17 Killer Ways to get tons of Blog Comments!

By |2019-05-01T07:41:47+00:00June 28th, 2018|Blogging and Business, Tips and Tricks|38 Comments
  • Are your blog posts catching dust because you're getting no comments? Learn how to get lots of comments on your blog posts!

You take the time to write a really good blog-post.

You’ve done all the work and then you hit publish, only to hear…


It sucks. It plain sucks.

Most people think that Blog Commenting is dead.

But I’m here to tell you, that it’s not.

It took me a lot of time + 1 other blog (that I’ve shut down in 2017) to learn how to write in order to actually get people to comment on my posts.

My blog is fairly new and I currently have 15 posts on my blog at the moment. But 3 of them have over 50 comments and 1 of them is going to touch 100.


Now, here’s the painful truth.

Not every single post you write will bring in dozens of comments unless you:

  • Are an already established blogger. (or)
  • Have over  50K pageviews a month.


When you’re just starting out, it can be hard to get blog comments because you’ve been blogging for a very short time, i.e. no one knows about you yet.

Until you build authority in your niche and post consistently for a year or so, these are the tips you can use (which have worked rather well for me) to gain you a whole lot of blog comments.

Now, if you don’t have a blog yet and are looking to get started, I have a really detailed step-by-step guide on how you can set up your blog and start monetizing it right here.

Mind you, a lot of these require some work from your end. So, let’s get started.

This post includes affiliate links, meaning at no extra cost to you, I might make a small commission if you decide to buy something and this money will be used to feed my poor lil’ dogs. They are perennially hungry, my little ones.

Making Your Website more Comment-Friendly

1. Use an efficient Commenting System.

You can use a system like Disqus, but a lot of people have problems signing in and some of them aren’t comfortable with people accessing their profiles.

I’ve also had issues commenting via my phone on Blogs that use Disqus.

Hence in my opinion, it’s good to stick to WordPress Comments.

But this is totally your call.

You should use a comment system that you are actually comfortable using.

2. Ditch Captcha for the love of God and everything that’s good in this world.

In the time I’ve spent clicking on 3 squares that show me street signs, I could take my dogs out for a walk or write a novel.

You’re going to be driving people far away using that cursed Captcha.

Instead of Captcha to avoid spammers, install Akismet. It is a really good plugin that filters spam comments and trackbacks.

And it’s one of those 1 minute installation things that will save you years-of-hassle monitoring comments.


3. Install the Simple Comment Notification Plugin.

This is a nice, little plugin that notifies the person (who’s commented) via email that you’ve replied to their comment. And this encourages further comments from the same person.

Writing Comment-Worthy Blog Posts

4. Write posts that work as comment magnets.

Before I write a post, I do some research. I look up related topics on Pinterest and Google and see if it is something that gets people talking.

Do your research in advance before you write a blog post. Don’t just write without a plan.

Trust me, it’s not going to work out that well.

These are 3 type of posts that do surprisingly well when it comes to comments. They are:

  1. List based posts.
  2. Controversial/Emotional Posts.
  3. Tutorial Posts.

My favorite types of posts are the list based posts because (let’s face it), they’re mighty fun to write.

*twists her pigtail and giggles*

You can read my step-by-step guide to write a viral post here.

Make sure to include tons of pictures/screenshots and lots of points if you’re doing list based posts. They’ve very catchy.

This list-based post fetched me nearly over 50 comments!

And my second favorite is Tutorials. This is a tutorial I did on how to gain 100K followers on Instagram.

These are tips I as an artist used to grow my following to 100K+ in just a few months. I'm sharing all of them in this very post - it includes how to build a stellar Instagram Profile and posting consistently in a theme. Read the Ultimate Guide on gaining 100K followers on Instagram as an artist.

It’s a good 5000+ word article, that took me 2 weeks to write.

I’m not friggin’ kidding you.

I’ve garnered 49 comments for this post alone so far.

Crazy huh?

This post you are currently reading is over 3000 words.

When I wrote this post, I didn’t hold anything back. I gave away all my secrets. But it was worth it. Because people loved it. And they began to trust me.

I receive comments like this:

I wrote this post only a month ago and it now displays as the 3rd search in Google because it’s super detailed and has tips that are not mentioned anywhere else!

*wipes a tear away*

And this probably why, this post received so many comments.

