Monday, June 13, 2011

Commenting on Facebook Comments

I am a bit apprehensive, about implementing Facebook comments, into my blog, blog posts and pages. The fact that I rarely leave comments myself, and I make only a modest appearance on Facebook, is probably the reasoning behind it. Nevertheless, to appreciate the benefits that Facebook comments can provide, you must take a moment to participate in the community, by providing meaningful feedback of your own; on interesting posts and pages.

Considering that the motivation behind the content that you generate daily, is to inspire visitors to share their experience with their friends and followers, you must offer your webpage visitors; the easiest methods in which to facilitate this. Unquestionably, Facebook comments provides just such a method. Here is how... When a visitors leaves a comment, the content of that endorsement is displayed on their wall, as well as their friend's feed. In many cases, this encourages other members of the community to comment back and forth, which repeatedly inspires conversation and word of mouse marketing. Furthermore, anyone who operates a WordPress blog, knows the hours spent moderating comments and reporting spammers. Because Facebook members must be logged in to participate, Facebook determines if a real person or anonymous user is commenting.

All things considered, the only drawback I can identify, is that not everyone is a Facebook community member. Aside from that, I think that Facebook comments is a great way to showcase rich and meaningful feedback from the community that supports the Swamp Ass, and genuinely enjoys the Internet marketing advice; that I openly provide.

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