More comments means
better search engine placement and seo.
more income from delighted customers.
more brand awareness and influence.
a happier, more engaged community.
continual relevance and authority.
A site visitor leaves a comment.
You, your authors, and others involved in the conversation get an email.
Anyone can reply without ever leaving their inbox. Maybe at your desk. Maybe on your phone. Maybe even offline.
The email replies are magically turned into brand new comments in the blink of an eye. The process repeats. Everyone wins. Especially you.
Sound obvious? It is!
So why doesn’t your site have it?
Replyable is just $2.99/month.
Sign up today and the first month is free.
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Want to see it work?
Click here to spawn a new email message. Write something. Hit send.
Your email will be converted to a comment and show up down there in a few seconds time.
The full version of Replyable is a bit more complicated (think opt-ins etc), but this will give you the idea of how fun it is!
From Engage: The Replyable Blog
The newest version of Replyable is available now and brings with it a few new modes for powering comment subscriptions. How Replyable has always handled active conversations By default Replyable uses two systems to make sure nobody gets too much email. First, it judges if a comment is worthy by performing length, relevance, and reading level. Those that don’t make the cut won’t be sent to subscribers. Second, Replyable is smart about how much email it is sending. If a post gets too chatty it will either pause subscriptions (in the free version) or switch … Read more
For most bloggers, comments can be hit and miss affairs. Often, we publish a post and think, “Damn, I nailed that one!” and then see little to zero comments afterward, and feel deflated. Or, we can publish a quick post that we feel is almost like a throwaway, as opposed to the more thoughtful example above, and it gets hundreds of comments. To be sure, the science of blog commenting can be anything but scientific! However, content aside when it comes to attracting comments, there’s a key reason why we should be looking at comments … Read more
Think of the last time you got together with friends, or family, or even colleagues from work. You enjoyed the company, you laughed, you caught up on missed life events, and basically had a really good time. Hopefully, right? As you reflect on that time together, there’s probably a good chance that the key takeaway for everyone is that you all enjoyed the great company and conversations. Because, let’s face it, conversations – and those that help make us more educated, or filled in, or even better people – can make all the difference between a … Read more