How To Get More Comments On Your Blog Posts?

 How To Get More Comments On Your Blog Posts?

Last Updated On September 15, 2016

Greetings to you all after a bit gap of  active blogging!

I am here again with a big bang! 🙂

Yes,  I said it  “BIG BANG”

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Donna Merrill of Merrill Tribe

Though I was away for some time on a special assignment I was not fully away from the net activities, instead my presence was there!  In fact, with the help of my fellow bloggers I could keep the activities on my blog more lively.  I am so thankful to Donna Merril  of  MerrilTribe,  with her Guest Post- List building on Your Blog  in my absence.  She was very active in my blog page after publishing her post.  In fact her apt responses to each of the feedback (comments) received is really encouraging.

When I say about her


/Comments the first thing came to my mind is about my own activities on the pages of the world wide web.  Yes, my web activities started by commenting on others blog pages.

In the initial stage I started reading blog pages voraciously and could not stay

blogcommback to say something I read, so in most cases I do post my opinion blatantly though few of them do not like my outright opinion.  Many respond to my comments and those responses encouraged me to read more and comment more.  When I was doing this I was not having any blog page as my own, though I have been a member of some of the platforms.    I have mentioned more about this in one of my  recent interviews I had with Reji Stephenson of Digitaldimenions4u under the title PV Ariel A Blogger Without A Blog, Read a note in this regard on this link here:  P V Ariel A blogger without a blog! 

Comments are vital part of blogging! Bloggers eagerly look for comments after pressing the publish button! Click To Tweet

Also, please read some of the posts I wrote on this unique subject on my pages HERE

Yes, comments are vital part of blogging! And in fact, all bloggers eagerly look for comments on their pages.

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The Infographer Josue

In this post I am going to introduce a wonderful post, an Infographic developed by an online friend, Jesue Valles about blog comments and some strategies on how to get more comments on your pages.

Read  what he wants to say on this subject to his readers!

If you like this post, I would like to hear from your.  Please do post a comment through the comment box below!  As I mentioned everyone wants comments on their pages!!! And your presence on my page with a comment will be warm welcomed and will be notified in these monthly series with a suitable reciprocation!

Thank you.

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48 comments

  1. Hi Brother Phil,

    Good to hear that you are back in full swing. Hope that there will be a flow of valuable comments from you soon on many of your favourite blog and communities. Donna Merrills guest post was a wonderful one that added more importance to your website.

    Also, thank you very much for giving a link to the interview in my blog and publishing the superb infographics. A special thank to the infographer josue too.

    Hoping to see more posts from you soon.

    Have a nice day.

    Reji Stephenson
    Reji Stephenson recently posted…Interview with Nisha Pandey, a talented professional blogger and founder of SeotechyworldMy Profile

    1. Hi Reji,
      Nice to see you here again.
      Yes, i am back and hope that i can do a speed travel around my fav pages LOL
      Thank you for your kind co-operation during these period.
      Yes, Donna did a great job with her post along with her follow-up.
      I am so glad that i could mention again about that wonderful interview i had with you.
      Keep up the good work.
      Keep in touch.
      Have a great month ahead.
      Best
      ~ Phil

  2. Hi Philip,

    I first want to thank you so much for the kind words you have written about me. It is an honor!

    So good to see you back in action again. I love this infographic! You know me well enough that I always stress how important commenting is. I can honestly say that I do get many visitors to my blog from a comment I have left on another’s.

    Timing is everything when posting a blog post and if it is done consistently, people somehow will know and look forward to it. Posting early in the morning is best. I must say that I’ve been a tad late sometimes,, but that’s what happens when I stay up to the wee hours in the morning to chat with others that are on different time zones.

    Great tips as usual!

