Is the number of comments on a post indicative of the post’s popularity and success? Is it the traffic that comes to that post? Is it the number of trackbacks? Is it the fact that the post got dug by Digg or linked to from a popular traffic-driving site? Is who linked to your post part of your determination of a blog post’s success?
Your blog challenge this week is to answer the question:
What score cards do you use to measure a post’s success?
We all have different measurements for what makes a blog post a success. Answer the question here or blog about it, and examine what statistics you use to determine whether or not a blog post is successful, and what that success means to you and the blog posts you write in the future.
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