Blogging 101, Day 11: Be a Good Neighbor

Today’s Assignment: Get out your calling cards, and leave comments on at least four blogs that you’ve never commented on before.

This one couldn’t have come on a better day.  It was already my plan to go blog-hopping and investigate some blogs I’m considering following, so there will probably be more than four comments before my day is done.

And I just need to say here that comments and “likes” are such an encouragement. Image I love it when my reader stats  hit new highs, and the numbers are continually improving over on my Bible study blog, especially. What would make it even better is if more people would comment.  When no one comments, I don’t know if it’s because they all agree with every word I’ve written, or they were just bored, or if they’re speechless with dismay and can’t think of anything to say.

Comments, even if they’re courteously-worded criticisms, help the writer immensely.  I love them, welcome them. And if they’re offensive, I don’t publish them.


3 thoughts on “Blogging 101, Day 11: Be a Good Neighbor

  1. I’m leaving a comment to tell you that I feel the same way about comments. I appreciate them. When I post something that doesn’t get any comments, I don’t worry about it, but I wonder why. Was it boring? Was it poorly written (Lands, I hope not.) Or was everyone just too busy that day to write anything? Can’t help wondering, but I don’t intend to lose any sleep over it.

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    1. I love it when a good conversation gets started. I also understand that, if others do as I do and try to read as many of the daily prompts as possible, there just isn’t time to comment on every single one.

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂


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