABA (applied behavioral analysis). It is simple and effective. Any situation can be viewed and modified using this framework to generate real and measurable results.

Delurk and Add a Comment in 2017

Ari Herzog

Beginning in 2009 and several more times over the years, I invited my blog readers to delurk and add a comment. Jeff commented for the first time. If you choose to delurk and add a comment below, don’t think of it as a favor to me but as a favor to everyone else.

Hello 2015, Goodbye Comments

Ari Herzog

I am disabling blog commenting on this post and into the future. My reason is simple: You’re reading but you’re not commenting. It is a time management task to ensure comments are real and not spam and I’m seeing lots of spam comments try to get published.

Hello 2016, Welcome Back Comments

Ari Herzog

A year after disabling blog comments, I’m bringing them back. At the time, I removed commenting partially because more people were sharing posts on social media than taking the time to write a comment and also because it was unproductive to manage increased spam.

…and Blog Comment Spam Continues

Ari Herzog

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. Blog News comments

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? 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. Musings comments

Real and Spam Blog Comments

Ari Herzog

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. Meet spam comments on my blog. Meet real comments on my blog.

Reintroducing Blog Comment Moderation

Ari Herzog

It is common for companies (who don’t comprehend a blog comment is akin to having a conversation) to hire people to write manual comments on blogs all over the place in the hope an unsuspecting reader will click to learn more about the company product. Blog News Media comments

…and Blog Comment Spam Continues

Ari Herzog

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. Blog News comments

The Importance of Comments

Small Business Mavericks

How many of the blogs that you read do you comment on? How different do you think the blogs you read would be if there were no comments? Or if people did comment? If you can have a business blog that people read and comment on, you have a real-time focus group. If you answer the comments quickly, a conversation happens. If nobody is commenting on your blog, maybe it’s time to figure out why. Blogging for Small Business blogging comments marketing

Commenting Etiquette 101

Jason Yormark

One of the things I’ve loved about blogging is getting to see the growth of comments on my blog over the years. However with more comments comes more questionable responses. I’ve gotten my fair share, and it got me thinking about comment etiquette. Don’t comment just to comment.

Like, Comment, or Share This

Ari Herzog

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.

Facebook Tests Displaying Active Comment Threads Alongside Messages

SocialTimes Facebook

Facebook is testing an alternative to notifications for users who want to keep track of comment threads on posts. Facebook Comments Josh Constine Messages News Feed Notifications Russell Smith Techcrunch

Comment by Facebook Here

Ari Herzog

Considering the consensus that commenting by real name is wanted, what are the odds that someone wanting to read more about new and emerging media has a Facebook account? If I present you with the option to comment by Facebook, Yahoo, AOL, or Hotmail, would you do it? Try commenting below. Please continue reading Comment by Facebook Here and leave a comment if inspired. Recent comments Recent comments.

Non-Facebook Users: Please Comment Here

Ari Herzog

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.

Facebook Could be Closer to Rolling Out Upvote and Downvote Options for Comments

Social Media Today

Facebook could be closer to introducing upvote and downvote options on comments after an initial test of the tool with some users

Commenting Etiquette 101

Jason Yormark

One of the things I’ve loved about blogging is getting to see the growth of comments on my blog over the years. However with more comments comes more questionable responses. I’ve gotten my fair share, and it got me thinking about comment etiquette. Don’t comment just to comment.

4 Tips for Handling Negative Comments in Social Media

Ignite Social Media

Here are four tips to always keep in mind when addressing negative comments from your customers. So, as a Community Manager , comments can feel like a personal attack. Here are two great examples showing personality in response to negative comments.

Managing Negative Comments in Social Media

Waxing UnLyrical

If you work as a social media manager or online community manager you see these all the time … negative comments. Here are 6 more tips on how to manage negative comments: Listen to what is being said. Don’t let negative comments linger. Guest post by Yvette Pistorio.

How to Get More YouTube Comments on Your Videos

agora pulse

And of all engagement, actual comments rank towards the top. It can provide valuable social proof, showing first-time visitors that all these other users were invested enough in your content to comment on it or subscribe to your channel. Let us know in the comments!”

Why You Should Stop Writing Blog Comments

Ari Herzog

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.

