Quiz: Find Out Why You’re Getting Fewer Comments On Your Blog
It’s starting to become obvious that most bloggers are getting fewer comments on their blogs than they did some years ago. For ordinary, mortal bloggers, this can be very demoralising. Some may consider this lack of interaction as a sign that nobody loves them or are reading their posts. In fact to them the blogosphere seems to be completely devoid of readers!
Curatti On Air: How The Power Of Commenting Benefits Bloggers
If you want to draw the right kind of attention to yourself in the blogosphere, the best way to go about it is to comment on other blogs. That’s why when I participated in this Curatti On Air Interview (see below) I was extremely keen to talk about commenting (as well as other aspects of blogging): In the
Curatti Best Articles of 2016 – Part One
Since our launch 3 years ago, Curatti has evolved into a crowd-sourced blog. Was this intended? Probably not! But it’s quite a journey, and one that we lightly guide , but ultimately go along with. In any given week, we will get several inquiries by potential new guest bloggers. There are also no shortage of
How allowing comments on your blog can attract more readers
Following on from a period when allowing comments on blogs was out of favour, it’s now time to reverse that trend and get commenting again! Yes, I know social media has taken over. But really is that a good thing? Don’t you find the quality of comments there can leave much to be desired? Many bloggers claim
Is Blog Commenting a Lost Art?
Do You Have a Blog Commenting Strategy? ‘Say what?’ Yes I ask you; do you have a blog commenting strategy? Do you have ‘comment goals’ for your own blog? Have you ever analyzed your articles to find out why some articles get commented on a lot and other (great) articles get no response at all?
How Do You Get Readers To Engage And Why Everyone Should
There are plenty of posts that purport to give the secrets of getting reader engagement with your content, not a small number of which themselves have few shares and no comments. Similarly, we’ve all seen plenty of dynamite blog posts, perhaps with a large number of shares, but with little to no engagement Engagement: The