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Types of People That Won't Comment On Your Social Media's Post


Lets assume you create an interesting post or should i say "status" on a social network. Then After hitting the publish button, you felt a thrill as you are triple sure you would be getting lots of comment soonest with the post you just updates.

10, 15, 20minutes later and nothing hasn't happened yet. Probably like 45minutes, one to two comments manage to roll in, and whew! No comments again!
You would be like; Why wasn't i getting comments on THIS POST?

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And since your thought earlier was that the post ought to fetch lots of comments, this then made you to wonder as to whether you did something wrong, like posting in the wrong time or maybe the wrong content.
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HOWEVER after looking thoroughly into that, i noticed that the fault MIGHT not be that of the poster, neither the post been created. It is simply from your presumed commentators for these are the people that took 65 percentage out of 100, as to why you're not getting comments on your social network post.
On this post, i'll categorise to you the three types of people that WON'T COMMENT ON YOUR Social Media's Post.

  1. These categories of people saw your post but they "didn't know what to say" hence they don't comment. It might be due to complication of your post or something else.
  2. They Knew what To Say But were just *too busy* to comment. Maybe they were into something which is taking their time, or their mission at that particular moment is to reply to a few pings -nothing more, nothing less.
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  4. Those that belong to this group are the ones that *knew what to say and they are neither so that busy* but just intentionally ignore to comment on your post. The reason why it happens so is usually spontaneous.

By the time you read this post through, am sure you would worry less next time you noticed your interesting post on social networks doesn't gets comment, as you would definitely know they are caused by either of the 3 GROUPS OF PEOPLE mentioned above and NOT you.

Before i close this post, let me remind you that sometimes it might not be from the commentators, IT COULD BE YOU!
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  1. LOYAL EMAIL SUBSCRIBERs!!!!

    Bros you've just said it all concerning this topic...Another thing to be included is those that wished they run comment but don't really know how to...or browsers don't support it.

    I think the validity of your post is not by comment... If people who get 30,000 pageviews on a post should be expecting comment from everybody that hit the link, hmmmm you know what that will mean.

    How you?

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  2. Its true comments doesn't always reflects pageviews. For example, just because there was no comment on a particular post doesn't mean No-one read the post.


    A blog called houseofmo, supports this by saying; reader's comments do not reflect post views

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    1. I will read the post. My most popular post of all time have only one comment. But thousands of pageview and up till now, it still attract traffic from Google like seriously.

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    2. That Your blogpost with one comments and huge traffic had nailed the truth bro!

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  3. This is very funny but true bro. nice blog you have here

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. i really appreciate

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  4. People who don't comment are why I have no idea how many people actually read my blog, but I figure it's about 25% over the number who do comment.

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    1. Readers might read your blog and they wont comment,so the thing is not usually that your blog does not have large readers just that they aren't commenting

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  5. I always tot that d more traffic d more comment, but now u need to get your readers engaged/energized for u to get comment, traffic gives you a boost.


    www.kasysleek.blogspot.com
    Thanks.

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    1. absolutely Kasy...
      Someone with high traffic might not be receiving much blog comments as that of someone with low traffic

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