Which brings me to my next point…

5. Post valuable blog content.

Imagine you are looking for a solution on the internet. You need some advice, or a recipe.


You write your question in Google or maybe Pinterest. And you click on a title that guarantees you results.

But instead of a meaty solution, all you get are couple of unrelated phrases that leaves you with even more questions.

Will you leave a comment on that post?

People don't have patience to share your posts manually. Include social media share buttons in your posts to make sharing more easier!

In fact, you’ll be clicking everywhere desperately in order to leave that website so you never have to look back again.

Don’t be that website.

Each blog post you write must have a motive. It should answer a question that’s burning in your readers’ minds.

Be thorough.

Be systematic.

Have a process for writing your Blog Posts. Take your time, evaluate your goals and come up with a definitive Blog Content Plan.

Write from your heart.

Don’t just write filler posts to fluff up your Blog. That won’t do any good to anyone. It may bring you some immediate traffic, but people will fly away just as quickly.

This is something I’m going to be harping on for as long as I can – write good, solid content.

*waves long, crooked finger*

Writing long and useful blog content will help build your credibility as an author. And this will help gain you those blog comments you’re yearning to see.

6. Write a powerful and sticky headline.

Did you know that 8 out of 10 people will read your headline but only 2 people will actually click through to read your Blog Post?

Yeah, that statistic is pretty disheartening.

This may not seem like much but your headline could be the difference between a successful and a flop post.

Let me explain.

Initially, with my old blog; I never really understood why my posts got close to zero comments. However, I never deleted those posts when I shut down my blog. Because I knew something was wrong, not everything.

It was my headlines.

Well, they kinda sucked.

I recycled one of those posts into my current Blog and just tweaked the headline. And that same post which had close to 0 comments suddenly got over 25 comments.

I changed the headline “10 Things to do before becoming an Illustrator” into “10 Things I wish I knew before becoming an Illustrator”

I also added an illustration of a shocked woman under the title.


It was pure gold, baby.

Are you an Illustrator ready to step out into the world? Then you must know these 10 things before becoming an Illustrator!

This may not seem like much, but the words strike a chord in anyone’s heart who wants to be an Illustrator. It strikes fear.

Moral of the story: Craft a headline that’s going to evoke an emotion from your audience. You want to drive them to feel something, so they click on your Blog Post!

Giving back the love

7. Build a routine of commenting on other people’s blogs.

Find at least 5 Blogs in your niche, that you love and adore. This may take a month or two, depending on how much you like to read. And next, leave thoughtful and appreciative comments.

Comment on Blogs that actually take the time to reply to comments. Note how conversations flow and see if you can add to the conversation.

You can either reply to someone else’s comment on another blog by adding a “I know! I had the exact problem and this is how I solved it…”

Or you can start a unique comment thread by directly writing to the author.

I understand that this is a very time-consuming process, but trust me your efforts will not go in vain.

You are not only helping other Bloggers grow by shining more light to their posts, but you are also:

• Building relationships with other bloggers. (which really helps you grow as a blogger)
• Rising in the Blogging World by actually being seen by other Blogs. The more your name pops up in different places (in the same niche), the more curious other Bloggers will be and eventually, they’re going to click on your name to land on your website!

Spend some time each day or every alternate day to comment on a few blogs in your niche.


Possessing a good Commenting Etiquette

8. Leave meaningful comments.

Okay, now you know how important it is to comment on other blogs. But did you know that there is a right way?

Don’t just leave comments like “Great post. Check out my blog” or, “Wow, I should really try this.”

No. Never.

Ugh, that’s just spammy. And you’re not going to gain any brownie points for those.

Here are some tips for writing great blog comments.

• Address the author of the blog post by name. Take the time to get to know the person who’s written that great blog post that’s actually helped solve your problem.
• Compliment him/her and mention one 1 take away you’ve picked up from the blog post.
• Add your own thoughts.
• Finish by signing off with your name and if relevant you can add a link to your website at the bottom.

9. Use a nice Gravatar that defines YOU.

It’s weird when your name pops up next to an anonymous picture.

You’re not going to stand out.

And it’s difficult for people to put a name to a faceless picture.

So before you start commenting on other people’s blogs and expect click-backs fix this.

Take the time to set up a Gravatar. Elna Cain explains why a Gravatar is important and how to set it up which you can read here.

