To start, comment netiquette for netizens. So, social code of adding our opinion to other works. As a result, remarks on blogs and other social media.
We need to engage in diverse dialogue for personal growth. Opinions of opinions matter.
Next, blogs are user generated content. We create to share with others in a network. Remarks drive the engagement. Often, we forward media with our own words attached.
And so, interactive and engaging. Social Media comes from this contact. Status updates, article links, and blog posts.
And so, a few tips to review at firs. After, learn comment netiquette rules from each post. Take extra time to understand.
Time needed: 30 minutes.
Comment Netiquette Rules
- Approve & Reply
First, approve post. Next, reply with a thread.
- Approve & Address
To start, allow questionable remarks. Then, address the difference in opinion.
- Approve & Respond
In the first place, accept the response. After, respond in email.
Write a full post about it.
Get rid of mean comments.
- Delete & Respond
Delete unacceptable content. Next, respond in email.
First, an opinion about an issue. So, appropriate way to leave feedback, approve comments, and respond to them if necessary.
Next, pretty simple, be nice. Write positive things about stuff you like in a person’s blog, on a friends Facebook Wall, or tweet a compliment. These are appropriate ways.
Furthermore, use settings in your blog. Also, privacy controls in Facebook. Require approval. First, before comments go public.
Next, do not approve negative comments. Also, curse words. Whether or not you approve comments contrary to your opinion is up to you.
Comment Netiquette Rules
In the first place, cultural customs users follow. In response to a blog post. There are many different ways to handle the opinions of others when they comment on your blog.
Ignoring comments is only an option with good reason. Responding to blog comments is customary. Bloggers who do not respond to comments lose readers.
Then, comment Rules of Netiquette center around how to engage readers. No offense. For the most part, don’t ignore. This does not mean public response.
But, a user who takes the time to comment deserves a response. Furthermore, bloggers who use the feedback comments provide get better.
Response to a blog post from a reader. Typically, left on a form at the end of a post. We encourage. Given, engages readers. Also, grows blogs.
They provide valuable feedback we can use in posts. Plus, allows readers to be part of the story.
It follows, moderate for various reasons. Prevents curse words, troll activity, and sales advertising from degrading a blog, among other things.