Another "Super" Affiliate Blacklisted from my comments

Last Update: May 28, 2019

Hi, Everyone...

A word of warning...

Another SuperAffiliate is no longer going to waste my time on writing content for their :"super" post comment request...

No time for this...The website was "Work From My Laptop", and the comment requested was for a post on links...

Here is the stated reason for disapproval:

"Your 5 paragraph comment was thorough, but it just sounded a bit unnatural and more of a post summary instead of a comment. In your last paragraph you ended with a very relevant question that was completely natural in its delivery. The comment would have been much more natural sounding and highly relevant if it had been limited to just the first and last paragraphs"

No problem "super affiliate"...

Won't happen again because I am not commenting anymore on your super posts!

The blacklist for members who will not waste my time grows again by one and again from a super affiliate...

This is a trend...

Perhaps Kyle can provide these super affiliates with some guidance?

Have a great day all...

Dave : )



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terrycarroll Premium
Well done for standong by your principles on this, Dave.

There seems to be a fine line on what is and what is not "acceptable".

I' not making any more comments for the time being, until and unless Kyle sets some fixed guidelines or a proper training is in place which removes all elements of doubt.

Rock on!

Terry
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Jadatherapy Premium
Thank you for sharing this post Dave

I have been thinking about going back to site comments but if it is just going to spoil my reputation on their because people are being unnecessarily picky , I have no time for it.

I loved getting comments and like them to be different because it is more natural.

but having to write an essay and after that hard work get a comment like what you have shown is not playing fair in my opinion.

It is also not a reflection of the real world.

Thank you also for saving me TIME

Sorry that you have had to go through that.

Keep being YOU

Have a great day

Jennifer
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whitneyfoste Premium
I agree some people are getting out of hand with this "comment approval" thing. I had the same thing happen to me a few weeks ago and I haven't used SiteComments since. It's just another way for someone to feel better about themselves by putting others down. I say, if you get a comment you don't like, just don't use it. No need for a formal approval process because there are those that will abuse it.

P.S. Not to mention it's a slap in the face to someone who put a lot of work and thought into writing it and getting nothing in return.
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spurway Premium
Hi Dave
I have stopped a long time to give comments on sites it is a waste from my time. If I want comments I buy them or get them organically.

Unfortunately, there are a lot of members here who want the comments be perfect. It makes a site artificial if the comments have the same structure. After all, it is a Website and people have different styles to answer.

Don't get annoyed about this life is too short.
Every day we create Miracles in our lives.

Cheers
Sylvia
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SimoninAsia Premium
Hey Dave, I know I usually just gobble up your comments with no sign of gratitude so I guess now is the time to come out of the closet and say:

You are my favourite commenter of all time!

Seriously, you go above and beyond every. single. time.

Don't let the bar stewards get you down mate! :)
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dominic16 Premium
Problem is, if you trim it down to the first and last paragraph, the SiteComments Uniqueness filter won't accept it. It seems that the trend now is to post longer comments in order to get past the filter.

Now I don't know the whole story of your disappointment here, but yes, I once came across one website who disapproved my comment as well. And it wasn't a good feeling to have.
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DaveSw Premium
Hello Dominic...

Yes, you are right, I see some comments that are extremely brief, I guess 50 words is a minimum, but I cannot even say hello in 50 words sometimes haha...

Okay, maybe an exaggeration, but I do like to flesh out my comments into more than a couple of sentences so more chances are there to refer to keywords and phrases that are found within the post...

I do not mind disapproval if it is for legitimate reasons...That will happen, we are not perfect (I made a mistake once - KIDDING - I have made more than my share!)...

So I know we all make mistakes...This is how we learn from them...Call them out and discuss, and fix...It is not hard normally...

There are some mistakes you can't walk back or fix - this is not one like that. It is a simple matter of learning and moving on...

In my case, I learned about another author who I will not waste my precious time and effort on making a comment...

All of our time is valuable and we only have so much of it. When someone cavalierly throws yours away, the first time is on them, the next is on yourself...

Anyway...I appreciate your input on this...A small matter, but if 3 such comments are wasting my time due to disapproval, that is 1 hour of my life...

I figure my hourly rate for my work to be at least $125 these days (that is the goal because I am old now, in the old days I expected more than that!) so that is $125 I am not earning somewhere else!

