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Brandon Buttars explains: One thing that I have learned more recently not only about commenting but about combining commenting and social networking is that you can generate quite a bit of traffic if done right by helping the blogs and sites that you make comments on get traffic on sites like Digg and Reddit.
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from purdue512 2016 Days ago #
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Yeah. Those are good points. You are basically telling people to "get involved". Like, really involved. I’m guessing that some people believe that just leaving a comment is getting involved. But you are pointing out that there is a higher-level, multi-site conversation happening here. And I buy that. I get it because I see the same people here as I do at Twitter, and other sites. I think it takes a while for people to realize that they are not as anonymous on the Internet as they think.

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