Donker Spore – Justice in Jeopardy Episode 1

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  1. Great advice, but it can be a tricky thing to navigate, depending mostly on the audience and niche you’re writing in. People can find that “what do you think?” sort of open ended post to be either 1) tonally looking down on them or 2) not authoritative.
    That said, I do think the conversation and community comments create are the lifeblood of a blog, so focusing on increasing them is really important.
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  2. When I read a blog asking, “What do you think?” my automatic answer is, “I think I need more coffee. S’cuze me, brb.” There are way better ways to word your conclusions and questions to interest people and make them want to put down a comment. “What do you think,” would be one way *not* to attract comments, because it basically says, “Please, I need your comments badly,” and people pick up on that.
    Good one – leave some stones unturned. People get excited when they feel they’ve discovered something great or one-upped you (honestly). But personally, I’d hint that the stones are there  Nothing wrong with a little clue to the treasure hunt.
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