Now since I’m an Illustrator, I choose to go with my illustrated persona instead of my actual photo.

10. Reply to comments.

I cannot tell you how many blogs I’ve commented on, don’t reply to comments. I’m going to be fully honest here, it kinda blows.

I totally understand that people are busy and don’t have time to monitor comments, but if they’ve approved the comment, there is a pretty good chance that they’ve read it… aaaaaaaand not replied.

It’s like sending a message to someone from your phone and the double tick shows, proving that they’ve read it but not replied.

Doesn’t it suck?

Doesn’t it make you wanna go and eat a tub of ice cream all by yourself?


Just me?

Okay then, moving on…

So, when someone takes time out of their day, to read your blog post and leave you a little thank you note, take a little effort to reply with a thank you and a nice message.

Not only will you have brightened someone’s day but it also shows humility.

This encourages more people to comment because they know that if they comment on your post, you will write back to them.

There are a lot of Big Bloggers that I respect from the bottom of my heart because they actually take time out of their day to respond to comments/tweets.

11. Ask a question that results in an actual discussion.

This is actually easier said than done. A lot of people will tell you that you have to ask a question at the end of the blog post to encourage further comments.

But let me go one step further and show you how it’s done.

Consider these two types of questions.

  1. Do you use a notebook? Let me know in the comments below!
  2. Okay, that was me. Now it’s your turn. What do you use your notebook for?

Okay, so between the two, which encourages you to write a comment?

Obviously the second one.

Because the first question results in a one word answer – Yes/No.

The second evokes a burning desire for the reader to write how he/she uses his/her notebook!

Therefore, always aim for a question that gets the reader to talk about themselves. That’s what we as people love doing, we love to talk about ourselves.

Be the friendly neighborhood Spiderman girl-next-door.

12. Implement Influencer Marketing

Probably one of the few times that I will be dropping such big words around here. But yes, I learnt this trick quite recently from a book called Content Inc.

I’ve never been more blown away reading a Business Book as much as this one. This book will teach you how to actually write content that people want to read. It emphasizes on the importance of building an audience before creating an product. And it’s packed with tips to gain a massive audience with your Blog!

I recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn how to create a successful Blog and market content like a pro. Joe Pulizzi doesn’t hold anything back. He shares everything he’s used to build his 6 Figure+ Business.

Fun Fact: I’ve used a lot of the tips from his book to become better at writing my blog posts.

Basically, the nicer you are to people in your community, the more likely they are to return the favor.

Wherever possible, try and link to other blogger’s articles within your posts. Don’t just link and leave it at that.

Write something nice.

Write about how that post helped you achieve what you wanted to and don’t forget to mention the author’s name. This shows that you care.


13. Harness the power of Facebook Groups.

When I was just starting out, I joined some Facebook Groups that were in my niche.

Every time, someone asked a question, I helped out with a long and detailed answer. If I could attach a relevant link, I would. But my first priority was to build trust and engage with people.

Once you’re seen as the friendly face who loves helping out, people will start spotting you out in the crowd.

I’d suggest joining groups that have around 5K-10K members.

The lesser, the better.

I feel a little lost in big groups because well… it’s big and it’s easy to get lost.

Other than commenting on other people’s posts, join Post Sharing Threads. Remember, don’t share your post and call it a day.

Write 1 line describing what your post is about and how it solves the problem. Then, leave the link. It’s easier for the eyes and you’re sure to get 2-3 comments with this method.

This is one of the best ways to market your Blog for free.

Don’t forget to give back the love and reply those comments.

You may also like: 13 Reasons Why Your Blog is Not Making Money and How to Fix It!

14. Create your own Facebook Group

I’m part of 3-4 Facebook Groups that I actually love because it’s refreshing to spend one hour daily on them answering people’s questions. I also learn a lot from them and I’m able to keep up with current trends.

But here’s what I’ve noticed. The Facebook group admin will post one of her/his own posts every single day or once a week.

And it will be a super helpful post that he/she has just written.

Undoubtedly, this post will get loads of comments because the admin is allowed to share his/her posts at any time.

Now, mind you, having your own Facebook Group is a lot of work and requires a lot of time to maintain. But if building your own community is a dream that’s ben running in your mind for a long time, then this is definitely something you should add to your To-Do list.

