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Let’s start by acknowledging that this is a controversial topic. If you are a social media purist or a blogger who genuinely believes your material is so spectacular that nobody should ever drop a blog comment except to react to the profundity of your writing, then please close your eyes while you read the rest of this post.
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from abound 1825 Days ago #
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I think that one reason many people comment on my articles is to gain traffic from my blog. One of the leading sources of visits to my own website comes from my own comments on other blogs. So, I’m all for commenting as a source of traffic. However, I don’t tolerate comments that are empty and don’t contribute to the conversation. If someone visits my site and leaves a comment like, "This is nice.", I’m likely to nix it.

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