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How To Get More Comments On A Blog Post

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When one does not receive ample comments on his or her blog, it might lead to writers block.

Also Read: How To Avoid Writers Block

Many blogs do not receive comments at all. That happened to me in 2015 when I started with www.goldenokey.blogspot.com and latter changed it ngnewslink.blogspot.com. As at then, I wrote about 20 posts a day and none of them received a single comment. And I started to doubt my Google analytics.

Things that can hinder you from getting comments on a blog post

Traffic: When your blog is not exposed, your chances of getting comments will reduce.

Irrelevant Blog Post: When you don't write what is trending or what people don't like, the tendency of getting lesser comments will be there.

Failure To Engage Your Readers: Many people just write a post without being natural. And so the readers wouldn't act naturally by commenting.

How To Verify The Issue.

Now that we've found out some of the problems, let's go straight to how to tackle it.

Traffic: Like I told you earlier, a lot of traffic is needed to increased the chances of getting a comment on a blog post. You can share your posts to Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites.

Relevant comments on others blogs with your link to a related post can also drive more comments to your blog.

I answer questions on Quora and help people on Niaraland with a link to a particular blog post.

With this method, my chances if getting comments are improved and you too can do it.

Relevant Blog Post: Write what people likes. If I read a blog post I don't like, I wouldn't even get to the bottom of the post talk more of commenting.

So write posts that are catchy and that keep your readers keep reading. When they get to the end of the post, they might eventually post a comment.

Enage Your Readers: Engaging your readers into a conversation in the most important thing that will give you a comment.

Try to be natural while writing a post as if you were discussing with your readers face to face. Give them the chance to say something.


At the conclusion of every post I write on this post, I normally through a question to my readers that requires their answers. So anyone that reads to that point might likely comment on the post.

I normally ask "What can you say about this post?" "Have you tried it before?" "How did it workout for you?".

So you too can writeup something at the conclusion of your post to engage your readers into a conversation which in turn might result to a comment.

That is how far I can go for today. And I know with this tutorial, you can get ample comments on a blog post.

If you know other means of generating comment s on your blog post you are free to use the comment box below to let me know. You can also try it and show appreciation by writing something in the comment box.
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