Many blogs allow their visitors to leave feedback regarding their other posts and contents. These comments may refer to the actual blog post or, in some cases, can be random thoughts. The remarks, too, maybe optimistic or unfavorable. Only by virtue of what sort of comment a visitor has made on the post can bloggers respond to blog messages in multiple ways. The blogger may address such feedback, prevent specific users from posting messages in the future, or use admin security access to delete comments. They may even customize the discussion board to seek approval of the comments before posting them on the blog. This section would discuss each of these possibilities in response to blog comments in greater detail.
Blog Comment Handling
Answering Comments on Your Blog
Bloggers who receive comments on their blog should, as much as possible, reply to those who took the time leaving their feedback. Some blogging systems encourage the blogger to leave comments within their own site that enable the blogger to respond to comments immediately. Using this function, a blogger can react to various scenarios, including negative feedback, constructive criticisms, and inquiries. Bloggers who receive negative feedback on their page can directly respond to those comments in a rebuttal form depending on how grave the negativity is. It encourages the blog owner to acknowledge the critique and justify their initial post. Bloggers who obtain positive criticism may want to respond to such reviews and thank the visitors for their continuous support.
Numerous bloggers still get questions asking about the blog post or the blogger itself. To establish a stronger rapport with the blog readers, bloggers can choose to address specific inquiries and issues for as long as it will not offend anyone.
Blocking Comments from Individual Visitors
One method of handling negative remarks on forums is to delete feedback by actual forum readers. In certain situations, bloggers will be allowed to blog a single person from posting comments on the web. The blogger may choose to use this alternative in situations where comments from blog users become unkind-spirited. The blogger might want to restrict the commenting of particular blog visitors because he has attempted to explain his point regarding a specific argument. Well, other blog audiences can also post offending remarks, though. A blogger can even ban comments by other users of the blog site if they deem that the feedbacks are seen as spam or a poser.
Using Administrative Features
A different way to deal with blog commentaries is to use administrative features to remove remarks or change the settings so that messages are not published until the blogger allows them. Typically, blog owners can delete a comment made by a blog user. Deleting such comments is usually an effortless control. But, since other blog users can have the ability to read these comments before they are removed, it is not an entirely successful process. Removing the feedback can also deter visitors from reading the remarks but will not guarantee that any blog visitors don’t see the conversation. There is also a way for bloggers to ensure that visitors do not read critical reviews. Many blogging software applications have options that require that the blogger approve all comments before they are publicly accessible. It gives the blogger the right to take off a statement before any visitors of the blog site can read it. Once the comments are released, the blogger can instantly delete comments they don’t want others to read.
If you blog daily, people will begin to respond to what you’re writing. Perhaps not instantly, but as your blog expands, you’ll have to deal with your blog comments. Some people would disagree with you, particularly when you write about your views or opinions of the world. In short, you’ll need to deal with your readers’ comments and opinions.
Readers add material to the blog entry. And Google indexes all content on your website like any comments on any blog post. Only don’t get excited yet, since Google can immediately accept comments as merely comments. Their search engine value is expected to be much lower than the blog post’s original material. Consequently, responding to comments on your blog does not automatically boost your SEO, but will result in higher percentages of visitors returning.
Many people would only like to say they like you, your business, or your blog post. That is always beautiful to hear. Be sure to answer any of these (even if it’s just a short “thank you!”) or show general appreciation in an upcoming post. The person giving the compliment feels appreciated. Others will leave a question after they’ve read your blog. It shouldn’t be as hard to answer questions. If the answer to the question is short (and you know the answer! in fact), you can leave a direct response. If an inquiry is harder to answer, you may decide to write a new post about it if it needs some more clarification.
People sometimes disagree with what you’ve written, and sometimes people are dissatisfied with your product or service. Men are just plain rude about it sometimes—the toughest to manage these kinds of remarks. Don’t be afraid of talk on your blog. A friendly conversation where there’s space for different perspectives can be a positive thing. It offers you the ability to really demonstrate your experience and thoughts on a specific subject to your audience.
Ideally, you’ll mostly get comments relevant to your post, and you may often get the fourth kind of feedback: off-topic. Off-topic comments aren’t inherently comments of low quality, but because they don’t apply to the subject of your message, it can be challenging to deal with them.
And then, some of the comments are eventually spammed messages. People are trying to trick your readers into clicking on a link, sometimes to something unrelated, or they are merely writing nonsense. If your spam filter doesn’t already keep these comments out, you can remove them as soon as you see them and potentially block them.
It can take a lot of time to answer questions and to give the right answers in a discussion. Make sure you have the time to track the feedback you receive on your blog and answer them. You don’t have to answer a comment within an hour. Just make sure you respond within a day or two. It shows that you are engaged with your readers and that you care for their feedback.