Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Comments all around

Recently at ReadWrite Web, they address the common issue of comments on blogs. They’re uncommon these days and rarely promote conversation on the actual blog. However, as Sarah Perez points out, they’ve many times moved to other sites. It’s very common for a comment conversation to start up on another website like Digg. So how does a blogger keep track of where these conversations take place? RSS feeds are the key.

Where do you commonly make your comments about articles? After reading this article, I did notice the abundance of comments on this particular article. If you are using your corporate blog to interact with the customers, are you worried about promoting conversations outside of your blog comments? Or is this something to be encouraged by because you’re giving them something to talk about?

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