The ability to get traffic from blog comments generally triggers mixed answers. Some are still loving blog comments as of 2020, while others have dismissed it as a complete waste of time. The issue with the latter stems from those who expect immediate results or are simply focusing on the wrong outcome.
Blogging is not restricted to writing. To get more users to visit and read your blog, you need to spend time promoting it to the right people. Writing still plays a big part in your blog, but spreading the word about your blog is just as important. If you have been churning out quality posts […]
When you have a conversation with a friend, co-worker or family member there’s a good chance that many of your conversations will be brought up again in the future, perhaps to add something new you’ve learned about the subject or perhaps to answer further questions about the conversation. The ability to continue a conversation is […]
Although I’m personally a fan of comment section (regardless of whether you power it with Facebook, Disqus or choose native comments instead), there are a number of prominent blogs who have disabled the comment section completely. Sites like Daring Fireball and Instapundit (not to mention millions of Tumblr blogs) refuse to open up their posts for readers […]
Apparently bloggers implementing Facebook comments upon their blog may be hurting their site’s SEO (at least as far as Google is concerned). Facebook Comments are served in an iframe. This means that the comments are not going to be attributed to that page or site nor seen by search engines. In short, Facebook Comments reside in the […]