Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Blog Followers Are Good, But Commenters ROCK!

Blogaholic Designs”=I enjoy posting to my blog, though I don't get to it every day like I'd like to or should. And I so much appreciate the people who are now following me; let me encourage you to post comments on my blog postings. I can't know if my posts make any difference to anyone but me if I don't get posts. To those who have already commented, my deepest thanks. To those who are shy about commenting - seriously, I want comments: good, bad, or indifferent. Well, not indifferent - what would be the point of that? :)

I remember when I first started this blog, I intended to cover a variety of topics - not necessary just about the ebooks I am writing and trying to promote (e.g., A SPY AT HOME - available on Amazon - shameless plug). I intended to be interesting, controversial, funny, and informative. I think I've succeeded on most of those fronts; do you agree or disagree?

Please remember to comment. My wife, my daughter, my two cats, and I appreciate any comments you care to make. BLOG ON!

5 comments:

Robert Carraher said...

I sometimes think it was easier to get a date with a cheerleader in high school, when I was a pimply faced freshamn than to get people to post comments.....

Caledonia Lass said...

I love comments as well! So I will do my best to make sure I comment more often. I like your blog! Have a great rest of the week!

jmrinaldo said...

Thanks, Robert and Caledonia Lass! It is difficult to get comments. Maybe I need to be more controversial?
Joe

Wendy. Blog Author said...

Well I don't rightly know because I've only been here a few weeks. But I agree, commentors rock and I get so few of them Irrrghhh
In order to work out the bit about focusing on once area, that's why I recently separated my social blog from my book stuff. I was finding that I did far too many book stuff. That one is fabulosity nouveau thw,

jmrinaldo said...

Wendy, thanks for the comment, and I know exactly what you mean. Keeping up with everything is exhausting!
Joe