5 Surefire Ways to Get Blog Comments Flowing to Your Content

Having a steady flow of comments on your posts is a sign of a healthy blog.

Not only will it boost your authority, blog commenters can also provide valuable feedback on how to improve your site.

To date, my blog has amassed thousands of comments from you guys — thousands more are yet to be approved.

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If you’re wondering how to get more comments on your blog, then you’ve come to the right place.


In this post, I’ll show you how to get comments on your blog and have more people talking about your brand.

But first, allow me to share the importance of an active community of commenters on your blog.

Why are Blog Comments Important?

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A lot of bloggers like to get their audience involved with their site’s growth.

I, for one, often ask questions or invite readers to leave their thoughts in the form of comments.

But aside from their ability to generate useful insights from the community, blog comments also have other long-term benefits.

  • Improved Organic Traffic – A study published by Neil Patel shows that keywords in the comments section can potentially pull in organic search traffic. They’re definitely not as potent as keywords placed in other content elements, but don’t forget that authentic comments are free.
  • Foster an Active Community – Successful blogging is more than just publishing online content. It’s also about establishing a driven community that help spread brand awareness and push your blog forward.
  • Build Your Brand’s Credibility – As I’ve mentioned before, having a ton of comments on your blog will elevate your authority in your niche. This will boost the confidence of visitors on your products, services, and value propositions in general.
  • Generate Evergreen Value – Keeping the conversation going long after the post is published can maintain the page’s relevance in the long run. That is, of course, you continue to engage comments by answering questions and exchanging ideas with readers.
  • Decide Your Next Post – In some scenarios, reader input can also be refined into topic ideas you can cover in future posts. The more comments your content gets, the more likely it is to find suggestions that can be converted into topics.

I think I’ve mentioned enough points to prove the significance of comments in blogs.

Now, you’re ready to take the steps that will invite more readers to leave comments on your posts.

Here goes…


1. Write with a Conversational Writing Tone

The number one rule to maximizing reader engagement is to write top-notch content, but that would be too obvious.

What you need is to make slight adjustments in the overall tone of your writing.

Let me explain.

By now, you should know that different bloggers have different writing styles. Some like to keep it professional and avoid colloquial speech, whereas bloggers like me write with a friendlier tone.

You can observe this in the way I write my intros.

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With a conversational tone, you’re prepping your audience not just to become readers, but as participants in two-way communication.

I’m not saying you should do a complete overhaul of your writing style. If you’re used to writing with a formal language, there’s nothing wrong with sticking to your comfort zone.

However, you may want to consider sprinkling your content with sentences directed towards your readers.

A great example would be a simple, thought-provoking question like:

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Such questions will make readers feel like they’re actually part of the conversation.

A few more tips to remember…

  • To get used to writing in second person, remember the pronouns “you,” “your,” and “yours.”
  • Read your sentences out loud to check if it sounds natural to English speakers.
  • If you’re dead set on adopting a more conversational writing style, start with contractions like “don’t” instead of “do not.”

2. Use CTAs in Your Conclusion

Speaking of addressing your readers, the “conclusion” section of your post is the perfect place to straight-up request for comments.

I’ve tried several strategies over the years I’ve been blogging. Eventually, I realized that I only needed to remember one thing: KISS.

Keep It Simple, Stupid.

You don’t always have to come up with something clever each time you write a conclusion. In numerous cases, I just openly ask readers to leave a comment.

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Will a simple CTA be enough to garner comments from readers? Sure.

But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t explore other ways to request for comments.

Asking for a follow-up on their results

If I’m feeling a bit creative, I use a call-to-action that aligns with the reader’s goal.

For example, in my post on how to do guest blogging, I encouraged readers to post about their results.

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Take note that I can be a lot more specific with my CTA. I could ask them to tell which particular strategy helped them find their first guest blogging prospect.

Here’s one more example for the road from my post on how to check website traffic.

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Asking a final question

Another way to attract blog commenters is to ask one final question by the end of your post.

It should be something that they can answer using the information you provided.

For example, in my post about the best keyword research tools, I plainly asked readers about the tool they’d choose.

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If you’re a blogger who deeply cares about the value your readers receive, this should be really easy to do. After all, you should already know what readers will accomplish with your article before you even write it.

Invite them to share their opinions

This third technique is just a slightly-altered version of candidly asking for comments on your blog.

