This headline may sound funny, ridiculous, bragging, and somehow foolish but what saying is a blatant fact that all bloggers knows, and we do pretend as if it’s nothing but to be sincere, something is hidden in nothing if you scrutinize the nothing properly.
All bloggers love their blog visitors either a co-blogger or otherwise to leave a finger print in the sand of their blogs, what is the essence of you feeling my presence in your blog, not only as a visitor that increases your
A verse in the bible says and I quote ‘do unto others what you want people to do to you’!. Taking a critical look at this wise word, it is applicable in every phases of life even in blog-o-sphere, and do remember that one of the best way ofblogging is building relationship, and make yourself known and at the same time be useful to the whole wide world through helping people to solve their problems through your personal knowledge or all the like.
And now that you know this from the time immemorial that your blog is to helping people around the world, only one thing will definitely stop me from visiting your blog without putting your blog content into consideration in the first place despite the fact that content is king.
Reason why I will decide to stop visiting your blog is;
Failure to leave a comment on my blog: Yes, just this! This may sounds foolish or meaningless or you just don’t care about it, but am saying it, and I think it worth saying and as well affirming it.
For a fellow blogger to have visited your blog, and leave a reasonable and encouraged comment that has either commend your effort, contribute to the topic, take time to share your blog post (although, you may not know who share your blog post), and leave his/her recent post on your blog via your blog commentluv or intensedebate. I think such visitor deserve a return of the comment s/he has left on your blog?
Although some bloggers don’t value this simple point but am telling you that this is one of the cogent reason why most co-bloggers visitors don’t comment on your, and not only because of your content.
Content is king, yes! I don’t dispute that but comment is the throne of the king, meaning both are necessary to build a successful blog.
For a co-blogger to have visited your blog, I believe s/he has initiated a blogging relationship via his or her comment which s/he will be expecting you to do the same by visiting his/her blog.
Conclusion: I will from this juncture let you share your view about why you think it is mandatory for a fellow blogger who visit your blog to leave a comment.