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jueves, 21 de enero de 2016

Quieres que tus posts tengan más visitas???

                      Me he decidido a escribir este post, después de haber intentado escribir un comentario en la página " http://www.lacomarca.net/comarcas/bajo-aragon/bajo-aragon-sociedad/item/11022-fallece-un-alcanizano-de-48-anos-en-un-accidente-en-la-n-232" (no lo enlazo porque paso de darles publicidad.... ENCIMA!)     y después de dedicar un tiempo a redactar el mensaje, poner datos y demás 'paripés' que me exigen, voy a enviar y me encuentro con un ""%$/&%%*"" CAPTCHA y encima mál puesto, mal configurado y que simplemente me ha hecho olvidarme del post (ELLOS SE LO PIERDEN)

                    Si estás preocupado por el spam  o similares en tu site, usa la moderación de comentarios en lugar del captcha, porque pese a que el uso de este método es interesante para reducir el SPAM no es una opción amigable, y que descorazona al usuario medio de comentar.

Esta moderación de mensajes, no solo te da la opción de limitar el spam hasta hacerlo desaparecer, sino que te permite interactuar con tus usuarios más directamente y más a menudo.

               Por supuesto esta interacción va a redundar en una mejor valoración de tu site, porque a todos nos gusta que nos hagan un poco de caso (aunque sea muy poco ).
           Si quereis saber más acerca de como moderar comentarios en word press, os reproduzco aquí un video  (inglés) al respecto:   https://youtu.be/9__JXHG-SZE
UN SALUDO
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Do you want to get more comments on your blog posts? We often get asked about tips on increasing comments on WordPress blog posts. In this article, we will share 11 ways to get more comments on your WordPress blog posts.

1. Get a Better WordPress Hosting

Comments are resource intensive. Each time a user submits a comment on your WordPress site, your server runs a PHP script. If multiple users are submitting comments at the same time, this could slow down your site.
You will need to make sure that your WordPress hosting provider can handle it. If you have a larger site, then try a managed WordPress hosting provider likeWPEngine for better speed.

2. Use Comment Moderation Instead of Captcha

Adding CAPTCHA to block spam is an effective way to deal with comment spam.
However, CAPTCHA is not user-friendly, and it discourages regular users from commenting.
Instead of using CAPTCHA, you should enable comment moderation on your site and manually approve each and every comment (if you have to).
Comment moderation will not only allow you to block spam, it will also provide you a chance to interact with your users more often.
See our beginner’s guide on how to moderate comments in WordPress for detailed instructions.

3. Allow Users to Subscribe to Comments

By default when a user leaves a comment on your website, they will have to bookmark the link to come back and see if there is a new comment on the article.
If they forget to bookmark or can’t remember the name of your blog, then they will probably never come back again.
You can provide users a chance to subscribe to comments on your WordPress posts. This way they can get immediate notifications when there is a new comment.
This will significantly increase your pageviews and number of comments on your website. Your users will find discussions on your site to be more engaging.

Take a look at our guide on how to allow users to subscribe to comments in WordPress.

4. Notify Users on Replies to Their Own Comments

When a user leaves a comment on your site, there is no way for them to find out if anyone has replied to their comment. They will have to bookmark the page and visit it later. Most users will not do that.
You can easily allow users to subscribe to their own comments. This way they will ONLY receive a notification email when someone replies to their comment.
If you make it a habit to reply to most user comments on your site, then this could develop a highly engaging community around your blog.
For detailed instructions check out our tutorial on how to notify users on replies to their own comments in WordPress.

5. Show Newest Comments First

By default WordPress shows the newest comment at the bottom of the comments list. Now if you have lots of comments on a post, then users will be seeing the oldest comments on top.
This can be easily changed in WordPress.
Simply go to Settings » Discussion and scroll down to other comments settings section. You need to select newer from the drop down menu.

For more details, take a look at our tutorial on how to rearrange comments in WordPress – Display the most recent one on top.

6. Turn on Comments for Old Posts

Most bloggers turn off comments on older posts to reduce comment spam. However, there will be lots of users who might want to comment on these posts.
Since you are already using comment moderation, you can safely turn on comments on old posts.
Simply go to Settings » Discussion and scroll down to other comments settings section. Uncheck the box next to ‘Automatically close comments on articles older than X days’.

7. Showcase Your top Commenters

A good way to encourage and appreciate your most loyal users is by highlighting your top commenters. This shows users that they are part of your blog’s community, and you appreciate their effort to bring life into your comments.
Simply install and activate the Top Commenters Widget plugin. Upon activation, go to Appearance » Widgets page and add Top Commenters Widget to a sidebar.

For more detailed instructions, please see our guide on how to display your top commenters in WordPress sidebar.

8. Display Recent Comments

When users are looking at your homepage, they have no idea what’s happening in your blog’s comments section. For example, there may be a heated debate going on a new post where a user may want to chime in.
You can provide users a chance to look at current discussions by showing recent comments on your site.
Simply go to Appearance » Widgets and add Recent Comments widget to a sidebar.

9. Allow Users to Rate and Share Comments

The default WordPress commenting system is plain and simple. It does not have the social, gamification, and user engagement elements of a modern discussion platform. However, you can easily add these features in WordPress using plugins.
Simply install and activate the De:comments plugin. Upon activation the plugin will beautifully transform your WordPress commenting system into a highly engaging discussion platform.

credits to WPBEGINNER