July 30, 2014

Should you count “number of comments” as part of your blogging currency?

Posted by: of BlogWrite for CEOs on 02/16/06

Yes and no. Many blog entries just don’t elicit a response, even if it’s a popular or well-read blog. But sometimes a blog entry hits a nerve and it’s like uncorking a geyser.

That’s what’s happening today over on Steve Rubel’s Micro Persuasion blog where he’s announced that he’s moving to Edelman as a Senior VP. 42 comments and counting (“hey, congrats!” and “you da man!”) as of 2:48 PM Eastern. Hey, Steve, what’s the most comments you’ve ever gotten on one of your blog posts? We’d love to hear.

Micro Persuasion is #72 on Technorati’s Top 100 blog list.

2 comments for Should you count “number of comments” as part of your blogging currency? »

  1. This was up there, but I have had higher counts. Once I analyzed why Apple didn’t have bloggers and that scored a lot.

    Comment by Steve Rubel — February 16, 2006 @ 10:57 pm


  2. I guess this depends. But then again, I think that it would be best if the author knows how his readers react on the topic. Commenting to blogs is also one healthy way to keep the blogisphere alive. This is a different kind of communicating to your readers. Exchanging opinions will contribute to knowing more information regarding the topic discussed.

    Comment by Mary — March 27, 2006 @ 12:35 am


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