Cheers!
Dave : )
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Total wrong attitude and it shows! That person could have given you a chance to "fix" it by contacting you instead of dropping the axe! I agree with others below - I hope that person finds this post and is shamed by it. This kind of stuff is totally uncalled-for. It is pure arrogance and be as it may - the attitude will destroy any long-term success of this one.
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DaveSw Premium
Hi Daniel...

Thanks for the insight, I think you are dead on....This is probably happening more than we know, as most do not call it out...But it needs to be called out...

Take care and I dropped another note below to you too, it is great to see you again, it is like a coming home party for me, so many valued people I am fortunate enough to know - you are one!

Cheers!
Dave : )
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I'm not around near as much as I used to be. I have been very busy and not the time anymore to be here so much. Well, that's a good thing :)

I got socked with a similar situation where I left a long comment. It was simply said, "Not what I'm looking for!" It was about the online AudioBooks website and I did mention not having a good experience with it. All I did was fiddle with trying to get my free book to play and when I did this about three times, I suddenly got banned for "suspicious activity."

Instead of advising me he didn't want any negative (but truthful accounts of the website) boom! his denial became the first black mark in my WA Comments account.

The thing of it is, it's more unnatural if comments DON'T contain some opposing viewpoint. Even so...

Think about eBay for a bit...

At one time, a neutral feedback was just that. Now it's a demerit on par with a negative feedback. You left what you thought was right for the occasion, and for apparent good reason, but it was always a good idea to try to work things out first with the person you are doing business with.

People become too slap happy with shooting first and then asking questions. eBay has a pop-up that comes up now as soon as you select neutral or negative, advising trying to work out differences before ruining someone's business by being quick with the trigger.

It's a good idea to try to resolve things before going the final step.

That can kill a legitimate eBay business in a heartbeat if just a few people prematurely pull the trigger. It's less likely to ruin a business in here, but it surely doesn't help and enough times, from what I understand, one can lose the privilege of using the program on here. That can hurt, especially when having it done to folks who do their best to provide quality content (and lots of it, which I'd bee very welcome to get) than having it said to be a "post summary" with good delivery in the ending question!

It's just plain stupid!

I'm rootin' for ya!
Daniel
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Dhind1 Premium
I do not see the validity of the response by the SA. Their response seems contrived like they were looking for a reason to disallow your comment.
It sounds like they liked most of what you said and it was relevant to them, but just not perfect. Perfection is unachievable as we all know. I agree with your decision.
I agree with TeamIceCream, it is hard to get excited about Site Comments, the system is a good one and the results should be amazing for everyone, but like most things, it seems to be flawed, because people are involved.....
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DaveSw Premium
Hi, M8...

Overall there is a huge value in getting and responding to comments on your posts so I am glad that we have that tool to tap into...

As with any tool, there is always going to be some improvement that can be made, whether a small change or a major overhaul is required.

This comment feature is at a stage where it works pretty well and serves its intended purpose. Comments are important from my perspective so I am glad that we have the tool...

Like you say, whenever there are people involved it can cause some dissension and disruption as they cast their perspective on comments they receive...

It is when we can all discuss as we are doing that some learning or at least understanding can happen for all parties to the discussion. I think that is happening...

Cheers!
Dave : )
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DaveSw Premium
Yes, M8...

This was very similar to the disapproval from the other "super" affiliates...It seems to be some sort of malady that strikes when you start adding adjectives to your professional title...

If it is overused and MMO related people see something other than "super" too often with these top marketers the term will go the route of "guru" a much-maligned term used for more legends in their own mind in that world...

I do not think there was actual malice intended here, but most certainly a lack of critical thinking was involved.

Here's why...

The reason itself, that paragraph 2,3, and 4 where I supposedly only summarized what he was saying (using my own experiences) seemed like I was summarizing his points (ah yeah, you got that right) whereas keeping paragraph 1 and 5 would be relevant can be interpreted to mean that his own content is not relevant....

Huh????

If that is the case, why is he posting anything at all when it is not relevant?

The more you know, haha!

