Guide to weblog comments

Lifehacker’s guide to weblog comments contains some good tips on how to become a better blog commenter.

It’s all common sense really, but every day I see people (including myself) posting comments without thinking about the guidelines in this article. Sure, for some kinds of posts it may not really matter if you stick to the rules, but in most cases doing so will make the discussion better and more productive.

Posted on September 25, 2005 in Quicklinks, Web General


  1. I’ve never been more eager to comment “First!” then now.

  2. October 1, 2005 by Roger Johansson (Author comment)

    Haha, yep, that’s a truly useful comment :-)

  3. Comments are good for communication, its better than in forum, cause forums require you to register before posting comments, and it takes time while you registering, i’m annoing with registration. Anyway, so I think comments work for users and site owner

  4. Communication through forums like this make it possible for people with excellent topics and ideas to have a voice and to contribute to the enrichment of knowledge.

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