Sharing is Caring + That’s how you get comments

15. Share on Social Media

Now, once you’re done publishing your Blog post, you’ll realize that your work is only half done.

Nobody is going to know that you’ve written a post unless you actually tell the world.

Pinterest is my number 1 Social Media because as you can tell, I’m sort of a visual person. I love drawing and all my blog post images are hand-drawn by Yours Truly.

I’d suggest rocking 1 Social Media than trying to rule them all.

After you’ve published your blog post, queue it in your Social Media with a magnetic sentence.

And then?

Do it again, but use a different line.

Not everyone is going to be waiting on Facebook for you to release that post. Some might miss it because they’re eating, sleeping or playing Candy Crush.

*guilty as charged*

That’s why you should share it again after 2 days. And again a week later. And again after two weeks.

The sharing cycle never ends, you see.

16. Send an email to your peeps.

I love writing a weekly email to my followers notifying them of new posts and sharing some tips to help them get their Blog/Online Business off the ground. Not only do I get comments, but I also get valuable insights of what works and what doesn’t.

This helps me write better posts for them because I know what type of posts gain their favor.

And finally… one of my favorite methods,

17. Simply ask.

Knock and the door shall be opened.

Unless of course you’re a witch with a poisoned apple.

In which case, nobody is going to open the door for you.

Except Snow white.

All kidding aside, just ask for comments. Be honest with your readers and let them know that their comments are something you value and you’d love to hear what’s on their mind.

There ya go.

This is probably the most simple task we can do as bloggers but it’s a point that’s constantly overlooked maybe because it is so easy.

And that comes to an end of 17 killer ways to get blog comments.


I agree that a lot of these ways require some effort on your part but I guarantee you that if you believe in your Blog and actually want to make this your Business, you will have to put in the hours.

Trust me when I say, that none of your hard work will go to waste. You will reap the fruits of labor.

It’s something that was drilled in me by my mum when I was a little girl and this little piece of advice has seen me through all my accomplishments – starting from school leading up to my Business.

Okay, story time is over.

It would be pretty ironic if I wrote this post about getting Blog comments and this post got no comments.

So, over to you!

Which of these tips are you going to start implementing straight away? I’d love to know!

About the Author:

Angela is a 26 year old Illustrator and Comic Artist living in Bangalore, India with her husband and 2 cute little Labrador retrievers who resemble a cream-bun and a chocolate kiss.


  1. Gloria Mwendwa July 1, 2018 at 8:27 am - Reply

    Wow, this is truly motivating. I’m 24 and I want so bad to start a fashion and style blog but I’ve been holding back because I’m so scared that it won’t take off because I don’t really have a huge social media following (on IG) 🙁 crazy right? But i feel now this push and I think I’m gonna go ahead and do it. Thank you.

    • Angela Vaz July 2, 2018 at 2:21 am - Reply

      Hello Gloria,
      I really, really think you should. Life is too short for ifs and maybes. Just start your blog. Don’t worry about growth in the beginning. It’s pretty slow. Just give it your best and always keep learning. You can’t fail if you give it your all. Trust me. 🙂
      Lots of love,

  2. Foryoursoulblogs July 6, 2018 at 7:32 am - Reply

    I’ve started blogging a while back and I do face this problem. There are hardly any comments! At first I shrugged it off but then it did affect me, like all this hard work I’m putting in but I’m not getting the results I actually wanted. It made me stop blogging for a month or more. I’ve started again but this thought does linger around… Your blog is really helpful and thank you for the tips.


    • Angela Vaz July 6, 2018 at 10:21 am - Reply

      Hello Foryoursoulblogs,

      Thank you so much for stopping by. You’re really going to like it here at Stray Curls. No matter what the problem, never stop blogging. In fact, whenever you feel things aren’t working out, take a step back.

      Go to your competitor’s blog and look up their posts. If they have loads of comments, ask yourself, what is the difference? If you’re writing really good blog posts and you’re posting on social media regularly, then take a chill pill. Just continue to keep doing what you’re doing.

      The next step is just to comment on 3-5 blogs every day or every alternate day. I have yet to make this a habit. But I’m trying my best.

      Remember, these things take time. It takes time to become an established blogger. Until you’ve been blogging for a whole year, don’t stop. 🙂

      Let me know if you’re having any other questions and I’ll try my best to help!

