How to Build a Powerful Community Through Blog Comments - WordCamp Chicago 2012

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Some say that, with the growth of other social media networks, blog comments are heading toward extinction. But all we have to do is look at the bloggers who successfully engage their readers to know that’s not true. Learn the strategies the pro’s use so you can connect with your readers in the comments, engage them, encourage them to interact—with you and the rest of the community—and build stronger relationships with your audience.

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How to Build a Powerful Community Through Blog Comments - WordCamp Chicago 2012

  1. 1. How to Build a PowerfulCommunity ThroughBlog Comments Bob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  2. 2. I wantcommentsBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  3. 3. Bob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  4. 4. Is your blog comment-friendly?Bob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  5. 5. Tips for Building Community with Blog CommentsBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  6. 6. Ask a question at the end of your postBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  7. 7. Ask follow-up questions to commenters when appropriateBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  8. 8. Don’t talk down to your readersBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  9. 9. Get personal (call them by their name)Bob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  10. 10. Admit you might be wrongBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  11. 11. Talk to yourcommentersand respondBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  12. 12. Invite readers to share their solutions and thoughtsBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  13. 13. Be specific about what you like about a commentBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  14. 14. Recognize returningcommenters Bob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  15. 15. Don’t be a jerk if someone disagrees with youBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  16. 16. Be careful of starting cliquesBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  17. 17. Using plugins and platforms that encourage comments and communityBob Dunn | aka BobWP | twitter: bobwp
  18. 18. thanks from bob@bobwp.com bobwp.com energizeyourblog.com

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