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It is amazing to see how some people think they can easily spam blog comments. We have a few retail websites and it never amazes me when the competition tries to spam our blogs with literally junk.
Great blog comments work wonders for your website or blog as I have seen it build additional web traffic. It is a great way to connect with others online in your niche.
Nice tips here!
@Lisa, it’s the ugly side of competitive online marketing you’re seeing – outrageous that companies are still trying to sabotage their competitors with blog comment spam. It won’t get them anywhere! Keep up the good work and thanks for reading Lisa! 🙂
The most popular blogs have a very interactive community. Blog comments are a critical part of a successful blog, and an area bloggers must understand and focus on to create a great blog. Keep up all the positive work 🙂
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@Absolute – thanks for the compliment, and for checking in 🙂
Other than sending out an email to friends and family, besides commenting on 10 great blogs in my Niche, I feel like I am spinning my wheels. I want comments, and interact with readers. Do you think that the more you post, the more comments you stand to receive??? Thanks!
@Maureen – it takes time, and yes the more you share, the more people will share with you. But go out right now and read some popular blogs. Take note of how they bait people into commenting and try new things! Don’t be afraid to test different strategies.
I think it’s because it’s a business blog and a smaller niche. ( I just glanced at it) I find that too with our retail website – hard to get folks to comment. They may give us tweets but not many comments. It does take time too. Maybe a contest too.
@Lisa – thanks for you input Lisa, its always interesting how much easier it is to get a conversation going on a platform like Twitter, yet the uphill battle bloggers face when trying to get comments on their own blog. Maybe a touch more research is what is needed as well?