      Lots of love,

  3. Margaret July 9, 2018 at 10:40 am - Reply

    Ahhhhhhh I was waiting so much for you to write this. I have not started a blog yet but I’m so nervousssss. What if no one sees it? Or worse…. what if people see it and don’t comment?
    It’s scary, so scary. Thank you. Thank you for writing this. I am going to try these tips as soon as I am done making my blog and launching it. You rock Angela.
    Also, I love the mini illustrations you’ve put in the text. It makes it so much more fun to read. I feel you should include more within your posts.

    • Angela Vaz July 9, 2018 at 10:42 am - Reply

      Hey Margaret,

      Yay! So glad you loved it. And yes, it’s so super scary to launch your blog in the beginning, but don’t worry. Just go for it! Good luck. 😀

      As for the illustrations, I’m really enjoying making them. I am going to take your advice and put more in the next blog post. It’s already up. And this one has about 12-13! You’re going to love it. Here it is -> https://straycurls.com/overcome-creative-blocks/

      Lots of love,

  4. Anaya Bel July 15, 2018 at 4:02 pm - Reply

    Thanks for sharing about blog commenting

    • Angela Vaz July 16, 2018 at 2:36 am - Reply

      Hello Anaya,
      No problem! So glad you loved it. <3
      Warm regards,

  5. ALI RAZA July 15, 2018 at 8:16 pm - Reply

    Awesome Atricle

    • Angela Vaz July 16, 2018 at 2:37 am - Reply

      Hey Ali,
      You’re most welcome. 😀
      Warm regards,

  6. Alvern at Success Unscrambled July 16, 2018 at 11:52 am - Reply

    Great post Angela, the only one that I have not implemented is sharing my post multiple times on Social Media. So much to do so little time. Thanks for sharing your commenting tips.

    • Angela Vaz July 17, 2018 at 2:45 am - Reply

      Hey Alvern,
      Thank you so much! Oh yes! Sharing on Social media is such a powerful technique. Combining that with commenting on FB groups, and you’ve got yourself a mastermind technique!

  7. Estie@HealthyFamilyandMe July 18, 2018 at 7:25 am - Reply

    Hi Angela, Love your personal gravatar illustration! Commenting is probably one of the most difficult things to achieve with a new blog. Your tips are great thanks!

    • Angela Vaz July 18, 2018 at 9:32 am - Reply

      Hello Estie!

      Ha ha, thank you. That’s so sweet of you to say.

      Totally agree. It’s super hard! Pinterest has really been working for me! And I’m so happy that I’ve finally found a social media that brings in a good amount of traffic!

      Do you use Pinterest?

      Warm regards,

  8. Vanessa July 22, 2018 at 12:51 am - Reply

    Angela! You are my hero! Now you just need an avatar in a Wonder Woman costume…she always was the sexiest one! I think your article is spot on. So many people in today’s society discount the tiny efforts which yield the greatest results. Just acknowledging the minute it took them to leave that comment is like a pat on the back. And my Daddy always told me “You get more flies with honey than you do with vinegar!” But in all seriousness, I love your articles and artwork. You have a creative genius sense of humor that is sorely lacking these days. I wish I was half as creative as you! Just don’t think my “job” would work well with blogging…not much you can say about numbers. Haha! Hope your day is smashing!

    • Angela Vaz July 22, 2018 at 5:19 am - Reply

      Hi Vanessa,

      Thank you so much. I’m super, super honored to be your hero. Wonder Woman is my favorite DC Comic superhero actually, but you know… I see myself more like Captain Jack (you know from Pirates of the Caribbean).

      Stray Curls Pirates of the Caribbean

      Don’t you think I look so much better? 😀

      Yeah, you’re absolutely right about today’s society discounting tiny efforts these days. The main issue is it’s so easy to get distracted these days. Every bit of information we need is at our finger tips. So, the minute people read an article (or skim it), they click somewhere and totally forget to comment or acknowledge the article.

      Which is why they need a little nudge from us or we need to get them on our email list and retain them.

      You’re giving me wings now. Thank you so much! I’ve realized a long time ago that it’s best to see the bright side in every situation. And good humor and a positive attitude always, always saves the day.

