Do you find it difficult to get readers to post in your comment area?
Creating comments is one thing, but what about generating an actual conversation where other people congratulate each other, give feedback or talk about writing in general?
Comments create social credibility when people show up to your site for the first time, but they also create community. Community is more important because there’s a good chance those people that show up a few times will eventually fade away.
It’s the people who find a club they belong to that stick around on a blog.
How can you create that community by stimulating the callouts you offer at the end of all your blog posts?
Let’s review nine callout types that have worked for others including myself.
Questions About the Article
A question at the end of your article is essential. This is Blogging 101, and you will notice that every blog post I include on Write With Warnimont ends with a question in bold lettering that encourages people to post in the comments.