Who Said Allowing Comments on a Blog Is Risky?

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I know some bloggers are concerned about allowing readers to post comments, since you never know what a reader might say.

But it’s never concerned me (perhaps because I get so few comments). In fact, many of the comments I receive make my day, especially when they are like this one I just received:

you are in reality a excellent webmaster. The site loading velocity is amazing. It seems that you are doing any distinctive trick. Furthermore, The contents are masterwork. you’ve done a magnificent job on this topic!

I must admit that I have spent an inordinate amount of time tweaking my site so that the loading velocity can be “amazing”. The commenter is correct in that I am doing a distinctive trick. I may actually patent my technique and try to license it to Google.

So I have no intentions of turning off comments, and I encourage my readers to continue sending me such comments.

In the meantime, before I try to patent my site velocity loading technique, could somebody first explain to me what the heck it means?

Go Nova!

 

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Jim Borden

Accounting Prof. at Villanova; happily married for 30+ years; father of 3 outstanding young men; vegan; interests: fitness, creativity, education, blogging, social media.

6 thoughts on “Who Said Allowing Comments on a Blog Is Risky?”

  1. I was most impressed with your blog posting velocity. Will pay particular attention to loading the next time. Kudos.




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