    -Donna
    Donna Merrill recently posted…Why You Need To Hire A Coach For Your Online BusinessMy Profile

    1. Hi Donna,
      In fact as i said i must give thanks to you for the relentless support you rendered along with your lovely post! 🙂
      I am so glad that your presence was really helpful.
      yes, i hope that i can be more active here as well among my fav bloggers pages.
      Josue’s infographic is really an informative piece, and I am thankful to him for the kind consent to post it on my pages. Yes, i fully agree with you, comments can do wonders on our pages! 🙂
      And, yes the geographical difference in timing is really a stressful thing, and adjusting it is really very difficult task,
      yes, as you said sometimes we need to utilize the wee hours! I can very well relate to this ares. but still we can’t manage sometimes. I appreciate your ability to do that nicely.
      Keep going my dear friend,
      Nice that i found you 🙂
      Keep sharing
      Have a great month ahead 🙂
      ~ Phil

  3. Hey, Phil. Thanks for the support, I really appreciate it!

    Hopefully this infographic gives your readers all they need to start getting the most out of blog comments.

    Have a great day!

    1. Hi Josue,
      Thank you so much for the kind consent.
      I am so glad that i found your informative page and could share this post here too!
      I am sure my readers and other visitors will be benefited by the reading of this post.
      Thanks again for your valuable time and feedback
      Keep sharing
      Best Regards
      ~ Phil

  4. Hey Philip,

    I never thought about posting on the weekends. I find it is slower in response times on the weekend. Sometimes it even feels like a ghost town. But if your statistics are saying the weekends get more comments, who am I to say other wise. I might schedule a couple for the weekends and see how they go.

    I comment on as many blogs as I can, one because the experts say it is one of the best ways to connect and develop relationships and two it has increased my knowledge. I find it an enjoyable part of my day.

    I have never done anything with a give away attached to it and I don’t think I want to start using words that have no back up. However giveaways I have witnessed to be a good incentive for people to come to your blog but I wonder do they stay. I think I will keep developing my relationships at the moment. Good post, glad you are back.

    Rachel.
    Rachel recently posted…Dear Domestic ViolenceMy Profile

    1. Hi Rachel,
      I am really sorry,
      I missed to reply to your wonderful feedback and the insight you brought in.
      Hey, I am not saying that instead i too do not support or agree that concept of weekend posts gets more response, as you said i too experienced the same as not getting any response to my weekend posts,
      I recently read another post in which it said that instead posting on Mondays and Thursdays fetch more results on these areas. And I have noticed some of the famous pro bloggers are using this strategy.
      Yes as you said if Josue get that on weekend who am i to say otherwise !!! 🙂
      Thanks Rachel for the wonderful feedback
      Keep sharing
      May you have a great and profitable weekend
      ~ Phil

  5. Hey P V,

    There are many ways to get comments and this was a great infographic showing what are the best practices to get more.

    The only thing I disagree with is what days to publish your content to get the most content. For my blog the best days are Monday through Thursday. I usually get the most during this time and it slows down on the weekend.

    I do believe it all depends on who you connect with. The there are those who love to comment while there are others who prefer just sharing. But if we want more content the best thing is to focus on those that made a habit of it.

    Thanks for sharing and I hope you’re having a great week!
    Sherman Smith recently posted…Is Your Online Marketing Plan Building Strong Reciprocity?My Profile

    1. Hi Sherman,
      Thank you very much for sharing your insight into this post.
      Yes, I too can very well relate to the point you mentioned about the publication days.
      Yes, the weekend days are really less responsive days. In fact sometimes on Sat and Sundays absolutely nil response. May be this is happened because of the areas, zone in which we are more involved in. Mostly with the western countries, the weekends are off days and naturally net activity too will be less.
      Thanks again Sher for the time you shared on these page.
      I appreciate
      Keep sharing
      May you have a great time of sharing and caring ahead
      Best Regards
      ~ Philip

    1. Hi Monna,
      Thank you so much for your precious time on our page.
      I am sorry i missed to respond on time to this comment.
      Yes, Donna did a great help in doing this for us. Yes, the
      infographic talks volume.
      Keep sharing
      May you have a great time of blogging ahead
      Best
      ~ Philip

  6. Hey Phillip,
    Blog commenting helps to improve exposures for brands. It increases leads and sales if done correctly.

    What bloggers must learn is the right way and time to comment. Valuable comments and feedback boost engagement, and possibly sales.

    Although the infographic is not in-depth, it still serves as reminder on the importance of blog commenting for the brand.

    In kingged.com, the above comment was left where this post was shared.

