It's no secret that I'm not a fan of the whole concept of "likes" online. My general view is that if you do indeed genuinely like a blog post or a photograph, in the traditional sense of the word, then leave a comment to let its creator know. Just clicking "like" takes so little effort… Continue reading Why You Should Stop Liking Everyone
A major reason for me having a blog is to interact with others who enjoy photography. Because of this, the comments are a fundamental feature. With no comments, no feedback, no conversation, I'm talking to an empty sky. So in the three and a half years I've been running 35hunter, I've done all I can… Continue reading Three Tips To Encourage More Comments And Interaction On Your Blog
As I’ve spoken about previously, aside from enjoying the writing and thinking out loud my blog provides, a major reason for having a blog at all is to create and grow a community of like minded people. I could just jump on an existing site or social media platform but I prefer to do things… Continue reading How To Support The Blogs And Communties You Love
You're probably familiar with the philosophical question - "If a tree falls in a forest and there's no-one around to hear it, does it still make a sound?" Well I've been wonder about the blogger's equivalent... "If a blog post has no comments, has anyone even read it?" Generally I'm not one to obsess over… Continue reading If A Blog Post Has No Comments, Has Anyone Even Read It?