The unspoken rules of WordPress

Does anybody know the unspoken rules of WordPress? Wait are there any or are these just in my head?

If you view someone’s blog, then can you at least show you were there? A like or a comment or hell even a ping-back!

I understand we don’t all share the same opinions but can we not read with open minds?

Don’t rage on me because you disagree, try commenting your opinion politely and we can further discuss your inability to comprehend my amazing blog posts. Kidding.

But seriously, this is where we share our thoughts expecting some kind of feedback, allowing us to grow. If you share your opinion in a negative way, I’ll listen. I may not be thinking happy thoughts & I’m more than likely holding back my fingers from typing out assho…but I’ll listen.

The tagging situation also tends to annoy the ish outta me. Can we use tagging that’s relevant to your article?

I’m sick of searching “humor”, only to find articles on “a dog’s dying wish”

okay..I completely made that up, but you get my point.

I love liking posts, I love giving feedback on posts, but what I love even more , is when others leave feedback for me.

So get out there and be that social blogger everyone loves!

p.s. Leave a comment about something you think should be added to the list of unspoken rules.

Xoxo

CitifiedB

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9 thoughts on “The unspoken rules of WordPress

  1. I’ve found lots of people just read and run – well, not literally leg it in horror, but you know what I mean. I would have no idea that anyone even likes my blog apart from those who mention it in person when I see them. I also have stealth stalkers who had never uttered a passing comment, yet I know read it religiously (via the crafty medium of stats by country), strange folk that we are.

  2. I agree! If a blog gives someone any sort of reaction: laughter, annoyance, empathy, a break from work, than I think the price you pay is a comment or like. These blogs don’t write themselves people!

  3. Well I was here after seeing that you graced my blog with your presence. I wholeheartedly agree with what you are saying here. I was just wondering the other day, “How does someone have like over a thousand followers yet never gets more than a handful of likes on any given blog?”

  4. Likes, comments, etc., keeps us going…it’s human nature to feel giddy when someone says something about a post. I try my best to make the effort to like or comment on someones blog, especially because I know it isn’t always easy to have the time in our daily lives to write a post. It’s also common courtesy; well to me it is. Also I want the writer to know I appreciate them. There are times I read a post and it feels like I needed that right now and I want to thank them. I don’t get to every single post because I live a crazy busy life, but the ones I do get to read, I like or comment.

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