Welcome to Pearson Report.
I am participating in the 2015 A to Z Challenge.
Yes, I will be adhering to my THEME Calendar.
So, yesterday I touched upon Following.
And WOW, thanks to all of you amazing bloggers that stopped in, left awesome comments, and even ventured to follow. (Thanks Pat Hatt, from It's Rhyme Time.)
OKAY… HERE WE GO...
Today I will talk about Commenting.
Why would anyone make it difficult for me to comment?
Yesterday, while diligently doing my A to Z Ambassador duties, which I take quite seriously I might add, (you never know when I’ll be called upon to run a small middle eastern country, on short notice) I became increasingly flummoxed (isn’t that a great word) by the lack of ease in commenting on many blogs.
This is what I encountered… (Go ahead, enlarge, you know you want to.)
When I went to type in it, it blew up and gave me this…
So then I don't leave a comment, which clearly is the loss of the blogger I just visited, because, damn, I leave really great comments. Right! You know I do!
Then I get this at the next blog I visit… I go ahead and fill in one of my deluxe comments.
This was off a site that DID have their settings adjusted so I, a willing commentor, could leave my comment easily. This was from a site that was not a Blogger based site.
If a blog site doesn’t have that area, which I circled in black, then I have to press one of those obnoxious, annoying, totally frustrating buttons.
These buttons are DISQUS, facebook (gag), TWITTER and Google+
I only belong to Twitter. I don't want to be on the others.
And… just to emphasis the point (damn I'm good) I was able to see the Wordpress Settings Page from a dear blogging friend, Trish, at Lizard Happy (a Wordpress blogger) and she tells me the settings are totally adjustable to make access easy for commenting. (Told ya!)
Really, this is a no brainer.
IF YOU WANT ME (or anyone else) TO COMMENT MAKE IT EASY FOR US TO DO SO.
This is a BETTER IDEA than risking not getting a comment from me.