Rather than writing something like “leave a comment below,” all you have to do is to be more specific.

In my tutorial about writing list posts, I added a one-liner that helped me get dozens of comments.

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The best thing about this approach is that it can be woven into any conclusion. You don’t need to surround it with supporting sentences — just add after your conclusion and you’re good.

3. Try Writing Listicles

There’s actually one more CTA that can convince readers to leave comments, but it requires a specific type of content.

You already know what they are — listicles.

Here’s the thing: the majority of listicles out there, even the so-called “ultimate” lists, can still be expanded. As a result, publishing them on your blog is an opportunity to get readers involved and ask them for suggestions.

I used this tactic in my post about the best Google Chrome extensions for bloggers. Take a look at the simple CTA I slid into the conclusion:

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Another benefit of listicles is the fact that it just makes content research and development a whole lot easier.

Also, bear in mind that not all listicles need a title with “Top X Tools” or “X Best Strategies.”

If you think about it, this post still contains a list of tips. Therefore, it can still be expanded in the future — with your help, of course. 🙂

4. Make Blog Commenting a Breeze

Let’s step away from content writing tips for a moment.

If you want your readers to leave comments, you must first make the experience intuitive.

For most of us bloggers, a key stepping stone is to learn how to allow comments on WordPress blog sites.

The good news is, comments are enabled by default. But if you hired someone who could’ve switched off comments during the early development phase, you must enable it manually.

To do this, log in to your WordPress dashboard and click on ‘Settings.’ From the sub-menu, click ‘Discussion.’

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On the “Default article settings” row, enable ‘Allow people to post comments on new articles.’ That should do it!

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While you’re there, don’t hesitate to tweak the rest of the settings to your liking.

For example, the ‘Attempt to notify any blogs linked to from the article’ alerts sites you’ve mentioned and linked to. This can be beneficial for relationship building.

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The ‘Allow link notifications from other blogs’ settings, on the other hand, notifies you whenever you’re mentioned in other sites. You may enable this setting in

However, since spammers use trackbacks and pingbacks, plenty of bloggers disable link notifications from other sites. At the very least, you should enable ‘Attempt to notify any blogs linked to from the article’ since you have pretty much nothing to lose.

Managing how your site handles comments

You can also configure the way your site handles new comments on the “Other comment settings” section.

As the first line of defense against spammers, consider enabling ‘Comment author must fill out name and email.’

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For the rest of the settings, below is a list of guidelines to help you determine how to use them:

  • Users must be registered and logged in to comment — Enabling this option adds a sense of exclusivity to your subscription list, which can accelerate lead generation. But for new blogs, it only adds unnecessary friction to the commenting experience.
  • Automatically close comments on articles older than X days — I’d stay away from this setting since it takes away the potential evergreen value of your content. As the name implies, it disables comments on posts once they reach a certain age.
  • Show comments cookies opt-in checkbox, allowing comment author cookies to be set — For GDPR or General Data Protection Regulation compliance, enable this setting to notify commenters that their information will be recorded. This will also allow them to leave comments in other posts without entering their information each time.
  • Enable threaded (nested) comments — Enabling this option makes more intensive discussions on your blog more usable. If disabled, responses will be added as a new comment rather than being organized in a unified thread.
  • Break comments into pages with X top level comments per page — I mentioned this feature in my post on how to reduce blog page load time. Enable this to set the maximum number of comments that can be simultaneously shown on your blog.

You should also see a bunch of other options on the “Discussion Settings” page. Stuff like getting notifications via email and such can be useful if you want to actively engage comments.

For now, let’s look at other ways to make the commenting experience great.

Integrating a third-party comment system

Although content management systems like WordPress already have a built-in comment system, some bloggers still resort to third-party apps.

Disqus, for one, is a popular comment system that a large number of sites use nowadays. It spices up the user experience with real-time updates and rich media like GIFs and image uploads.

Here’s a look at Disqus in action:

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To use Disqus on your blog, you must create an account and choose ‘I want to install Disqus on my site.’

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The next steps involve specifying your website’s name and category.

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Next, you will be asked to choose either a free or paid subscription. You’ll also be required to specify the platform your site is built on.

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As you may have expected, the succeeding steps depend on your site’s platform. Just follow the on-screen instructions or watch the tutorial video to complete the installation.

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If your blog is built with WordPress, the installation of Disqus includes the use of a plugin.

