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Leave Comments That Make Sense. Please.

Image Source: Postcards from Hell’s Kitchen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is not a huge blog and I don’t get thousands of visitors daily, so I do appreciate your visits and getting comments. The do-follow links and comment luv are my way of showing my appreciation to fellow bloggers who take the time to drop by and leave a comment.

If you found your way here via the do-follow links or the comment luv directory, you are most welcome to leave your comments.

All I ask is, please make sense. Here a few tips/advice on how to leave a comment that won’t get deleted or marked as spam …

  1. Do not copy a sentence from my content and paste it as a comment
  2. Do not copy an unrelated phrase from elsewhere and leave it as a comment
  3. Try to at least read through my post and leave a relevant comment. I.e. if I’m talking about food, say something about it, not something about an iPad.
  4. Sometimes I will leave a prompt to help you out at the end of my post. Something like, ‘what do you think?’ or ‘what would you do?’ kind of question. Go with it.
  5. While I enjoy a compliment as much as everyone else, “Good post!” is not a comment worth publishing.
  6. Finally, if you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all or take it up with me privately. My email address is on the ABOUT page.
  7. Same thing with advertisment offers or link exchange proposals. Please send to my email address

Thanks again for visiting my blog, and I hope to hear from you soon!

To my fellow bloggers, how do you feel about some of the comments you get on your site?

Image Source: Comments on Comments from Postcards from Hell’s Kitchen

Dear Do-Follow Commenters

I just de-spammed a bunch of comments that had inadvertently been caught by Akismet. I like getting comments on my blogs! Really! That’s why all my blogs are set to Do-Follow. So please do keep leaving comments.

HOWEVER, I cannot in good conscience publish comments that were obviously left just for the benefit of the link and the comment itself is not even related to the post. Take a minute to read what I’m really saying and leave a meaningful or at least relevant comment. And please don’t tell me again that a loan of any kind will make my life easier. LOL! That’s how I got in hot water in the first place!

With that said, let’s keep blogging and commenting!

P.S. as soon as I have some time I’ll add the Comment Luv Plug-in. I love that thing!