A Bloggers Frustration: Quick Feedback

I so agree I see posts and really like them then end up some place that I can’t interact. It is frustrating

The Tony Burgess Blog

It is frustrating when you visit a blog where you can’t like the post or leave feedback easily. Blogging on a network like WordPress or Tumblr gives you a sense of connection and community that is hard to do with some platforms and self hosted blogs. I think you can install the WordPress jetpack to connect it with WordPress.com or another service like Disqus where you can plug in a commenting app to your blog.

Perhaps this is a silly first world problem but you know I am kind of digitally lazy like that. However giving the reader the opportunity for instant feedback can give your blog a better feel of interactiveness.

Comments and likes are feedback which is the life blood of many blogs and their writers. They need it to help guide their posts and writings. So a quick feedback is better than nothing at all. So I…

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  1. eyes Of Odysseus · June 28, 2015

    Hi gale.
    I so so so appreciate this blog. I have been there too many times myself – liking a blog, wanting to comment and follow, and getting the Ole wordpress techno runaround. Endless sign ins, lost comments, comments on wrong line of feeds, etc. I do not understand why they’ve made a blog system where one has to sign in and sign up to like a post. It should be a basic right for all Internet traffic to give much needed feedback and support….
    Hoping wordpress makes an easier fix for this, so our blogs can be loved and shared without melting our supporters brains with frustrating computer ‘caca’.
    Hugs,
    O and om. ♡

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