That reminds me…

For WordPress-powered blogs, I recommend you check out WP Facebook Comments.

It’s a neat, lightweight plugin that will allow your readers to leave comments using their Facebook accounts.

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The integration with Facebook also comes with a few perks.

For instance, blog commenters can choose to share their comments on their profiles — thus, contributing to your social presence. The plugin also natively supports multiple languages and photo uploads, just like the comment system on Facebook itself.

5. Make the Comments Section More Visible

Let’s say your blog checks all the boxes when it comes to content quality and comment system usefulness.

You finally get readers intrigued enough to leave a comment — but there’s one problem:

Your blog’s comment section is buried at the very bottom of the page.

This is especially problematic for bloggers like me who write lengthy posts. Fortunately, there’s a quick workaround for this issue.

If you’re using WordPress, I’ll show you a nifty little trick that will make your comments section more accessible.

Ready? Here it is:

Create a hyperlink to “#commentform.”

Easy, right?

Suppose you want to create a link to your comments section using the anchor text “Click here.”

On WordPress, just type in the words, highlight it, and click the ‘Insert/edit link’ button.

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On the pop-up URL field, simply enter “#commentform” and click ‘Apply.’ That’s it — you now have a functioning link that brings users directly to the comments!

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In addition to this trick, there are a few other things you can do to improve the visibility of the comments section:

  • Eliminate visual clutter like ads and complicated menus.
  • Pick a clean-looking, readable font.
  • Use a minimalistic theme for your blog like GeneratePress.
  • Always be a polite, respectful, and helpful human being. J

Conclusion

I hope you enjoyed this brief but valuable guide on how to get blog comments.

You may be expecting a witty conclusion with a CTA encouraging you to leave a comment below…

Well, you’re absolutely right!

What can I say? My readers, students, and social media followers are the lifeblood of this blog.

Looking forward to hearing from you in the comments below. Over and out!

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49 thoughts on “5 Surefire Ways to Get Blog Comments Flowing to Your Content”

  1. Hello Ankit,

    Really nice Article.

    Yes, sometimes I get irritated when I don’t get good or enough feedback from readers. You write very great tips for beginner like us. I will follow these methods hope to succeed in making good blog community on my blog.

    Thanks for Sharing
    Regards
    -Avinash

  2. Hi Ankit,

    Your 8 points on building a comment community are awesome, this is a good tutorial that will benefits every blogger who desires success. Let me add here that we must know the reason for which we are building this community; comments alone in our blog does not fetch us the money we desire with our blog. We must therefore, be focused in what we need per-time.

  3. Hi Ankit

    I appreciate your doing extensive research for writing this post as it is evinced from the several unique points mentioned in this post.

    I think blog commenting has completely changed its shape after lot of changes in SEO. Earlier it was mostly done to get back links but now it has multiple objectives of:

    1) Reading a full post to remember it and develop your own point of view. As a result you learn a lot and become an expert blogger.

    2) To take part in a heated debate going on in comments section of a blog post to get confidence of taking part in real life debate and become virtually confident both offline and online.

    3) To read others point of view before expressing your own. If you don’t then your comments will give an impression as you simply meant to drop your comments over there and nothing else.

    4) To introduce yourself with the blog community of a given blog by sharing your views on a topic which they just discussed in their comments

    5) To attention of pro bloggers and influencer by mentioning an important point that adds value in a given post

    6) To be connected with those who and you think on same line on a given topic

    7) To debate more with those who differ with your point of view and ultimately you be connected with them despite being differing with each other as this is one of the beauties of blogging that difference of opinion opens new door of learning here.

    8) By commenting consistently you prove you are a serious blogger and have long term blogging plan.

    9) To improve your writing skills by writing more and more while commenting

    10) To develop patience in you of listening to others point of view and equally respecting them

    So this is pack of objectives for that people do blog commenting apart from just getting back links which may also help but now that is not as much important as it was considered previously. So the entire commenting style has changed now.

    It is not necessary to drop lengthy comments. Yes it is must to give relevant and value adding comments either they are just one sentence short or several sentences long. The ultimate aim should be to add value in the post and tell the writer how wonderful he done his job by writing the post and how you benefitted it and then say something more to prove how engaging that post is.

