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Here’s what your comment should look like:

  1. Use your real first name and email address in the comment form
  2. Add smart, relevant ideas that expand on an article’s premise — read the article before you comment
  3. Drop funny references or jokes that carry the conversation forward
  4. Offer useful, constructive (not stupid or ugly) criticism
  5. Any combination of the above

Here are some examples (not comprehensive, but you’ll get the idea) of types of comments that’ll ensure your failure to communicate, at least on Copyblogger:

Opps, again, this comment policy is just a copy of CopyBlogger, but it matches what I think it should be on my blog, too!