How to get more comments

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People blog for different reasons, but many post with hopes of seeing feedback from readers. Here at WordPress.com we’ve studied why some posts and blogs get more comments than others, and want to share our advice with you.

  1. You need visitors before you’ll get comments. You won’t get comments until people visit your blog. Start by reviewing our famous post on How to Get More Traffic to understand the basics of building an audience. Posting on a regular schedule is an important part of building traffic, which will lead to more comments. You can see our recent research on increasing page views too.
  2. Have a clear and strong position in your posts. Clarity in writing helps readers form their own opinion to share. A post titled “I’m not sure if I like bananas” is less likely to compel a response than “How I learned to love bananas” or “Why I will…

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About kabagambe55

Result driven and experienced management professional with work experience in office and information management. Skilled in Reporting, Business Development, Client Relationship Management, dealing with multi-disciplinary and cross-functional teams. Capabilities to lead, manage, supervise a team and manage operations besides office and information management in a computerized environment. Career record of achieving set goals within parameters of time, cost, and quality and resource utilization. Committed to work hard for the benefit of the organization and personal development. Dedicated and skilled professionally, keen to work in a highly professional environment and achieve results through effective planning, project management, organizing and maintaining total job commitment. Possess excellent presentation, problem solving and project management skills.Kabagambe Jackson is an ordinarily boy from bukoto Kampala Uganda ,his interested in marketing ,networking ,listening to radio,etc He became a managing Director at KOYEBA Bank , founder of GREEN COMPANY, finance manager EDUCATIVE TOURS. He has gone through training with the Private Development Net work [PEDN]

Posted on April 13, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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