    Yes, the product of Adrienne is more than wonderful. I am declaring a secret here also which I have declared several at some other places. If someone is not getting even single comment at his each blog post he can several quite easily. Her product teaches practically how one can get several comments at his each blog post. The most impressive part of her product is exercises. She does not leave the user after teaching on a sub topic of how to build a community. She has given exercises to make the reader expert of each chapter of the course.

    Thanks a lot for sharing such an engaging post that influenced me to talk to you and your blog community in such a detail.

  4. Hello Ankit,
    This was a real guide to getting comments on your blog and that too relevant and real ones. How much had I wondered how to get comments from those visitors who did not even bother to share a post.
    For me I did the “you scratch my back and I will scratch yours” thing. I commented on other blogs and eventually they appreciated my presence and commented back.

    Again, this is a good strategy “using a CTA or a question in the conclusion”. This was what most fail to ytilise. The time when your reader is satisfied with what you have written and at that time you ask him your opinion, definitely he now has time to write one.

    Great strategies I must say.
    Merry Christmas 🙂

  5. Hi Ankit,

    Speaking overall, it is a great one! As we all are stepping into 2015, maintaining a great number of blog comments is becoming difficult as ever and since you’re the relationship star of Indian blogging, your techniques to make great sense and value. All of your points are really of great use, especially the #6 one! I would just like to tell you some more things; posts about your personal online experience like “How I improved my blog traffic”, or “How I doubled my earnings” do increase comments like hell! And another thing, you should edit the word Comments in your featured image.

    Regards,
    Divyansh

  6. Hi Friend,

    i really liked this article soon i will be sharing it on my facebook profile.
    You did with your level best and I advise you being my colleague to take every comment and suggestion especially the critical one very patiently and with open heart. When you try such strictly monitored topics you equally receive criticism so just receive it and take all the positive points from it.
    thanking you
    Keep up your good work!
    Have a good day
    Akshay Naik

  7. Hi Ankit,

    Awesome tips bro. Will try to implement it. I am glad you recommend Adrienne’s product. It is a wonderful product indeed.

    Umapathy

  8. Hi Ankit,

    I always get irritated when I saw there is no comment on my post. Comments give me pleasure that I am able to help someone which indirectly help me to get motivated.

    This post is very helpful to get comment for any blog post. All the points are really awesome and I will surely follow them.

    The comment related plugin that you suggested is also sounding good and I am going to try one of them

    Thanks and Regard
    -Pabitra

  9. Hi Ankit,

    This is a very helpful post for me as I don’t get much comments in my blog. I am following some basic things like CTA and blog commenting and yes my blog’s design is user-friendly but still I am not getting more comments.

    Now I am going to follow the tips you shared above and see if it helps. Also, that SEO plugin sounds good. I’ll defintely try it.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Regards,
    Fatima

  10. Wow! A beautifully written article bro! I am from New Delhi too and I am an open-source electronics and software developer. The content laid out by you is truly marvelous.

    Keep up the good work and a very Happy New Year!

  11. Hey Ankit,
    Superb post. I’ve been using some of the tips that you’ve mentioned here. After every post I always ask question to readers and the turn out is very amazing.
    I do agree with you. Blog design play an important role to grab attention of readers towards comments.

    I gonna follow more tips that you’ve mentioned.

    Thanks for writing a lovely post!

  12. Awesome post Ankit 🙂

    Blog comments are more important which make our blog live forever. Yes, I’d like to get more comments for my blog posts. As you said, I spend quality time to craft my blog posts and always ask some questions to my visitors. I inspire them to engage with my post and show my gratitude through my reply comments.

    I agree with your every point to get more comments and yes, list posts do magic when compared to normal posts. Your tips and tools are very useful to grab the attention of the readers and encourage them to leave their views in comment section.

    Thanks for presenting this awesome post for us, keep writing 🙂

  13. Thanks a lot. Soon I am going to switch up to WordPress from Blogger platform for my new site. I was in hope to find such a useful content your shared with me. 🙂 Now I can engage people more integratively for their best response possible.

    Regards
    Mrityunjay

  14. Hey Ankit,

    Building an blog community is very essential now a days as google is killing most of the blogs by its new panda and penguin update and for survival of blog one need to drive traffic. So blogging community also drive traffic as well as Comments sometime it also increase your Social Shares as well.
    As you said in the post adding proper commenting system like CommentLuv which offer reward in terms of backlink which make readers to drop a comment.

