A Little Blogging Secret Plugin To Keep Readers Coming Back Automatically
I don’t normally rave about the wordpress plugins that I use. A girl’s gotta keep some secrets ya know!
But I came across one that I want the ENTIRE WORLD of bloggers to use because it’s like a little slice of heaven for your blog visitors that comment.
I comment often on other people’s blogs. However, if I want to know if someone replies back to my comment, I either have to remember to check back or subscribe to ALL of the comments on that post.
If it’s a blog that gets high traffic and a lot of comments then I don’t want to get 73 messages of other comments on the post and then sift through all of them.
Also, I like to interact with the people on my blog and keep a conversation going. If they don’t check back or subscribe then the conversation pretty much ends.
I wrote a post last week “How To Turn First Time Blog Visitors Into Raving Fans And Avid Readers” and another blogger Debbie Lattuga commented about this plugin that she found.
I installed it immediately. Now, whenever someone comments on my blog and I reply to them they get an automatic message letting them know that I (or anyone else for that matter) is engaging them in conversation by replying to their comment.
When they reply again it will also notify me. So I don’t have to wait to check comments until I login to my wordpress dashboard, ReplyMe will notify my email
Also, the message that is sent is customizable. And anything that’s customizable gets instant brownie points and on my favorite list. Because this gives another chance to express your style and personality and connect with people even more.
It started working as soon as I installed it. In fact, here’s what the first email looked like where I thanked Debbie for telling me about it:
I shared this right away with a few of my friends that are bloggers, now that they installed ReplyMe it’s making it so much easier to keep the conversation flowing on our blogs. This is just another example of how connecting with other bloggers can boost your own. Debbie and I are in totally different industries, but she’s a valuable resource to what I do
Why would you want to keep the conversation going in your comments? I didn’t know why at first. But now that I get it I wrote a post about that too: “How To Turn First Time Blog Visitors Into Raving Fans And Avid Readers”
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