A taste of FAITH, a touch of LAUGHTER.
I’m reposting this blog from The Honking Goose, because the question asked raises some valuable points about WordPress “likes” and blogger behaviours in general for me. The discussion comments after the post are interesting to follow too, if you do that sort of thing. I do….
I commented some thoughts there, which I will repost here.
“When read a post, I hope I can genuinely “like ” It. If I do, I press like, unless I can’t rightly “like” the content for some reason. If that’s the case, I try to leave a comment so that the person will know I read the post. I would like people to do the same for me.”
“I think if someone “likes” my post for some particular reason, other than agreeing with it, I’d like to know more about that. Otherwise, I’m left thinking that the person is in agreement.”
“I’ve had “likes” immediately after posting a long detailed post. It does make you wonder….do some people see the pic and an initial comment in the reader and like it from there without clicking through to read the post?”
“Maybe WordPress needs to make a button pop up that says “WHY?” after you click “like”, so that you HAVE to say something decent about why you like it 😉 :P“
So, what is the real VALUE of a “like”?
Why do YOU DO “likes”?
What does it MEAN to you when YOU get a “like”?
I want to know, so post your answer here, but PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE check the blog link (The Honking Goose) and interact there also, because that’s where this post originates from! I love when another blog post inspires me to think, or to actually write something 😉 😛
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Inquiring minds want to know….. 😉