    Thanks for sharing
    Regards
    Suprabhat

  15. CommentLuv encourages readers to post comments because of the associated benefits. It is really a helpful plugin which helps in building a community around your blog. That is how most of the bloggers exchange comments with each other which ultimately forms a community.

    Thanks for the other tips. Specially the cook a controversy.

  16. Hi Ankit,

    Interesting point you have covered in this blog and I am agreed to you points. you have added the fresh points in you blog which gives new direction.

    Nice blog.

    Thanks
    Shailendra

  17. Make a blog community is the greatest way to increase blog traffic

  18. Hi Ankit,

    I think all your tips here are good. I’d like to add just one more thing that I think will help. Let your audience know more about you. Include that on your blog and in your posts. When people read your post you want them to make that instant connection. It might be that they can relate to something you shared or you learned how to do something a particular way and that’s exactly what they needed to know. When they get the opportunity to feel like they know you to some extent that can only help you with forming a relationship with them in the future. They’ll be more eager to return to your blog time and time again if they not only enjoy what you’re sharing but feel like they are getting to know you as well.

    Hope that helped and thanks again for the lessons. It’s always greatly appreciated. You enjoy your weekend.

    ~Adrienne

  19. Hello Ankit.. Great content! I can see you have got sooooooo many comments. This is the proof of what you have just said. Thanks for sharing.

  20. Hi Ankit,

    I am fully agreed with first two points of this post. To get comments on blog post we can raise a question at the end of the post and also the the content should add value to the readers so that they engaging in the post.

    Thanks a lot for this awesome post

  21. Hi Ankit 🙂

    It is really Great Stuff. I am also a blogger, I really wanted to know the feedback of my readers. For that comments are the only source. But When I work hard for hours and produce an article but if i wont receive any comments I feel like pissed off.Comments are way of energy for a writer/blogger.

    So I do drop comments for every article I read.

    By the way you wrote awesome and it is really good to be one of your reader and also comment’er.

    Thanks for everything.

  22. Hi Ankit,
    This was an article which gave answers to all my question i was frustrated in not getting enough comments and feedbacks even after improving the content quality.
    Thanks a lot

  23. Hey Ankit,

    Great collection of tips for getting blog comments.

    But simply getting blog comments is not important you must engage with your readers. You should reply to their comments, answer their questions and best of all give them valuable information.

  24. Hi Ankit,

    Got to agree with Ankit on this. Blog commenting is a great way to engage with people, and that is what the comment section is ultimately for. I know people get a golden, albeit weak backlink but the main reason should be to add thought to the conversation. I hate the names such as “cheap latops” etc, I think my personal favourite I once had was something like “german hoover supplies” – I mean come on. Do you think I am going to accept a comment with a name like that…….

    Thank god for the various plugins now available that help wiith this now.

    Regards,
    Ovais Mirza

  25. Hay Ankit..!!

    I just hit your blog now. Its really has awesome contents. It is one of the most popular blog in the country (By alexa Rank 938) . Will regularly checks new posts..!!

    Keep Going..!!

    Thank you.

  26. Hi Ankit,
    Thanks a lot for sharing this guide with us.
    There are many blogger including me who are struggling for engagement on their blogs but always fail to get.
    Actually they did not figure out where they are wrong.
    In this post you have make a clear point to where we are wrong. In my case, I am using blogger platform, and cant use any plugin as you mention. But Inspite of this, I am getting an average amount of comments on my blog post.
    I am following all the ways you describe in the post.
    Sharing tips and trick and interacting with your commentator encourage them to come back to your blog.
    All the tips are awesome.
    Again a big thanks,
    Naveen

  27. Hi Ankit,

    This is epic! At the end, no matter what, it is content which gets sell. Controversies does attract people, I must agree on that.

    Reality shows can thrive on controversies but blogs cannot always look for cooking up controversies. Tho sometimes it is alright and they must be planned more strategically.

    I use Disqus and it is the BEST because the moderation panel is very carefully planned. Further, as you mentioned, it allows logging in using Google, Twitter, Facebook and Disqus account.

    Thanks for sharing. 🙂

    P.S. I guess it is “Bigg Boss”, ‘Bigg’ with a double ‘g’.

  28. Hai Ankit!

    The article is helpful and worth reading. Thanks for the tips. Your blog always made a positive difference in my blogging journey. 🙂

    Regards,
    Rehan.

