Defend against social information scraping

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Comments (5)
  • Linda Kaufman

    Blog isn’t really a blog without comments. That is not just about publishing the content, blogging is a process of community building through communication aspects. A successful blog surely has its readers and the least we can do for them is to allow the readers have their voice and if they choose to speak – to be heard.

  • Alfred McHills

    Many people don’t realize, that leaving a comment – the act of a reader filling in the required fields – familiarizes readers with taking an action on the blog. Surely, that is the main aim of each blogger.

    • Samanta McStewarts

      A successful blog surely has its readers and the least we can do for them is to allow the readers have their voice and if they choose to speak – to be heard.

  • Catherine Williams

    First of all, let’s discuss a social proof aspect of commenting. It is just like how you see a ridiculously long line at the store. Does it attract your attention? Surely! The same works with blogs – a relatively large amount of comments sparks curiosity and grabs people’s attention.

  • Alex Grey

    The debate about blog commenting is really interesting. Let’s think, what value do you get from simply reading one side’s message, one side’s argument? The fact that ability to discuss the topic together, to communicate relevant points about both sides of the story publicly, allows to form stronger opinion of your own and learn more.

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