    1. Hi Sunny,
      What a joy to see you here again,
      So sad to note that i really missed this comment to respond
      I suppose i responded on kingged
      Thanks a lot for your valuable insight, yes, i agree with you that this info graphic is not an in-depth one, but i am sure it gives out some basic principle a comment author should make note of.
      I appreciate your share and support on the pages of Kingged
      Keep going
      All good wishes
      Best
      ~ Philip

  7. Hi Philip

    This is an awesome infograph and thanks for sharing. It will help newbies and even pro Bloggers understand the importance of blog comments

    1. Hi Bro. Ikechi
      Thank you so much for your valuable time here as well as on Aha NOW Page.
      Yes, as you said this will surely give some insight into the importance of comments in blogging
      I appreciate your valuable time to read and post your feedback.
      May you have a blessed weekend
      Keep sharing
      Will be soon landing there I am sorry for the delay! 🙂
      Best
      ~ Phil

    1. Hi Sharad,
      Thank you so much for your valuable time on this page.
      I am sorry i missed to respond to your response.
      Yes, spending some time on others page and reading and commenting helps us a lot in improving our blogging business in all the way.
      Nice to know that you liked the post.
      Keep sharing
      May you have a great time of sharing
      Best regards
      ~ Philip

  8. Hi Philip

    Awesome infographic post about commenting. Glad you also provide data about good time to post. Because I am currently posting them late hour. I will change the time to 8-9 AM.

    Commenting is very important not just for back link but also for I got many new ideas from different bloggers.

    Thanks for the post

    – Stella

    1. Hi Stellea,
      What a joy to see you here on my page. 🙂
      I think the timings and day of posting all depends on the geographical situation.
      In another survey i read it says Mondays and Thursdays are best to post, there the
      timings are not mentioned anyways we need to find out ourselves by doing a small
      exercise on it to know which suits us more.
      May you have a great weekend
      thanks again for sharing your valuable thoughts here again
      Keep sharing
      Keep visiting
      Best
      ~ Philip

  9. Hi Philip

    Nice to have you back even though it did not appear you were on a break. Thanks for sharing this lovely post. I love the infographic as it lays out things quite nicely.

    I agree with the points about how to get more comments with the exception of what time of the week to share a post such as weekends. It varies and it depends on the blog and even the individual. For me weekends tend to be very slow, traffic drops for me that time so I tend not to do too much with posting on weekends.
    Everyone have to develop their own pattern or style and whatever works best, then by all means go with that.

    Have a great weekend.
    Yvonne I. Wilson recently posted…11 Best Ideas for Your Morning Fitness You Never RealizedMy Profile

    1. Hi Yvonne,
      I am extremely sorry!
      I missed to respond to your valuable comment.
      Today while I was doing a search I found that i could not attend to your amazing feedback.
      Thank you so much for sharing your valuable experience with our readers.
      Yes, Even i experienced the same with the weekend activities. I fully agree with you in this, I could very well relate to that. But still all depends on the time zone too.
      Thanks for sharing your valuable thoughts with us,
      Have a blessed weekend.
      Best
      ~ Philip

    1. Hi Lea
      Thank you so much for the comment and visit as well on AhaNOW the ABC Community page,
      Thanks for the insightful comment, but i read it in another survey it says Monday’s and Thursday’s are best to post contents
      That I think on the different time zones dependence. Anyways this infographic is filled with lot of tips, nice to know that you liked it,
      Keep sharing
      Keep visiting
      Best
      ~ Philip

  10. Getting comments on your article posts are great indicators that people are actually reading and liking your work. Also, that you have a following. This can be great for businesses looking to gain the trust of potential clients as comments can help indirectly build credibility. But, you dont want spammy comments, you want relevant people who really have a voice and can give you feedback. I like this post and they details that it outlines to get more comments. I think being part of blogging communities is also a great way to get more comments.

    1. Hi Berry
      Its a great joy to see you here again,
      Thanks a lot for the wonderful feedback into the subject.
      Yes, those vital comments can make a change into our total activities,
      and yes, it will surely create a credibility among our readers that
      may turn into potential customers. Yes, the communities too can play
      vital role in this aspect. In fact i started getting more comments and
      such interaction after joining some of the well known communities like
      kingged, ABC etc…
      May you have a blessed weekend\
      ~Philip

  11. Philip,

    Congratulations on being the top blog commenter at PAC.

