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January 07 2015
Written By michael kjærsgaard - January 07 2015
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I know how you feel — sometimes I, too, feel like I have nothing to say! I also fear embarrassing myself, or making people angry. But, that’s what writing is all about! We’re sharing our thoughts, perspectives, tips, and lives with the public……and if we’re afraid of the consequences, then we’ll never be the writers we want to be.
I hope you do write more in your blog — you might want to start with small, impersonal posts. And, you could also practice by making comments on blog posts, like you did here!
Thanks for taking the time to comment, Charlotte — I hope this post helps you comment on future posts, here and elsewhere!
I agree with Darren Rowse, the comments are nearly the best part of blogging. I love when I start to get my own little tribe of regular commenters. So fun. But for a long time I was hesitate to comment on other blogs. Dumb, I know, but I think I felt I had to always have brilliant things to say. I’ve gotten over my fear now,
I’ll write an article that answers your question fully, because I have too many ideas to for this piddly comments section! I’ll post the link here as soon as it’s published…which will be within four days…
So my question is how do you encourage people to post on your blog? I follow my stats and know people are reading my blog, but no matter what I try (create controversy, ask for additional ideas, or whatever) I get precious few comments. Any ideas?