How to re-engage your readers with approved comment notifications

Last Update: February 19, 2019

I've already published a few tutorials about various "tricks" that can help you to efficiently leverage and improve the Wordpress commenting system ...

In case that you haven't seen them yet, here they are again:

How to skyrocket your conversion rate with a simple comment hack

How to efficiently improve the user engagement level with a simple comment hack

How to block comment spam in wordpress with nocaptcha

How to display the top commenters in your Wordpress sidebar

Obviously, each tutorial has a different topic, but the main "message" is the same: the Wordpress commenting system is one of the most efficient ways to generate user engagement ... I can tell you from my own experience that a consistent comment moderation mixed with a few simple comment hacks can generate incredible results on long term ...

BUT! Getting one-time interactions isn't enough!

The ultimate goal is to start a "conversation" ... In other words, you need to find a way to re-engage your commentators. As long as you can ...

But, there is a small problem ... When a user has left a comment on your post, they have no way of finding out whether you have approved their comment ... By default, they won't receive any notifications ...

The point: you need to implement a comment approval notification system that will help you to bring them back to your site!

So, I've decided to create this short tutorial where I will show you how easy is to continuously re-engage your readers with approved comment notifications.

Interested?

Here it is:

How to re-engage your readers with approved comment notifications

Enjoy it!

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Terand Premium
Thank you for sharing, Zed! 👍👌😉
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smartketeer Premium
Thanks for the time Terand!
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Terand Premium
You are most welcome, my friend 👌👍😉
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Babou3 Premium
Thanks for this helpful post as always.
Ingrid
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smartketeer Premium
Thank YOU!
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marchanna Premium
This looks useful as I just saw a report that the correlation between site comments and new inbound links is practically zero. The correlation between post views and back links is close to 0.4. Obviously correlation is not causality but if dealing with these comments yields little results, then...
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smartketeer Premium
Once again, you are right Marc :)
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lesabre Premium
Thanks for the share Zed
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smartketeer Premium
Thank YOU!
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gaxiolapaul Premium
This is awesome! I'm definitely going to implement on my site, thanks :)
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smartketeer Premium
Thanks for the time Paul!
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