How the Chatbooks Team Easily Manages All Its Followers’ Comments

agora pulse

Problem: Struggling to keep up with the ever-growing influx of questions and comments users were sending to multiple social media platforms. Unhappy with the tools they were using, they even tried to handle the incoming messages and comments directly on the social media platforms themselves.

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Why You Write Blog Comments

Ari Herzog

I 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. 9 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. Media comments identityPhoto by taliesin. But I’m not vain.

Why You Write Blog Comments

Ari Herzog

I 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. 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. Related articles you may enjoy: 910 Blog Comments You Wrote Here.

Facebook’s New Comment System: All You Wanted to Know

The Marketing Blog

The latest comes in the form of Facebook’s newly launched comments plug-in, a powerful system that is bound to re-define how users comment on Blogs and other social media sites. You can grab the code for comments box from Facebook’s social plugin section here.

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Facebook Identity commenting | The Social Media Incubator™

The Social Media Incubator

If she goes to that page while logged in and writes a post/comment on the wall, it will show that the post is from “Pretend Company.&# But what if Jane wants to write on the wall of the page as herself – so that it will attribute the comment to “Jane Doe&# ?

What Happened When We Tested Four Facebook Ad Comment Tools

agora pulse

Do prospects and customers comment on your Facebook ads? Comments on your ads tell you several things about your business – like how they perceive your product, service, or business in general. Does Your Facebook Ads Comments Tool REALLY Work?

Why Blog Comments Are About Branding

Small Business Mavericks

Remember when blog comments were about building links and traffic? Then Google decided not to count blog comments for links. That pretty much shut down the blog-commenting-as-linkbuilding game. But blog comments still hold value. The value to be found in blog comments today is in branding. When you leave a blog comment on a blog post within your niche, you are essentially signing that comment with your stamp of authority.

You Must Comment When You Are On Social Media

Social Media Network Marketing

You Must Comment When You Are On Social Media ? I work as Freelance Social Media Network Online Professional. My Business Page is on Facebook at: [link] Do join me

Comment by Facebook or WordPress

Ari Herzog

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?

Comments Were Meant to Be Deleted

Socialized

Please don’t post pro-Trump comments on my page. I was trying to let people know ahead of time I would delete their pro-Trump comments. Here’s what someone posted as a comment: “I’m always a bit surprised that anyone on social thinks they “own their feed” Not true on Facebook. We see static tweets in a timeline and if we dislike them we can reply, retweet with a comment, block the person, unfollow them, or simply look away.

Should You Hide Comments on Your Facebook Page?

agora pulse

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? What Types of Comments Should I Consider Hiding?

How to Identify Spam in Blog Comments

Ari Herzog

The above screenshot is a comment posted to AriWriter two hours ago. Because this blog is powered by WordPress and I run a spam detection plugin called Akismet that automatically places comments meeting certain criteria into a holding pattern, the bestiality comment was not published.

Social TV Analytics: Commercials Spur 145% Lift in Social Media Comments for Mike’s Hard Lemonade

The Realtime Report

Mike’s Hard Lemonade saw a 145% lift in social media comments during a recent TV commercial campaign, according to a recent case study by AdAge and social-TV analytics company Bluefin Labs. million social media comments from 1 million unique social media commenters.

Videos Can Now Be Added to Facebook Comments

SocialTimes Facebook

Videos are everywhere on Facebook, and they can now be included in one more place: comments and replies to posts from users, pages, groups and events. This was no small feat to add support across interfaces and within two heavy traffic services, like comments and videos.

Why Good Comments On Irrelevant Blogs Are Still Spam

Small Business Mavericks

I recently deleted a comment that had it been submitted to the right blog would have been a great comment. So what made it a spam comment? The comment is a great comment for a hairstyling blog, maybe an African-American culture blog, or something related to one of those two niches. When you leave comments on blogs, try to find blogs that are within your niche and comment on them. So the above comment was pure spam.

Moderating Comments and Managing Online Communities

Akamai Marketing

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An Ode to Blog Comment Spam

Adam Sherk

Ever notice how the most flattering blog comments are actually the spam comments? Finally, you have to admire the “it’s them not me” approach of this one: I have to say Akismet does a good job of catching spam comments like these.