Don’t Undermine Your Comment with a Plug

Reblogging this remind us what social media is all about. Not just promotions but authentic connections. This blog talked about “engaging relationships” which helps us to understand the purpose of why we do things.

Read this and identify yourself which one are you. I’m curious to know. Tell me your thoughts about it.

The Daily Post

We talk a lot about commenting — why it’s important, what makes a good comment, how to moderate a vibrant comments section.

There’s one surefire way to get your comment ignored or worse, deleted: leaving a shameless plug. If you’re going to take the time to visit others’ blogs and press the “comment” button, avoid this basic mistake.

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