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@kathyweir Hi, Kathy. This is an issue that everybody is concerned about. Personally, I think the amount of comments, or what we are sharing in them, is effected by how we use our comments. There is a way to use them to sell that works both on our pages and on others. I started out commenting like most people. Once a day. At that time, I was spamming other popular pages in my field with ads. Of course, they never worked. As time has passed I am now posting at least 3 times a day on my main page. On Friend Friday I will be posting even more. My followers also are allowed to post what they do, or what they would like to promote, as long as they follow the comment guidelines that we share. I find that my followers love knowing how they can create comments that attract more people to their pages or comments. Finally, How to Create Comments that Sell
@gabriel Gabriel, I agree! It is how we can get people to interact on our comments that really matters. Without getting other people to participate in our comments they are a waste of time and space. I also am on Google+ and really like it. Since it is new to me, I am posting an average of once a day on both my business and profile pages. I also am involved in the Hangouts.
@roryramsden Rory. You are right on! Share the benefits and get the people to interact! I have found as long as my comments are interactive, or interesting, that they are often shared, and that is what I want to happen. The more likes and comments we can get on each thread we start, the further they go out into the newsfeeds so that those who are looking for what we have, can find us!
@dennischica Those are great insights on a Fan page. I have seen so many that I have no idea of what they are doing our how to promote it. Oh, wait. that is also how I started! It is really the quality of our comments, more then the quantity, that makes a difference.
@amoresocial You are right. Samantha. Those who have a large following will not see our comments. Unless they come to our page. I have found that with time, that now more people are coming to my page to see what I am sharing instead of looking for it on the newsfeeds.
@donpurdum Don, I am right there with you. I think with time, that we are able to “train” our followers to expect more from us. If we share comments that engage, entertain and educate our followers, they will look for what we have to share with them.