©2-19-2010 by Donna Cunningham
I love it when we get a party going in the comment section, but it’s always a surprise party for me. What is it about certain posts that make readers show up in droves and get a lively discussion going? And why do other posts that I think are just as good and informative get no comments at all? What’s the magic ingredient? I haven’t a clue!
So today I’m putting it out there to you readers to help me understand. What makes you want to chime in with your thoughts and experiences? And what makes you shrug and go on to the next article? Below are links to several articles that started wonderful share-a-thons in their comment section.
Have a look at the ones that appeal to you, and if you can figure out what got the party going, leave a comment in the comment section of that article. And if you form any conclusions about what these 10 posts have in common, come back and let me know in the comment section below. This would be a big help, not only to me in figuring out what readers want and need, but to other astrology bloggers as well. Consider this a bit of reseach for astrology blogs as a whole.
- The Incredible Vulnerability a Stellium Creates
- 7 Secrets You May not Know about the 12th House
- Neptune’s in your Career House? It’s not a Transit, It’s an Epoch!
- Getting a Grip on Saturn-Neptune Aspects
- Boundaries 101 ~ A Course for Neptunians
- Pluto, Saturn and the Blame Game
- Neptune’s Role in Giving and Receiving
- The Planet ahead of your Sun—and What It Says about You
- Mars Alert—Code Red!
- How Strong is your Pluto? Here’s the Score!
- How Strong is your Uranus? Here’s the Score!
So, readers, did you get a sense of what it was about those articles that made people want to share? What would it take for you to want to add your comment? Thanks! Donna
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