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When commenting, why do some people use a profile name and others use their real name? Does it matter which one I choose to use?
As you visit blogs and read comments, you will notice that some people appear to have an alias (e.g., chilihead) and some people appear to be using their real names (e.g., Melanie). Whichever route you choose (alias or real name or blog name), that is the name that will become associated with you. When readers [...]
I have started a website about “Work from Home” and have been advised to post comments on blogs. Am I on the right track by posting on any blog or should I just be posting comments specifically on “Work from Home” blog sites?
This is part one of a two-part question I received this week. Part two will be answered tomorrow. Leaving comments on WFH blogs (or any blogs for that matter) consistently will allow other readers to start to get to know you. They’ll recognize you from the comments section on blogs you both frequent. If your [...]
I use WordPress. Every time I try to publish a comment on a BlogSpot page, it won’t allow me. I have to do it anonymously. Is this a WordPress problem and how do I fix it?
Thanks to Jordan McCollum at Momma Blogga for this answer. I haven’t heard of this specific problem before, but these are the things I would try: Sign up for a Blogger account at Blogger.com. Some BlogSpot blogs don’t allow anonymous comments; you have to sign in to Blogger to comment. (If you have a GMail [...]