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How Do You Not Respond to Comments?

I like this article. I try to respond to every comment that comes in here. It’s nice to receive your feedback. If I comment on someone else’s blog, I expect them to do the same. What do you think? If you like this article you should stop by the AIS Journal and comment there too. I’m just sayin’…:)

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When celebrities do this, they have a reason. When an ordinary blogger does this, it’s just not right.

This totally drives me crazy. I know and I admit that different people have different reasons to blog. But most of the bloggers out there, who post publicly and leave the comment form open, have a common goal of being read and commented on. It really feels good when you receive comments from your blog. When you get to know that someone spent time on your blog reading about your ramblings which would do no good to them, and then cared enough to leave a comment and even follow your blog for future posts, it must feel good. But then, you don’t respond to his comments. I mean, how cruel is that?

Imagine yourself being in the middle of a crowd where no one really knows anyone. You feel lonely, you’re talking…

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Posted by on January 31, 2012 in Authors, Blogs, Writing


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WWE’s Ryder harnesses Web to boost his career –

WWE’s Ryder harnesses Web to boost his career –

I don’t follow professional fighting of any kind, fake or real.  I’ve seen a few interesting matches and been entertained a time or two by both the fake stuff and the real.  What this guy has done with his Youtube account is simply amazing, though.  It’s the kind of thing we all want to do with our projects/products.   There’s a lesson to be learned here.

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Posted by on January 30, 2012 in Authors, Blogs, Contests, Sports, youtube


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Timeline your chance for a Facebook do over – USATODAY .com


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Timeline your chance for a Facebook do-over –

I have been reading a lot about Facebook’s Timeline and Google+‘s new privacy policy.  I’m not all that concerned about Google’s changes.  That’s for another post.  What does concern me is Facebook’s new Timeline.  This article was informative to me on what to do in response to Facebook forcing me to accept Timeline.  Let me know what you think.  Does this new move by Facebook bother you at all?


Posted by on January 30, 2012 in Privacy, Social Media


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