What`s the best way to encourage comments on your blog.
I have written several blogs but don`t get the feed back, without this how can you improve.
You can ask for feedback at the end of an article. But I find it helps to be specific in what you want to know, so ask something like "I'd like to know whether people find the inclusion of the directions/recipe/instructions/etc useful, as I'll tailor my hubs based on what people want".
I've realized that I get the most comments are articles/topics that are controversial,slightly uncomfortable, or incredibly hilarious. This can be risky for your reputation, but it gets the job done.
Thanks for the replies,
I have just read the link you sent Lynn it was very helpful and I have added it to my favourites to read again.
plussize-lingerie thankyou for comment as well, asking for feedback will help.
Thanks Robert i will bear that in mind.
Once again thank you all for replying.
I've read that you have to be specific with you readers if you want them to do something. In other words, don't just have a link for them to fill out a comment, actually suggest to them that they leave a comment at the end of each post so that, before they leave your site, it's the last thing they do. Try it and let us know if it works.
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