How should you treat a blog post that is well written? Have you ever given some thought to that?
Many blog posts that are well written are often put together with great time and effort of the author. The author of the article has to brainstorm to come up with ideas, putting them together or even doing some research to make it one of the best article that he has ever written. After the author has published this article knowing that he put his all into it so that readers can benefit from it, he hardly gets no feedback. Can you imagine how this author really feels?
After reading a great quality article with lots of high points, here are 3 simple things that you can do to show your appreciation for this article.
Showing Your Appreciation
- Leave A Comment
Most blog readers normally leave blog comments after reading an article, this is like a reflex. But do you take the time out to really thank the author for such great write up? Don’t get me wrong! Most comments left on article these days often has the words ‘thank you’ in it. But how truly thankful are you?
A lot of comments sometimes say ‘thank you for this post, it has helped me very well’ or sometimes just a plain ‘thanks.’ Is this the way to really show your true appreciation? No I don’t think so. The best way to show your appreciation for a well written blog post is to leave a short detailed comment and to even mention a few points that you read in the article. This will go to show that you have read what the author has written.
- Share The Article
No doubt if I read a blog post that was well put together then I would not hesitate to send out a tweet, stumble it or posting it to my Facebook wall. This will go to show that you liked what you have read and you also want others to have a look at this article as well. I like it very much when my contents get shared, so it is always courteous to share or spread the word about other articles that are written by others.
- Blog About The Article
Another great way to show your appreciation is to mention it inside one of your articles that it might be related to. Your blog readers will see this as extra information passed on to them from you. This also goes hand in hand with sharing the article with others.
How do you go about showing your appreciation for an article that you have read, which was well written?