Cheers!
Dave : )
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Dhind1 Premium
I love it, There is indeed value in the comments and apologies if it seems that I do not think so. It is an excellent way to build out our sites.
It has been said before - "There is naught stranger than folk," and sometimes things just don't make sense.
I will continue to use the system, as I can.
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lynnsam61 Premium
Hi Dave,

The reason your comment was disproved sounds totally unacceptable. I was very happy when Kyle put the new comment approval policy in place and I could finally feel better about disapproving the many really bad comments I've received. By bad I mean not just typos but clearly hadn't read the post and had no interest in the topic. Lately they've gotten better thankfully.

Erica
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DaveSw Premium
Hello, Erica...

They seem to go in cycles for me...But all in all, it doesn't really matter, because, in my responses to the comment, I can fill in any gaps and add a bunch more too...

I think the system is working fairly well with some anomalies that can be easily addressed...But it has pointed out that there is no high ground when it comes to affiliate marketing...

You can be a super affiliate without being a super jerk, and maybe that is a good thing to have a discussion about and one where we all learn something from...

Cheers!
Dave : )
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TeamIceCream Premium
Hi Dave

Oh no, not another one!

I've seen many of your comments on blogs and WOW, every blog owner can only wish to get comments like yours, Dave!

For this exact reason I simply can't get myself to start using SiteComments. Everybody seems to have their own idea of exactly what a comment should be - as if they can choose what their organic commentors would say, eh?

I'm just glad that Kyle saw this as well, hopefully they will be able to do something about how things are measured.

Wishing you an awesome day, Dave!
Sharlee (Chocolate IceCream)
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marchanna Premium
Kinda with you here, Sharlee! I've yet to get excited about site comments.

Given that the super affiliate had that much time to respond, he could have saved a lot of time by deleting the middle paragraphs!
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TeamIceCream Premium
Hi Marc
Yes, that was my thought exactly!
Wishing you an awesome day, Marc!
Sharlee (Chocolate IceCream)
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SimoninAsia Premium
"I've seen many of your comments on blogs and WOW, every blog owner can only wish to get comments like yours, Dave! "

Is soooo true!!
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TeamIceCream Premium
Hi Simon
Thanks for confirming that I'm not the only one thinking that and appreciating Dave's effort! ;-)
Wishing you an awesome day, Simon!
Sharlee (Chocolate IceCream)
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DaveSw Premium
Hi, Sharlee...

It is quite subjective and the areas that you are asked to focus on are generic and can be interpreted in many ways...

Most of the time, I will try to find a way to make whoever comments work. It may take a bit of editing (which I have done) but unless it is totally unrelated, I will approve...

I do think that my disapproval rate is quite low for the number of comments I request...Maybe 3 or so from 1600-1700 comments I have received...

This is a huge amount of additional and fresh content on my side for the posts and it does show Google that there is an interest out there for your keywords (so it helps)...

There are several keywords and LSIs where I have captured the top two or three search results and this is in a competitive niche too. I attribute a lot of that to comments...

It would not take much to tweak the system a bit. I do not think that 'reinvent the wheel' changes are needed, as, in large part, the tool is working...

Anyway, off to the races, back to work here, lots of items on my to-do list for the day, and here I am instead of getting to my websites!

Cheers!
Dave : )
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DaveSw Premium
Thanks, Simon...

There is another positive effect from writing thorough comments in addition to how it helps the author of posts you comment on...

If I do a search for my name and a keyword (incognito), I have seen where my comment on a particular website will show up on the first page of results...

So it can help you too, as people will see your name or brand across a wide spectrum of websites. Hopefully, they will at some point want to see who you are and visit your website...

It really is a win-win to put some effort into the comments, as they will be seen and read by others in that niche. It can be as good as guest posting I think if you work it...

Maybe knowing this will also help others see the value in adding the most meat and insight to the comments they make as possible?

Cheers!
Dave : )
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DaveSw Premium
Hi, M8...

The comments really have a purpose and for me, I actually enjoy reading others' posts and seeing what the audience may be interested in and writing about.

There are lots of times I will learn new things, get some ideas, sign up for recommended services, etc. too. When I add my thoughts, I try to follow the rules, but it can and does take some effort...

It works both ways too...You get some exposure within the target audience, and your comment helps the writer get some exposure, i.e. additional information and a chance to add more themselves when they reply.

With the advent of social platforms, and the attention span going down to like 2 seconds, some will say that comments are not a good way to get your message across...

