What NOT to Write in a "Site Comment"
Hope everyone is having a great Saturday.
The last time I posted anything it was about reading the whole post. Today is along the same lines but to do with the difference between "Comments" and "Feedback"
A lot has been written about what should be included and not included in "Site Comments" and Kyle has also included somte training on the subject as part of the "Site Comments" platform here at WA.
I have also written at least once on this issue but I feel the need to write again especially after the "Comment" I recieved this morning through "Site Comments".
Don't get me wrong here. I totally respect and appreciate the time and effort this person put into wanting to help me make my website better. However, I wasn't asking for "Site Feedback" I was asking for "Siite Comments" related to the post I had just written about RV tires and why they fail.
I have left the name of the person out but have a look at what he wrote. I think you will agree with me.
Congratulations on your site and your progress. Your work is engaging and I feel comfortable reading it and you come off real friendly. There's a lot of great information to offer for those interested in the wonderful world of camping. Your site is informative and helpful. I can offer three suggestions that I came across that you could consider working on.
1. Tools and Accessories - Don't offer a category that doesn't have any content. It kind of leaves the reader high and dry and wondering what's going on.
2. Watch where you put your pictures in your articles. There was weird word break up that made for a difficult reading experience along the photos. That was from an Android phone it may be different on a Mac or PC.
3. I was told that making a post a series is bad for Google and SEO searches. Google is trying to deliver the most relevant article up front first. Having multiple of the same title confuses that search. The numbers in sequence may knock it out of whack.
I had the same issues I just ended up combining them all under one post and editing them and WordPress to let the reader know there were parts. The post is over seven thousand words long but has quality and depth.
Hope these suggestions are helpful and I wish you well and success with your sight!
So, and I'm sure you will agree, this has nothing to do with the topic of my post.
I am greatful for the feedback and I will work to try and fix the things this person mentioned but that's not what I was looking for.
So, If you are fa certified "Commentor" please check this out and also read the part that says,
When providing comments, please be thorough and unique. Comments that are engaging will allow the owner (and others) to interact. The better comments you offer, the better comments you will receive! View more instructions!
especially the "View more instructions" part. It's there to help us understand the difference between the two.
Thanks for reading and feel free to share with your followers. I'm only following about 1800 members so, spread the word.