Show us that smile! Do they believe greetings are an outdated ritual?If you are prone to misspellings, copy the name so you can paste it into your comment. Often, students receive feedback and that is the end of the learning experience. A week later, after Smart Blogger published a new post, I left another comment: Another greeting, another compliment, another piece of added value, and another promise. Smith , from Ontario, Canada, adds another excellent idea: Give some information about where you are from and what grade you are in. If — and this is the catch — you write genuinely-good comments worth noticing. Spammers have taken over. Others will respond to your comment, which will fuel even more comments. Share that connection! Is it worth putting all this time and thought into blog comments? Reflect: How did the feedback help the student learn? Greeting the author and paying a compliment are nice, but no one cares how good the appetizers are if the main course is a BLT sandwich with no bacon. Students must learn to dig deeper and write comments that include some of the following: Compliments: Praising the author for their ideas. But if you need proof blog commenting can lead to wonderful things, look no further.
Example: I like your blog. How many comments will you publish this week? Amanda Formaro demonstrates this perfectly in her succinct comment about email subscribers.
Parts of a Blog Blogging has many parts: the post, the comments, and the sidebar. Maybe the post reminds you of an experience that you've had.Blogging has many parts: the post, the comments, and the sidebar. Bloggers love that. The following infographic may be helpful for teaching or revisiting key points. You love Kevin Costner movies? Summarizing to a point is fine, but your comment needs to be more than the CliffsNotes version of the post you just read. No preamble — they launch right into talking about their day. Please visit mine! Did you know they have a co-worker named Mr. Bloggers love that — and they love the commenters who help make that happen. Can they make changes? In reality? Brittany Bullen After a successful first date, each person is usually looking for a clue the other enjoyed themselves and a second date is in the cards.
Tweet the post like you said you would. Did it rock your world?
But is that possible if your comments suck?