The Art of Commenting: what holds us back and how we can fix it

A topic I’ve touched upon myself but written up in a much more masterful way by this fantastic writer!

7 Comments

  1. If I’ve enjoyed a post, I prefer to leave a comment … if my brain is working properly and I can put the words together, that is! Failing that, I’d definitely leave a Like.

    I do see the blogging world as a community and like to connect when it feels right to do so. The slightly shy part of me does tend to stick to those bloggers whom I already know – but every now and then I dip a toe in the water and end up somewhere new … like here! 🙂

    Thanks for sharing Susan’s post, Carol; it was an interesting and thoughtful read. 🙂

  2. Wow, love the insight of this post! I completely agree with you. It should be a joy interacting with others of common interest, whether replying OR commenting!
    (BTW! Just wanted to give you a heads up-remember the URL misspelling problem we spoke of in a previous conversation? I’ve resorted to making a completely BRAND NEW account and am in the process of completely switching to that blog in the near future…this time the URL is, FOR A FACT, wordsmithobservations.wordpress.com !!) And believe me, I checked like five times to make sure I got it right hahaha

    1. Lol. Well I’m glad you let me know, I’ll make sure to keep an eye out for it.
      Are you hoping to keep things the same or try something a little different with the new blog?

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