I think the opposite...The fewer people that are commenting out there clears the way for mine to get more attention, both for the authors and for me and my brand(s)...

Cheers!
Dave : )
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TeamIceCream Premium
Hi Dave

I especially enjoyed reading your comments and insights to Simon and Marc about putting your brand out there by commenting. Interesting take on it - thanks for that!

Wishing you an awesome day, Dave!
Sharlee (Chocolate IceCream)
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PMindra Premium
Stay awesome, Dave.
I wrote a small amount on my site about wealthy affiliate testimonials. and how they are being abused by as you say a few 'super affiliates.'
Not sure if we are talking about the same thing but thank you for posting.
Nice to see that you are active again after going through so much.
Kindest regards,

Paul.
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DaveSw Premium
Thanks, Paul...You stay awesome too! How is Ontario doing for you these days? I hope to get back up there soon, my niece and I have a company together in MN...

I suspect you are a Raptor fan? Congrats to them for making the NBA finals, I was glad to see that. They have so much talent and are fun to watch (not as fun as my Vikings, but yeah, fin!)...

Anyway, cheers to you and all the best!

Dave : )
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PMindra Premium
Hi, Dave.
Thank you for your response.

Congratulations to the Raptors...history is being made.

But my basketball roots go back to the days of Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, 'Pistol Pete,' Jo-Jo white, Rick Barry and the gang.

It was a different game back then. Not to say that it was not made more great by the likes of Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan.

For me, there is only one game...The NFL.

The CFL is entertaining but nothing compares to the precision of NFL.

By 'Vikings' do you mean Minnesota? They will do well again this year.

I am an Aaron Rogers Fan. Let's see what happens.

Stay in touch, and again sorry for any losses. That is simply the circle of life.

Kindest regards from up North.

Paul.
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Nkaujzeb Premium
Hi Dave long time no read. I too would love that kind of comment. 😃
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DaveSw Premium
Hi, Kelyee!

How is it going in AZ? Yes, it has been a while for sure...I come up for air every once in a while on the site, hehe...

Thanks and it just involves a little tweaking for the comment tool - it is aggravating, but overall, that is a very useful feature for us all and I am glad we have it...

I do hope things are going well for you and have you adjusted to being an empty nester? It was quite a change for us when our girls moved on to college and life (but not a bad thing)...

Cheers!
Dave : )
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Nkaujzeb Premium
LOL guess I wrote too soon... She's moving back next month. Her words were. "Mom, adulting is too hard ever since I moved out I can't seem to have any money. What would you say...if um..." And at this point, I knew what she was going to say. Lol

"I...move... back?"

It was fun while it lasted. 😂
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DaveSw Premium
I figure they do this about 4x haha! My girls did this also...I even bought a house in Florida so my oldest could explore the American side of her heritage...She moved back to Germany within 4 months!!! Enjoy them, at some point, it will truly be the two of you!

:)
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Nkaujzeb Premium
Haha, I guess that's what I'll be looking forward to for the rest of my life. It's alright they keep you on your toes. You have a great day Dave. 😃
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otikoroASH Premium
I would LOVE to have a huge comment like yours on my website! That persons loss!
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DaveSw Premium
Hi, Otikoro!

Bring it on, I am ready to write my heart out hehe! Thanks for stopping by and appreciate your thoughts...Have a super day!

Cheers!
Dave : )
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ShihTzuSteve Premium
Good for you, Dave!
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DaveSw Premium
How are things going for you and the dogs? Appreciate you stopping by, M8! Enjoy the sun, where you are at is a beautiful place!

Cheers!
Dave : )
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ShihTzuSteve Premium
This is Bruno right now. Charlie is sleeping just below, out of shot.
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BobRoman Premium
Super Affiliate? Doubtful!

True Super Affiliate will never disapprove 5 paragraph thorough comment.

Keep up your great work!

Wish you great success!

Bob
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DaveSw Premium
Hi, Bob...

Good to meet you, first of all...Secondly I have followed you....Third, thanks for the feedback and kind words...Lastly, I wish you also a great success!

Cheers!
Dave : )
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LauraFuller Premium
Dave, You give the best comments I have had to date. It always amazes me how much knowledge you have. Keep up the great work. I for one love what you do.

