Isn`t Inviting Comments Inviting Trouble?
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It’s hard not to have high expectations. After weeks, maybe months, of crafting content you’re finally ready to take that next big step. You’re finally ready to allow your traffic to comment on your content. You think you’re going to explore a bold new world filled with communication and interaction. But instead of getting great discussion, it seems that you’re getting into trouble -- you, and your site.
When you made the decision to allow comments on your blog posts and articles, you never knew that you’d be unleashing a cavalcade of anything but friendly user interaction. There is a down side to the comments feature on any site…and for some, the cons far outweigh any benefits comments might create.
Because the Web is supposed to be a place of user interaction, it seems like a great idea, if not a necessity, to include a comments feature for your site’s content. Doesn’t this give traffic a chance to sound off, to interact, to discuss? Doesn’t this create more content and interest for your site? Isn’t inviting comments a great idea?
Inviting comments is a way to invite a whole new aspect of interaction to your site. In many ways, it’s a good thing. But in other ways, comments can be maddening as well. In some ways, comments create more trouble, more work and more hassle on your site.
When you start inviting comments on your site, do you know what else you might be inviting to your pages?
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