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  1. Now THAT is cool. First off, I must commend you on your remarkable restraint and generosity. My reaction to receiving a one-sentence comment from someone who didn’t even read the post is not to visit the person’s blog and leave them a thoughtful, in-depth comment. I think you deserve an award or honorary sainthood
    So thank you for raising awareness about comments. Unfortunately, there are way too many bloggers who believe a comment can be just a short sentence.
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  2. So what does this have to do with your article? It proves that you are right. Making meaningful comments not only will help you being noticed, but also help you develop great relationships with other bloggers.
     To my surprise, in just a few weeks she began reading my posts and making great comments. She is now one of my faithful followers who always promote my articles and comments on them.
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  3. I wanted to teach her a lesson, but then I changed my mind. I decided to teach her a lesson by making lengthy and meaningful comments instead.
    It was obvious to me she was doing it because she wanted to be noticed, but it was also obvious she wasn’t actually reading my posts. Her comments were ridiculously short and vague, like “great post” or “beautiful pictures.” I usually like to return the favor and comment back, so in her case I was very tempted to do it in the same manner she did.
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