  29. Hello Ankit , the post is amazing to see and I can say that you have covered almost every point to get comments to the blog. I’m pleased to read all those tips and from now onwards I should implement those tips in my blog. Thank you very much for sharing such a wonderful article…

    • Glad, you liked the article.

      Do let me know if you know any other strategy or technique to increase comments on a blog.

  30. Good list of tips for getting more engagement on blog posts. I’ve always found that asking a question at the end or offering some sort of freebie gets the most comments on my blog.

    • We all like freebies, and questions at the end of the article is a weapon to start conversation. It increases total number of blog comments.
      Thanks for your comment 🙂

  31. Thanks, Ankit for sharing your valuable ways to get comments. I think just publishing is not a way to get comments. We need to promote our blog to get comment for our published content. Every blog needs a different strategy to search for readers and social media is just one way.

    • One more thing you should do is leave meaningful comments on others’ blog. They will more likely to do the same for you.

  32. Hey Ankit,
    These are all actionable tips I must say. It only comes from an expert

    I’m just from Mi’s blog where he shared important points on this same subject. Like Adrienne, let me add this…

    Commenting on other blogs can help you get more comments too. Given that so many bloggers reciprocate, once you drop a comment on their blogs, they will be around to reciprocate. That means you get more comments by commenting on other blogs.

    Recently, I have been so busy on my apps and offline stuffs. This reduced my blogging and commenting activities and let to a drop of comments on my blog. That means the more you comment on other blogs, the more comments you get.

    Thanks for discussing this topic bro

    • Hello Enstine,

      Thanks for sharing your views here. Definitely, we should comment on others’ blogs and they will more likely to reciprocate.

      Your comment here is also a result of my comment on Mi Muba’s blog. If I’m not wrong.

      Glad to hear from you.

  33. Getting comments on a blog is part of what is in a blogger’s Wishlist. In my own opinion, one of what can easily attract comment is the type of comment box. Is it easier to comment or a pain in the neck ‘n’ thumb before a reader could?
    I also tried to install disqus on my blog which is on the blogger platform but its not working(am not sure if am the one doing it in the wrong way or disqus is just not working for blogger blog).

  34. Thanks Ankit for sharing your valuable ways to get comments. Blog commenting is a great way to engage with people, and that is what the comment section is ultimately for. But simply getting blog comments is not important you must engage with your readers. You should reply to their comments, answer their questions and best of all give them valuable information.

    • Agree with your words, Tom.

      Starting a conversation in comment section is also a great way to build readers’ trust and blog engagement.

      Readers are the only ones who support our blog. So, giving them importance is must.

      Thanks for your comment and I appreciate your presence here.

  35. This is a very good post .Thanks for letting us know some good tips . I like your many articles it will help not only me and also many newbie and pro bloggers. ☻

  36. Hi Ankit, valuable piece of information here. You should consider adding social sharing buttons on your mobile site. No, I’m not a bot. 🙂

  37. @Ankit Singla

    i am regular reader of your blog I read many post of your blog your post is very nice.

  38. Hi Ankit sir! This one is awesome guide to get more comment on blog post. You have mentioned all the best tips to get comments to blog. I am sure that after applying all these tips on my blog, I will also get more comments, and that will be very helpful for me.
    One question to you sir.. is a comment or comments effects on ranking?? I mean it increase ranking in search engines??

  39. Hi Ankit,
    Definitely these are actionable tips to get more comment on blog.
    Yes. we need to engage our blog readers by providing valuable content. And encourage them to make comment on our blog. It is also a good idea to reward them for commenting on blog. I always try to be positive with my blog commentators and thus way i think increasing more comment on my blog too.

    Anyway, very informative article you shared with us. Keep it up.

    Have a nice day!

  40. I am following you from 2015 and found Another Well explained article. Thank you for sharing.

  41. This is a very helpful post for me as I don’t get many comments on my blog. I am following some basic things like CTA and blog commenting and yes my blog’s design is user-friendly but still I am not getting more comments.

  42. Getting more comments have helped me rank the content many times. Comments should not be deindexed. So, the steps that you have mentioned, if followed correctly will get us great results.

  43. This is a very good post .Thanks for letting us know some good tips . I like your many articles it will help not only me and also many newbie and pro bloggers.

  44. Hello Ankit,
    Really appreciate your blog and points mentioned above.I personally faced many comments those are irrelevant and Spammy in my blog. So regular moderation is needed.These are superb techniques to avoid unnecessary comments.
    Thanks.

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