Wanna become a cracking commenter who is head and shoulders above all other commenters?
Good commenting really gets you noticed!
the best guide ever on how to write a good comment e-course is designed to help you succeed whenever you engage and interact online.
And it's currently available for only £27!
what you get
Here’s what you’ll learn in How to write a good comment!
This free e-course contains 18 videos divided into 3 modules of 5 videos with an introduction and a summary.
Ah, but these videos are very short, most of them are less than 5 minutes long.
And I have divided them into 3 modules so you can pick and choose which ones you'd like to watch, depending upon your needs.
Though I recommend you must watch the 5 sections of a good comment module.
You can revisit the e-course at any time to recap or move onto the next module.
Below is an outline of what is covered:
Just to set the scene and to get you in the mood...
Why you should write a good comment
We explore the reason for writing a good comment, getting noticed, making connections, showing off your expertise and creating popularity.
The importance of good commenting
We explore improving content quality, encouraging engagement, making connections and increasing traffic back to your blog.
5 sections of a good comment module
This is the main crux of the e-course. These 5 videos deliver a succinct methodology for writing a comment which sets it apart from others.
5 sections of a good comment: 1. Say hello to the person who wrote the post
We explore the psychology of introductions, the power of a name and how both these get the post's author to notice you.
5 sections of a good comment: 2. Say something nice about the post or subject
We explore showing appreciation, the impact of ingratiation and how saying more than a few words can have a better impact.
5 sections of a good comment: 3. Say something which shows you understand
We explore properly reading the post to fully understand everything, and to highlight aspects which should be mentioned within the comment.
5 sections of a good comment: 4. Say something which is valuable or helpful
We explore getting your point across, motivation, adding value, the correct frame of mind for commenting and self control.
5 sections of a good comment: 5. Say goodbye with a call to action or promise
We explore how to avoid neglecting the close your comment, wrapping everything up, declaring actions and how to appropriately sign off.
5 techniques for writing a good comment module
These videos will advance your comment writing to the next level - which you will always helpful once you get better at commenting.
5 techniques for writing a good comment: 1. Keep it simple
We explore who you are writing for, how to analyse reactions, methods to simplify your comment and how much you should write.
5 techniques for writing a good comment: 2. Share a personal experience
We explore the power of stories, showing your human side, the benefits of explaining things differently and the power of emotion.
5 techniques for writing a good comment: 3. Be curious and ask questions
We explore how questions can help find information, save your reputation, start up discussions and encourage replies.
5 techniques for writing a good comment: 4. Avoid repeating yourself
We explore checking for repetition, how to write something different, the importance of relevance and showing off your expertise.
5 techniques for writing a good comment: 5. Be the first to comment
We explore starting the ball rolling, having carte blanche in what you say, stimulating a discussion and encouraging others to leave a comment.
5 mistakes to correct when writing a good comment module
There are always things to avoid which could harm your commenting skills, and these videos highlight them for you.
5 mistakes to correct when writing a good comment: 1. Self-promoting yourself
We explore link building, building relationships, why you should delete links in posts and an acceptable method of including a link.
5 mistakes to correct when writing a good comment: 2. Dominating the commenting box
We explore having free rein in what you say, considering the post's author and the importance of being clear, concise and succinct in your comment.
5 mistakes to correct when writing a good comment: 3. Writing only what you want
We explore the practice of trolls and spammers, being mindful of what to say, respecting the post's topic and the realisation nobody is interested in you.
5 mistakes to correct when writing a good comment: 4. Not being polite or showing respect
We explore curbing your reactions, how to submit an argument, being tolerant of others and how to avoid commenting like a troll.
5 mistakes to correct when writing a good comment: 5. Not showing who you are
We explore a commenter's identity, the importance of gravatars, being transparent in your commenting and how to gain respect as a commenter.
Summary of the course
Well done for reaching this video - you might as well listen to it now that you're here...
And finally... Are you ready to write a good comment yet?
We explore the purpose of commenting, what commenting is for, focusing on quality and how you can help me by taking this course!
About Alice Elliott
Also known as the award-winning Fairy Blog Mother, Alice now focuses on promoting the benefits of interaction, engagement and commenting online.
For the past half decade she has strived to rejuvenate the power of comments through her blog The Commenting Club, which explores every facet of commenting for both individual and business use.
In her spare time, Alice likes to photograph flowers and put them on Instagram, and go walking in the countryside to find them.
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