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I’m starting to put an emphasis on asking specific questions related to my content. I’m JUST starting the blog so I haven’t had any comments yet but I feel the more specific the question, the more I will probably get comments (once I gain a readership). As an example, instead of just “what do you think?”, I might ask whether they do “this” or “that”?
If certain sites aren’t bringing you the traffic that you’d like, you may decide to delete them from your regular rotation. If a particular site is bringing a large amount of traffic from commenting, you may want to prioritize it. Sites like this are great for regular commenting as it helps to build reputation and trust.
@ Free Site – I think a slew of comments is a mark of popularity. But I don’t think a slew of “Great post!” adds anything or demonstrate that the post made readers think, relate, or take action. It just means they read, gave a nod of thanks, and moved on
Comments and discussion. Get your readers involved. Learn about their experiences. Ask open-ended questions. Have them talk about themselves.
Great post! I think design also plays into encouraging people to post comments. I’ve seen on some other blogs where they change the default “leave a reply” on a new post to “Be the first to post a comment!” depending on your audience that is very inviting.
Nothing like a little controversy, a edge, to generate a conversation? (this is a question, don’t you think?)
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