Commenting on a blog allows anyone to input on a topic or to ask questions about it. It is a form of feedback mechanism to the blogger or owner of the blog. Having a comment area allows community interaction around your content.
However, in recent months, I noticed that the amount of spam commenting had increases tremendously whilst the genuine one are dwindling, perhaps due to the amount of security features they had to go through to leave a comment. Just like those on this blog. 😳
It can be a real frustration for them and perhaps I am losing traffic as well as readers as a result of this. Therefore having an experiment for the next 3 months to see if a hybrid of both WordPress Comments and Facebook Comments makes a difference is my main concern for now.
You can always read about those Pros and Cons of both comment features via Google but I am going to try it out personally and report it as frequently as possible.
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Don't waste time calculating your chances of success and failure. Just fix your aim and begin. -- Guan Yin Tzu
Blogs are ways to create an online presence for personal and business reasons. You can build a blog for free and begin posting content immediately. But, what good is that content if no one knows about it or reading it?
There are successful blogs on the Internet but hundreds more have failed. Running a blog is like running a business website where you must be willing to put the time to make it work, else you won’t be blogging for long.
That does not mean that the failed bloggers weren’t serious about blogging instead most new bloggers aren’t prepared for the work that goes into creating a successful blog. They thought that creating a blog itself will attracts people to visit it. You need to find the audience and give them every reason why they should read your contents.
10 Tips To Build Your Blog Traffic
Bringing in the traffic that your blog needed to survive:
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Experience shows that success is due less to ability than to zeal. The winner is he who gives himself to his work, body and soul. -- Charles Buxton