      Trust me Vanessa, I’ve read your emails and now this comment. You are every bit as creative as I am. Possibly more. You know how to talk, and communicate. And you do it well. You just need to get it out there! Be it your website, or a book, or numbers or whatever endeavor you practise, you will rock at it! The key is to present your knowledge to people in a fun and exciting way. Which I’m sure you’ll figure out!

      Have a wonderful week ahead! It is always a delight communicating with you.

      A big fat hug,

  9. Shantel Collins August 20, 2018 at 12:48 am - Reply

    These are some awesome tips! I’ve already begun doing a lot of these. I definitely can add a few more to my routine!.

    • Angela Vaz August 20, 2018 at 3:35 am - Reply

      Hello Shantel,

      Elated that you love these tips. 😀 Welcome to the blog by the way. And I must say… your website is so colorful and perfect! I love your shop and your blog. I was just taking a peek. <3 Lovely job!

      Wishing you success and happiness!

  10. Jessica September 21, 2018 at 11:55 pm - Reply

    So…I started my own blog July 4th of this year and I remember reading one of your posts when I was just starting (like before I even wrote my first post, just starting) and it helped me so much! I didn’t know what I was doing, nor did I even think to save your post back then… Then BOOM a few months later I find this post and it seriously is the most helpful information I can actually find for newer bloggers. I got lucky with a viral post that got my 53k page views my second month! Yet still no comments… I am going to try some of your suggestions and get the comment ball rolling! Thank you 🙂

    • Angela Vaz September 22, 2018 at 5:52 am - Reply

      Hey Jessica,

      July 4th? That’s pretty recent! 😀 You’re a Blogging Newbie just like me. <3

      And 53K pageviews in your second month is super, super awesome! I haven't achieved that and I'm in my 6th month of blogging! So, a hearty congratulations from me to you!

      Keep doing what you're doing. Yes, you have to totally nudge people to get them to comment but with these tips, you can't go wrong! <3

      Wishing you all the best!

  11. Amira September 25, 2018 at 6:43 pm - Reply

    Hi Angela! I stumbled upon this blog post on Pinterest but I must say I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. Love your sense of humor too! You keep it light and engaging. Also, all of these are awesome tips and #13, 14 and 15 are great. I actually did dream of having my own FB community so I went all out and created it! But you are absolutely correct, maintaining your own FB group is A LOT of work.

    Thanks for sharing this informative post. I’m about to pin it!

    -Amira at ASelfGuru.com

    • Angela Vaz October 1, 2018 at 11:46 am - Reply

      Hello Amira,

      Awww, thank you so much. 🙂 You’re so sweet.

      Super awesome that you’ve created your own FB group! How many hours a week do you spend maintaining it? Just out of curiosity, because I’ve always wanted to start one of my own too. 🙂

      And thank you so much for pinning. Have a great day!


      • Amira October 2, 2018 at 2:58 am - Reply

        It really depends on you. I’m a workaholic so it’s nonstop for me. You do have to approve member requests, engage with your audience, answer questions, monitor the group, etc so it’s really hard to quantify the hours because there’s group activity at all times of the day!

        • Angela Vaz October 3, 2018 at 9:49 am - Reply

          Hello Amira,
          Thank you so much for letting me know. It’s mighty sweet of you.
          I’m a bit of a workaholic too. 😀 But I don’t think I can maintain an FB group. I often find myself too busy or loaded with drawing and writing. I don’t think I might be able to handle it. But I do want to start some sort of group or a monthly membership – that sort of thing… who knows! I might do it in the future!

  12. Gary P Henderson November 21, 2018 at 10:00 am - Reply

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    • Angela Vaz November 22, 2018 at 3:21 am - Reply

      Hello Gary,
      I’m super glad this post helped you figure out how to get more comments. 😀 And I wish you all the best with trying out new things! That’s the best way to grow your website. Which I’m sure will do amazing!
      Warm regards,

  13. Kathy Haan November 25, 2018 at 3:20 am - Reply

    First time visitor to this blog, but you’ve got a fan! I’ve been blogging since 2012 and don’t get a whole lot of comments. I’ll start implementing these strategies ASAP! Thanks 🙂

    • Angela Vaz November 28, 2018 at 2:53 am - Reply

      Hello Kathy!

