But beyond that, they add an additional element present in every great comment… Any robot can start a comment with a greeting and end it with a promise. He’s an expert at letting his personality shine through in his comments.
But for a comment to take that next step, for a comment to get you noticed by the blog’s owner, you have to let “you” shine through. The comment he left for The Blogger’s Bucket List: 20 Must-Reach Milestones on the Path to World Domination is a perfect example.
Bloggers, just like dates, want to know who’s trying to woo them. In the blogging world, this kind of parroting is a (re)Pete Comment. “I love it when commenters tell me they’ve shared or will share my work.
Note: In order to sound sincere, refrain from heaping too much praise onto the bloggers themselves. For this reason, it’s often best to focus on the post rather than the blogger.Would you like influential bloggers to notice you and follow you on Twitter? About the Author: Kevin Duncan runs Be A Better Blogger, where he uses his very particular set of skills to help people become the best bloggers they can be.