Some tips to insure that everyone that wants to comment on your poetry can.
1. Enable your profile. When you leave a comment on a blog, other bloggers might want to click on your name to check out the person behind the thoughts. They can't if your profile is not available.
2. Use Name/URL on blogger. Remember if you don't have a blogspot blog but you want to leave a link to your site, you can click on Name/URL. Leave your URL that way. Check out the comments to see an example of me doing this.
3. Reconsider word verification if you use it. It can really discourage, or even make it impossible, for some people to leave comments. I've used it before and found that it does keep out spam. But most of my blogs only get about one spam a week. I would rather erase that then keep people from commenting.
4.Check your settings. Did you mean to make people log in in order to comment? I would rather delete the occasional rude anonymous comment than miss great ones from people who can't log in to google or wordpress. Consider making your comments open to everyone.
Overall, these choices are yours. But remember they do greatly affect how many reviews you get.
Know another tip? Leave it in the comments section.
Speaking of comments, today is your last day to check out our Featured Poets of the Week. Stop by thier sites and tell them you found them through PWB. Thanks for all your devotion to keeping poetry alive in the blogosphere.