      2012? Wow! That’s amazing! And yes, its a long time! 😀 Let me know how these strategies end up working for you. For immediate results, I recommend Facebook Group Promo Threads! 😀

      Lots of love,

  14. Haylie Ellison December 1, 2018 at 9:53 pm - Reply

    I’ve been slowly implementing all of these tips and even had pins that went viral but no comments….. that’s when I looked on my phone and discovered that the plugin I was using (Disqus) shows up on desktop but not mobile. I’m so mad hah So now I’m on the hunt for a new commenting system. I find that WordPress is just too basic for me. Is there any other resources you suggest?

    By the way, I really do love this post (and, I’m sorry if that sounds spammy, but it’s true!) I can appreciate the time and effort you put into it. And, about the other blog post you wrote that was over 5,000 words, that’s insane! (and I thought 2,000 words was a lot).

    Anywho, keep up the good work, you’re killing it!

    – Haylie

    • Angela Vaz December 5, 2018 at 5:11 am - Reply

      Hello Haylie,

      First of all, I love your Blog. It’s so, so pretty. 🙂 Simply love the images you use and the way you’ve organized everything! 😀 I really think you should start a Printable Shop. It will do very well! <3

      Yeah Disqus has an issue with phones. It never shows and I honestly have a lot of trouble commenting on blogs via my Phone when they use Disqus.

      WordPress Comments is easy to use. It is basic, but it encourages people to comment and that's party the reason why I use it. 🙂

      However Commentluv and Jetpack Comments are also pretty popular. Maybe you could try those?

      Ha ha, it doesn't sound spammy at all. In fact, I'm truly honored. <3

      And no, 5000 word posts aren't that hard to write at all! 😀 It does take a while though. I spend about 2 weeks writing those but it doesn't matter because the benefits we reap are totally worth it! Not to mention that those 5000+ word guides do very well and are evergreen. 🙂

      Thank you so much once again! Hope to see more of you!

  15. Enstine Muki December 2, 2018 at 5:56 am - Reply

    Great tips Angela and I can see from engagement on this post that you practice what you preach.
    I have had some posts with over 200 comments on my blog and these tips do work like charm.

    Have you used CommentLuv plugin before? That plugin will take your comment count through the roof. The only issue is the developer stopped updating for some health reasons.

    Happy Sunday. I will be sticking on your blog here

    • Angela Vaz December 5, 2018 at 5:14 am - Reply

      Hello Enstine,

      Love your name. It’s so unique! 😀 Where are you from, if I may ask?

      200 comments? Wow! That’s amazing! I am definitely striving for that!

      I have heard a lot about CommentLuv, but I had no idea that the developer stopped updating it due to health reasons. That’s quite sad. I am currently loving the WordPress Comments Default Plugin, so no… I might not migrate any time soon.

      Hope you had a delightful Sunday! 😀

  16. kkshitija December 31, 2018 at 7:43 am - Reply

    Awesome post and catchy theme

  17. Anna-Aleksandra January 19, 2019 at 10:50 am - Reply

    This post was very insightful! I’m drafting a blog in my native language {we are 5 million speakers) and I have noticed that there aren’t any credible blogs in my niche! There are a couple run by companies but it’s clear to see that posts were written in 5 minutes in order to get better ranking and sell more. Where should I go to comment others?

    • Angela Vaz January 20, 2019 at 2:35 am - Reply

      Hello Anna,

      You can comment on blogs that are close to your niche! 😀 Or engage with people/bloggers who do the same thing you do. 😀 If not, try to join Facebook Groups with people who do similar things and bond! You can also reach out to Influencers and so on. 🙂

      Hope that helps,

  18. Moriah June 5, 2019 at 3:12 am - Reply

    Ahhhh Angela! Thank you so much! This is such a great post with soooooo much valuable advice. My biggest take away is definitely to post on Facebook multiple times — I’m going to use your formula! I’m honestly the worst at promoting my posts… I spend so much time writing them and then run out of steam when it gets to promotion. But now I’m feeling re-inspired! Thanks so much!

    • Angela Vaz June 10, 2019 at 4:52 am - Reply

      You are most welcome Moriah. 😀

      Thanks to the new algorithm updates, Facebook and Instagram are performing badly. But Facebook Groups are still the best way to get exposure. That combined with Pinterest and Tailwind. 😀

      It happens to all of us. We feel icky to promote our own posts. But if we don’t, who else will?

      Lots of love,

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