Blog Commenting

Thanks for visiting the My Marketing Person blog and website.  While here, there are a few guidelines you’ll want to follow to ensure everyone has a good time and gets what they need.  They are as follows.


  • Reply to the topic at hand. 
  • Feel free to state your opinion, whether you agree or disagree, and provide commentary with substance.
  • Have something to say that’s in your own words or cited appropriately.
  • Tweet, bookmark, or otherwise link to a blog post if you find it useful.
  • Contact me if you’d like to post a comment that’s long. You may be invited to do a guest blog post or Q&A instead.
  • Use your name or a nickname, but keep it clean and make it descriptive of who you are.  The point is to interact with each other and have a context for whomever we’re interacting with. 


  • Go off on a tangent to talk about yourself and/or promote something unrelated to the topic at hand. 
  • Comment just to comment and get a link.  It’s boring and a waste of space.
  • Post a long comment.  Let’s share the space and allow others to have their say.
  • Post comments under names like “Prostate Gland Problems,” “Pharmacy Tech Jobs,” “CNA Work in the Healthcare Field,” or anything that reads like a bad and unrelated headline or advertisement.  Or if you do, don’t expect your comment to be approved.  I use Askimet and these go right to spam anyway. 
  • Submit a comment that is offensive to any particular group with respect to race, nationality, religion, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or gender. 
  • Include someone else’s information in a comment without their permission.
  • Violate trademarks, copyrights or intellectual property rights in your comment.
  • Say something potentially slanderous or libelous about another company, person, or organization. 

 By following these simple rules, we can all enjoy dynamic interactions with intelligent people. My kind of place!

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