I’m Peter, and I’m a Blogaholic! The problem is unless I get lots of comments I’m just not getting the complete fix that I am craving. But I don’t just want any comment; I want the sort where commentators have put a bit of thought into what they have written. I believe that comments on a post add to the blogging experience of all readers as long as they pertain to the post itself. To get the best comments, I have devised this comment policy.
To encourage comments, I have enabled ‘dofollow’, so you know your comments will be picked up by the search engines. I have also installed the CommentLuv Premium plugin that will parse your last post providing a link to it.
But that’s not all! I’ve also activated threaded comments so you can reply to a particular comment and not tag it on the end of everyone else’s. Lastly, I’ve enabled the Keyword name part of CommentLuv Premium, which means you can leave a keyword along with your name. You can do this — your Name@Your Keywords. Remember, a name first and only three keywords, any more and the plugin will remove your keywords. If you use a keyword instead of your name, I will delete your comment.
There may be some that think I am a bit harsh and that I should accept all comments, but the thing is I take pride in my posts and I want to be able to show the same pride in the quality of my comments, as should you.
I Will Not Tolerate Spammers!
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So, what is spam?
- Spam is when you do not follow this comment policy.
- When you leave keywords instead of a name.
- When you leave a comment without reading, then post
- When your comment is nonsensical and has nothing to do with the post.
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If your comment manages to see the light of day, then you can pat yourself on the back because it has passed my stringent quality tests. I reserve the right to edit or delete comments. This blog is a family-friendly blog and does not allow any phobic content that may be based on race, sex, nationality, religion or whatever.