Laura
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DaveSw Premium
Why thank you, Laura...I really so try to add something of value and I do tend to go on a bit...

It comes from being a Sergeant Major and everyone having to listen to me when I got on a soapbox hehe!

Everyone was so glad when I finally retired! ;)

Cheers!
Dave : )
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laparra1 Premium
Good evening Dave,

You make good and long comments. I have them on my posts and I am happy about that.

Quite often I do make a little change here or there as I do not like to disapprove when I can see people make a real effort.

I hope you can take this episode with a grain of salt, it should not ruin your day.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
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DaveSw Premium
Hi Taetske...

Thanks and this got Kyle's attention so let's see if the system can be tweaked a bit, or at least maybe all people reviewing comments for approval will think through why they cannot accept a comment.

It does happen that someone can be way off base. I had one disapproved a long time ago because the subject and even the content could be interpreted a couple of ways...

My comment was not related to what the author wanted to focus on, so although it was a good comment (I thought) it was really not relevant to what he was looking for...

That one I could see the sense in disapproving. All the others, not really...Tool long, sounds unnatural, reciting what is in the post but not related, etc. Huh? :)

Greetings to you from the heat of Dubai - It hot well over 40 C here today...Summer is here...Ooof...

Cheers!
Dave : )
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TeamIceCream Premium
Hi Dave

> My comment was not related to what the author wanted
> to focus on, so although it was a good comment (I thought)
> it was really not relevant to what he was looking for...

I'm just wondering whether if an Organic Visitor who read that post, would have interpreted it the same as you, or not?

A few times I have seen clearly organic comments (they stand out like sore thumbs compared to WA comments) where the commenter clearly was referring to another blogpost and their comment was totally irrelevant to the blog on which they commented. YET, it was approved for no other reason than it being an organic comment.

Your comment couldn't have been that far off topic, that it would not at all have contributed to the LSI Keywords, and if it was, then maybe Organic Visitors could misunderstand / misinterpret the post as well - which means that the Writer didn't clarify or given enough details in the post.

Example: The other night I commented organically on somebody's post and thought a picture that was referred to, was missing. Turns out that the way it was worded was a bit confusing, but the Person was gracious and said "Oops, if that is what you thought, others may think the same, so I have reworded it to make it clear." None of us are perfect and nobody ever will be.

Anyway, just my 2c again. ;-)

Wishing you an awesome day, Dave!
Sharlee (Chocolate IceCream)
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laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Dave,

Some time ago I had somebody who had commented on various posts and I saw always the same structure and words were being used. I started changing some words.

I left a comment on somebody's post and saw this person had left a comment the same as on my posts. By the next time, I got a comment again from this person and it was the same thing all over again I did not accept it anymore.

The other time was very strange. I had received my first very nice comment and I replied. A new person commented and it was a copy/paste of that first comment. That one I also refused.

Let us see if they can fine tune the system, still, I think it is doing quite a good job.

Here, in the south, we had already 30C but today will be a pleasant 25C. How is humidity in Dubai? I hope dry. Normally we have 50%, not too bad.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
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DaveSw Premium
That is some strange things you have picked up, but maybe it goes back to a 'cut and paste' mentality to get a maximum number of comments posted...

I do know that I have to take breaks if I try to do too many in a row without a pause. If you really put effort into them, it requires some effort...

The humidity and temps here in Dubai have been merciful for the most part until this week... We just went to 105F then 103 F with the humidty way up there (sticky up there)...

But, prior to this week, it has been in the balmy 90s and what made that seem nice was almost no humidity so no complaints, we have been lucky...

Now for the next 4 months, we are going to catch it! :)

TC! : )
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laparra1 Premium
Stay cool Dave, WA and temperature wise.

All the best, Taetske
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neilc Premium
I've definitely had no problems with your comments, Dave! Every one gets approved.

You're one of the very few here who always leaves in-depth comments on my site. I'd say you're on par with JeffWA lol.

So a HUGE thanks :-)
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DaveSw Premium
Thanks to you as well for the kind words! : )
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neilc Premium
No problemo!
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AkshaySaxena Premium
I don't understand the logic of disapproval, at all.
Even if somebody totally dislike any comment, it's better to delete it in WordPress. Or, editing is the best idea.
I'm happy to have your comments on some of my posts, they are very well detailed and thorough.
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DaveSw Premium
Thanks, M8! :)
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Kyle Premium
Sorry to hear this Dave, sounds like you have caught this person on a bad day. It should have been approved it sounds, and edited slightly and simply responded to. If you want to PM me this users username, I will investigate here.

