Bloggers love to recieve comments; especially ones that go like this…
Terrific post, I would really like to go there, your photographs are fantastic. ps. I have just downloaded your latest novel.
But comments can go horribly wrong, especially if you decide to check your social media on your smart phone, on a bus stopping and starting in traffic or on the back of a motorbike. I often do the former, haven’t tried the latter. The combination of predictive texting and hitting the wrong letters can lead to disaster.
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Here is a handy guide to commenting on your favourite bloggers. First make sure you are sitting comfortably and unlikely to be disturbed, otherwise you could end up writing ‘Coffee please’ -‘Don’t forget to get bread’ – ‘I’ll be finished in half an hour’ or ‘Who was that at the door?’
There are just four standard comments you will need.
Beautiful pictures, thanks for the wonderful tour. – Use for anything from blogger’s own garden to The Great Lakes.
You’re so right, if only everyone saw things the same way. – Use for opinions expressed on everything from Brexit to Climate Change.
Fantastic book review, sounds like a great series. – Use when someone else’s novel is being reviewed.
Thanks so much for the wonderful review, Reblogged… – Use in the unlikely event that it is your book being reviewed.
What is the strangest place you have followed social media from?