“How do you see people linking their blog when they comment on your blog post?”
That was more or less the topic of #blogchat (the America equivalent to #bblogger) Sunday night, and I took part for the very first time. I didnt even really know it existed; I had never really paid attention – I mean I barely participate in the #bblogger chats (tut tut to myself!)
I actually only caught the lovely Erin Scandalous retweeting a tweet from that #blogchat that did my head in:
I massively disagree. But maybe I’m just different.
I dont get a lot of comments so I appreciate each and every one. And it’s not like I am forced to click on a link when it’s included in a comment, right? You know, freedom of choice or whatever it is? But even if I would be getting a lot of comments, I sure as hell still don’t have to click on the links? So why would I care if it included a link or not if it doesn’t make any difference to me?
People then started bombarding me with tweets saying how it would be advertising and how people should pay for that. HUUUH? I dont get it. It’s a link, not a picture or whatever. It’s a link. That I dont have to click on.
And if my readers bother taking the time to read through my comments and find links, it’s still their choice to click on it too (not that I think any commenter bothers really reading through other people’s comments).
And for me the following is the most important thing (for me):
Miss drifted Snow White