Seems like a strange disapproval.
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DaveSw Premium
Thanks, Kyle...I would hope the author of the website will see this...The logic just didn't pass muster on this...Since there is no check on disapprovals, I have seen this happen more than once...

I do know that an additional step of reviewing disapprovals of comments would be burdensome and is not a serious enough problem to warrant such a step...

Perhaps tracking of people's disapproval rates and at a certain point having a trigger to look into it might suffice. This automates the process and does not task your team.

I will PM you the name, but I can say that in general, it is chiefly the super affiliates here for some reason who are very particular about what they approve and disapprove, at least it has been for me...

Perhaps it is not even intentional, they have a high standard and high expectations (if a bit murky as to what they might be) which is a part of who they are (and why they push themselves to attain that status)...

It might just be a case of bringing it up and discussing it with them, and through osmosis, it will sink in that a bit of common sense and EQ will guide them for use of the comment tool...

I am quite sure that they do not have that same high expectation for a potential referral, they could write eight words and get approved (i.e. "I signed up with Wealthy Affiliate under you!")...

I do love that tool and for the most part, it works well. I think it adds a huge boost to SEO in that you can reply to ANY comment almost if it has anything remotely to do with the post subject.

When I reply, I generally write more than the comment just for that reason. I can add a lot of content that is relevant and it does help in the search engines results...

Anyway...See how I go on and on, haha! :)

Cheers!
Dave : )
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Bravo all the way!
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skmorrow Premium
I have had similar experiences and I often will pass on leaving comments on some sites that I know are owned by super affiliates.
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TeamIceCream Premium
Hi Kyle

It would be awesome if Commenters have the ability to "Challenge / Appeal a Disapproval".

At this stage the system appears to be fairly one-sided, in that:

• Commenters are penalized for choosing not to comment (skipping a comment when feeling that they can't contribute to the post - which often leads to them going ahead and commenting in order to avoid the penalty, which leads to a disapproved comment in anyway - a catch 22, isn't it?)

• Commenters are penalized for disapproved comments (getting suspended).

However, Requesters are not penalized for the amount of disapprovals. At this time disapproved comments are a HUGE factor why many people don't use SiteComments, since many on here has expressed that they feel comments are rejected for superfluous reasons.

We are all in agreement that the Requesters do pay for the comments they receive, but in the same vein, the "pay" that Commenters receive is usually far less than the time they spend on reading the post and typing the comment. Many here will agree that most Commenters spend more time than what the compensation is worth.

Generally speaking, commenting is not done for the compensation, but rather in the true spirit of helping each other, and for the help received (of course). ;-)

(I'm aware that SOME may do it for the tiny compensation, but I would presume that they are in the minority, and if their comments are really of sub-standard quality, the disapproval system will take care of that.)

PROPOSAL: ;-)
1) How about allowing a Commenter to "Challenge a Disapproval" and let somebody objectively review whether the disapproval was really justified or not? (Yes, it will initially create a bit of extra work, but I would bet that it would soon stabilize as soon as everybody learns the ropes.)

2) And just like Commenters has a limit on disapproved comments before getting suspended, why can't Requesters not have a limit on disapprovals and be suspended either? Thus penalize Requesters for disapproved comments that was challenged and found to have been disapproved unjustified. That should eliminate rejections for superfluous reasons.

The idea behind SiteComments are to get "good comments", not "perfect comments", right? We all know "perfect" doesn't exist.

We can't choose the quality of Organic Comments and when visiting a website, it is often clear as daylight which comments were truly organic, and which comments came from WA, since the WA comments are SO FAR ABOVE the average organic comment, that it almost looks unnatural!

So, are we to reject "good" organic comments, just because they are not "perfect", also? Or course not!

Just my 2c worth! ;-)

Kyle, what you and Carson have created here at WA is amazing and we are extremely grateful for that - thank you! This is just a few teething problems... ;-)

Wishing you an awesome day, Kyle!
Sharlee (Chocolate IceCream)
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