Attracting comments to your site

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Attracting comments to your site

  1. 1. Attracting comments to your blog<br />Blogging advice from Just Search Content Team<br />
  2. 2. Consider getting comments<br />Do people just visit your site or are they proactively participating?<br />Well known and established communities can bring more interested visitors in, to interact and join the party<br />By interacting with your visitors, you can build relations, improve your brand awareness and increase your ROI<br />
  3. 3. Comment on other blogs<br />By commenting on other people’s blogs it demonstrates you are an active participant in the community<br />It creates to opportunity to initiate a conversation to introduce your site<br />This can lead to return visits to your site by those you are in conversation with<br />
  4. 4. Bait for comments<br />Any kind of controversial blog post can generate interest and draw comments to your site<br />Readers can either agree or disagree with your blog – either way, you receive the comments <br />If the blog engages people, some may support or argue your case for you with other commenter's building a chain up<br />
  5. 5. Reward those who comment<br />Run competitions via your blog, asking for the answers to be left in the Comments section<br />Reward regular commenter's with links to your site to build relations further<br />Mention any good comments in future blogs. If people see you read and use the comments – they will comment again<br />
  6. 6. Invite comments<br />At the end of your post – simply ask people to comment. People like to contribute valuable input on subjects they are knowledgeable about<br />End posts with “let me know if I have missed anything” or questions like “What to you think?” and invite people to comment<br />
  7. 7. Respond to earlier comments<br /> Respond to all comments you receive. People like to know you are reading their feedback<br />Thank them for their comment and let them know their comment is appreciated<br />Then answer their question or start a discussion from that point<br />

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