    I have discovered that the more I go out of my way to read other people’s blogs, to comment on their posts and on their social media sites, the more they return the favor and visit my pages and posts. It is the building of relationships and the reciprocity that is essential. Of course, the content has to also be worth someone’s time and effort to read it. We do have to provide value and some education as well. Appealing images and small paragraphs make the reading easier and more pleasant. A little humor sometimes helps as well, and maybe breaking it up with a video or podcast.

    Warmly,

    Dr. Erica
    Dr. Erica Goodstone recently posted…The Key To Creating Love That LastsMy Profile

    1. Hi Dr. Erica,
      Thank you so much for sharing your valuable thoughts in this regard.
      I am really sorry, i could not respond to this before, somehow i missed it.
      Thanks once again for the kind wishes too.
      Yes, our visit and read and comment on fellow bloggers pages will helps
      us to get good and solid relationship to go forward, yes, for sure they come back to us in response to that, i too experienced this, but sad sometimes we may not be able to cop with it on the run. but still i am sure that helps us to get more responses on our pages.
      Thanks for all
      Keep sharing,
      Keep visiting
      May you have a wonderful and profitable weekend
      Best
      ~ Philip

    1. Hi Mairaj,
      Thank you so much for your valuable time on our page.
      Thanks for your encouraging words. 🙂
      Yes, commenting can do wonders in our blogging journey.
      Keep this in mind in our blogging Journey, keep sharing too.
      Sorry I missed this comment to respond.
      Nice that I found it today to respond.
      May you have a great time of sharing.
      Best Regards
      Phil

  12. Hey Philip,
    Indeed, comments do great things that one could not imagine, it is not about getting a no follow link from high authority sites at all, it is all about exchanging thoughts and building relationships. I always say that, blog commenting is part of one’s online presence and you just confirmed that, as you built the online presence even without a webpage.

    Loved the infographic too, thanks for sharing, Philip!

    Have a nice weekend!

    Regards
    Hussain

    1. Hi Hussain,
      Thank you very much for the insightful views on this subject.
      I fully agree with your views. Yes, one should not always think about the no follow links while they comment. that will automatically generate if our response is a value added one. As you said its all about beyond that, building a good relationship is a great thing in this virtual world. Yes, Blog commenting is a part and parcel of a blogger’s life.
      Keep sharing
      May you have a great week ahead.
      Best
      ~ Philip

  13. Wow Philip,

    One year later and it is still evergreen! This post is a great one and I thank you for featuring me once again my friend.

    Look how far you have come in a year’s time. Isn’t it amazing how we all grow.

    -Donna

    1. Hi Donna,
      What a JOY to hear from you again! 🙂
      It is indeed a great privilege to me to present you once again on my page.
      I appreciate once again your relentless support extended to this page.
      Keep going my dear friend
      May you have a great week ahead
      Best
      ~ Philip

  14. Hello Philipsir,

    Once again I am here.

    This one is really amazing and gonna help to many people along with me. Really this one is a Wow factor post and infographic is amazing. Knowledge with fun.

    Thanks for the superb sharing 🙂
    Regards
    Swapnil Kharche

  15. Hi Philip sir,
    It’s really nice to see Josue on your blog. I have always been a fan of commenting so Wouldn’t have missed this post. What I mean to say that the Infographic is really good.
    Thanks for sharing.

  16. Hi Philip,

    The infographic looks great and it gives us many useful tips. As you know, I am not an avid commenter but as you said, everyone wants to see a lot of engagement on their blog, and that means shares and comments. A Romanian saint said something like: “By giving you will receive”. In this case, that means that if bloggers want active commenters then they should first comment on other sites.

    Thanks for reminding me of this important lesson, Philip!

    Have a great weekend,
    Minuca

    1. Hi Ikechi,
      Nice to see you here again!
      I am glad to know that you could relate some of the areas i mentioned in this post.
      Yes, thru our feedback we can keep a better relationship with fellow bloggers.
      Happy to know that that strategy helped you and your blog.
      Keep it up.
      Keep going
      Good Wishes
      With kind regards
      ~ Phil

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