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11 Quick Tips to Get More Comments on Your Blog

Posted By Darren Rowse 12th of January 2016 General, Miscellaneous Blog Tips 2

Have you seen comments drop off your blog in the last few years? Try these 11 quick tips to get them back again! On ProBlogger.net

Episode 79 of the ProBlogger podcast is another episode short on time but long on information!

Today we tackle the topic of how to encourage your audience to interact with you more on the comment section of your blog. Nowadays the trend for readers to reach out on social networks means less comments on blog posts, but that doesn’t mean drumming up blog comments is a lost cause (although it can certainly feel like it)!

I’ve got 11 tips for you that cover everything from simply asking for comments (you’d be surprised how successful that strategy is), to writing style that invites comment, best formats for blog posts, and how to deal with trolls and spam – which seems to be growing by the minute.

If you have any questions, you can catch me on twitter @ProBlogger, or in the comment section here or on the show notes at ProBlogger.com.

What would you add to this list? Have you seen a drop in comments over the years?

11 Quick Tips to Get More Comments on Your Blog

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Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Comments
  1. Hello Darren,
    Comments one of the great story for successful bloggers. Without comments, bloggers never can get popularity. I hope this 11 tips helps to get more comments on my blog.
    Thanks

  2. Hi Darren,
    These are really valuable 11 comment tips by problogger. The voice is very clear and I understand very well,
    I had try to answer all the question of my readers in the comment section but some times the questions are not relevant to my post what should we do then ?
    If I write about seo article sometimes they ask me about social media.

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