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Like, Comment, or Leave?

I’m reblogging this post – one of my own – in response to a post on Lucile de Godoy’s blog I read, about removing her like button …

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I started blogging in an effort to keep the old brain cells alive. I'm writing a fantasy series, I take more MOOCs than I can handle, and am trying to get my Nikon D3000 off auto. I live in Victoria, Australia, with my husband and our dog, Vika.

4 thoughts on “Like, Comment, or Leave?

  1. Don’t think “like” is necessary, the return to the site shows that it is LIKED. (didn’t know what to do about the like button anyway) usually, anytime I push a strange button I get transferred to something else.

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    1. The like is unnecessary if you are going to comment, Sue. And you nearly always do and I really appreciate it.

      A lot of people do both, but that’s often to do with the blog layout, because if you press like then a little ‘comment on this post’ will come up and that saves you scrolling back to the top to link through to the comments pane. I think. ❤

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  2. I guess many people press the like button when using Reader. But I’ve found when I go to comment on Daily post, after commenting I am sent back to my e-mails and if I want to, have to go through the whole process again. I quite like to see the likes as it gives an idea who has been by.

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