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  1. Eric Cantu says:

    I absolutely agree with the importance of interacting through comments. I’ve read articles before I thought were interesting, until I saw zero comments. It started to make me think I was missing something and moved on.

    My current site puts the comment box after the comments and I was wondering about your point about placing it on top. Have you seen any real difference in results either way?

    Great points. Nicely written. And here’s your comment 🙂

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thanks Eric. No, I haven’t tested placing my comment box on top but it’s something I’ve been meaning to try. Once I do, I’ll report back on whether it made a difference!

  2. Hi Stephan,

    Really great thought provoking post, thank you. I have used Wealthy Affiliate to generate comments and find it the most effective way of getting quality comments on my site by far. I must admit though, I have been guilty of finishing my articles with ‘leave a comment’ rather than open questions – I’ll be sure to take on some of your great advice moving forward.



    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Sounds good, thanks Mike.

  3. Some good tips there Stephan.

    I added CommentLuv to my site, we’ll see how it goes. I hadn’t heard about that plugin, but it seems like a good way to ‘share the love’.

    Wealthy Affiliate is definitely a great way to go. The comment and feedback system at WA are fantastic features, but only because their community is so strong and helpful.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Great, thanks!

  4. thriftymom says:

    Great info! I’m sure this will help other bloggers who haven’t yet discovered this great feature of Wealthy Affiliate.

    I’ve been with Wealthy Affiliate some months now and I never find it hard to ask for comments on my website. In fact, you can get it free by commenting on other members’ websites first. This is my most favorite feature inside Wealthy Affiliate that’s why I recommend it to many people as well.

    This post is very helpful and informative, thanks for sharing it.


    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thanks Ces!

  5. Fluttered over from chronic illness bloggers. This was a very helpful post and something I’ll certainly work on implementing on my own blog.
    Wishing you a clear mind and lesser pain days ahead.

  6. great article Im new to blogging and am learning through fimp Ian the owner teacher also advises joining wealthy affiliate but i realy need to get more articles on my own site .
    I have resisted so far but I can see the advantage of that program through what you have said here.
    have continued success with your site. and remember pain is a friend who never leaves .

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