What are you doing in your life? What interests you most? What impact is it having on you? What would you like to know more about?
When we land on a post, how do we relate to that post? How do we comment?
Beautiful butterflies not only suck up nectar, they distribute the pollen!!
Comments can build common interests. The more we know and understand each other, the more we can relate and build on that friendship.
- So keep in mind, the way you write your comments and how they have impact on others.
- And consider the author of the post: Give them a reason, so they can easily reply to your comments.
Not only, just that you LIKED a post,
And not repeating word-for-word statements. But making in-depth comprehensive original comments, that show your intelligence and on how you read and related to the post.
Also what you felt… actually helped you or was of interest to you:
- What was so profound about the post? And say how you intend to use it in future.
- Was there something you would like to know more about the topic?
- Remember we are talented in different ways, thus our experience could supply another facet to the topic.
- So if you know something about the topic that isn’t supplied in the post, please add your input. It builds on the topic and perhaps adds a missing important piece of info to the topic.
You are an important person,
And your comments count!
The author of the post (and we’re all authors of our own sites) need to know what interest people most, so they can continue to supply what people like.
- Don’t be shy to say what hobbies you have. And perhaps what technics you would like to improve on or know more about that hobby?
- Maybe someone out there will answer your comment and supply a solution to your request, besides the author of the post.
- What is your greatest desire to know about? Something that would make a difference to your life?
- What do you dream about of doing one day? Do you want to know how to achieve that?
- What do you think is holding you back from getting it? Is it your circumstances or a lack of some sort? And want to know how to overcome it?
- What do you like doing in your leisure time? Is it related to the topic?
This exercise is like getting to know yourself too! What makes you tick, fires you up personally, motivates you most, that gets you really excited? Maybe you could write more on those topics yourself, in your own blogs.
Not only that …
Know what DOESN’T interest you?
When you read and see things on the internet:
- What turns you off? Why does it aggravate you?
- What topics don’t interest you at all?
- What do you avoid like the plague? What makes you squirm and makes you feel uncomfortable?
Consider maybe other people don’t like those things either and would like to agree with you!
Showing interest in posts:
- Having interest in other people’s posts `opens doors’ to you. You could learn a lot of things you didn’t know before.
- When you show interest in other people and what their talents are, you build friendships (and followers).
- And knowing what interests people, you can relate more effectively.
- Friendly and good constructed comments build Steemit’s community.