The Value Of Commenting On A Blog.

If you’re a blogger , a friend of a blogger or someone who values the wealth of information, joy and encouragement made possible by this relatively new option that people have to engage and connect with one another, please consider the points in this blog and start commenting more often. I know tons of folks who would appreciate it, including yours truly. We’re not anonymous or unavailable, we’re right here, hoping to interact with you.

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It’s easy to read a post and move on, andeven easier to like a blog post without reading it.

But stop and think for a moment. How much more valuable to the writer, and other readers, if you actually bothered to respond. Isn’t that what you’d hope for when writing your next blog post? Nobody wants to invest time in writing something that people are just going to skim over.

Not only that, but you will gain more from the post and from the interaction with others than you realise.

You might gain new ideas or perspectives, or you might just end up feeling a little better about life.

It doesn’t have to be a long or complicated post. Even just saying “thank you” or “I liked this!” does the trick.

However, commenting on a blog post is more useful than just propping up the ego of some blogger who…

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About Donna W. Hill

Donna W. Hill is a writer, speaker, animal lover and avid knitter from Pennsylvania's Endless Mountains. Her first novel, The Heart of Applebutter Hill, is an adventure-mystery with excursions into fantasy for general audiences. Professionals in the fields of education and the arts have endorsed it as a diversity, inclusion and anti-bullying resource for junior high through college. A songwriter with three albums, Hill provided educational and motivational programs in the Greater Philadelphia area for fifteen years before moving to the mountains. Her essay, "Satori Green" appears in Richard Singer's Now, Embracing the Present Moment (2010, O-Books), and her cancer-survivor story is in Dawn Colclasure’s On the Wings of Pink Angels (2012). From 2009 through 2013, Hill was an online journalist for numerous publications, covering topics ranging from nature, health care and accessibility to music, knitting and chocolate. She is an experienced talk show guest and guest blogger and presents workshops about writing and her novel for school, university, community and business groups. The Heart of Applebutter Hill is available in print and e-versions at Amazon, B&N, Apple, Sony, Smashwords, Create Space and other outlets. It is also available through Bookshare for readers with print disabilities.
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13 Responses to The Value Of Commenting On A Blog.

  1. Sue Vincent says:

    I learned something new from this article…thanks for sharing it, Donna.

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  2. There are times when I read a post and don’t know what to say. I ‘like’ the post as a way of letting the blogger know I saw it and read it. If I can go back and leave a comment later I do. Other bloggers point out that if you want comments you have to leave them and this seems to hold true. Thank you for a thought provoking post. 🙂

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  3. Carole A Bryan says:

    I have never written a blog, but have read several that are of interest. I try to respond with a comment, but never realized the importance! I will try to do better!

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    • Hi Carole, I appreciate you reading my stuff, and I like hearing from you, whatever you think. I’m sorry about the delay in responding. I will try to do better at that. Love you, Hugs 🙂

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  4. dgkaye says:

    Excellent share Donna. Why bother blogging if you don’t interact. If it’s just to promote our wares, nobody cares, lol. 🙂

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