Blogopreneur’s “How to Make Conversations Work for Blogs” is a great look at how to continue the conversation on your blogs.
In order for you to be able to make conversations work for your blog, you need to be updated whenever a new comment has been posted on your blog. While it would be good to respond to comments as and when you see them, nothing really beats the ability to respond to comments immediately!
Author Kian Ann explains how comment moderation and registration is one of the first things that get in the way of continuing the conversation, and then tackles the issue of comment spam. It’s very true that people tend to judge your blog by how comment spam free it is.
He goes on to provide helpful tips on how to monitor your blog comments, not just by providing email subscriptions and feeds for your visitors but also how to monitor your comments so you can respond quickly.
If you offer a customer service blog that requires immediate or fast responses, the tips listed are fabulous for monitoring your blog comments. Even if you don’t and you just enjoy responding quickly, and getting the thrill of “somebody loves me”, this is still a must read.
- Do You Care Enough To Keep Your Blog Comment Spam Free?
- I’m Winning the Battle Against Comment Spam
- Editing Your Blog Comments
- Blogging Challenge: Comment on 10 Blogs
- One Year Anniversary Review: Comments on Comment Spam
- One Year Anniversary Review: Comments on Comments
- How NOT to Comment on Comments
- How to Handle Tough Questions (and Comments) from an Audience
- Comments on Comments
- Mean Spirited Comments and Blogging
- You Must Be Logged In To Comment
- Your Comment Has Been Moderated – Stay Tuned for Approval
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