A Users Guide to Comments on WordPress

Blogging from the Heart

Blogging from the Heart

Thank you, from the bottom of my heart for reading my blog!

I look forward to your comments and reply to every one of them.  I’ve recently learned, however that many of you don’t see my replies, and therefore don’t know I’ve responded to your comment or question.  That doesn’t seem fair.

Here is a brief primer for following along:

If you are already blogging on WordPress, your comments will appear on your own site when you log in.

If you don’t blog yourself, but enjoy following one or more bloggers, go ahead and create a Gravatar, short for Globally Recognized Avatar so you can easily post around the net.  It’s quick and easy and its free. Bloggers love engaging their readers. Your comments are always welcome.

If you leave a comment on my site, please click on the button below your comment that says you can choose to automatically receive email updates about other comments on a specific post by checking the Notify me of follow-up comments via email check-box that appears in the comment form.

Finally, you can subscribe to my blog by clicking the “Follow My Blog Via Email” link in the upper right-hand corner of  the page.

You will receive an email notification whenever I post. If you subscribe to comments, you will also receive comment notifications.

That’s it! Thanks for reading.


9 thoughts on “A Users Guide to Comments on WordPress

    • Oh you don’t know the half of it! My eyes are closed in 75% of the shots I take. Eliminate the double-chin pull-back, the goofy smile, hair in my face. It’s a wonder I get off any decent shots at all.


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