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Is it difficult to get comments on new blog? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a lots of comments on new blog? 
Even who have started their blog long time ago don’t see much comments on their post.
If you’re new blogger and want to get more comments on new blog
Then,
This post will surely help you to get more comments on new blog (0r) any blog.

Why & How to Get More Comments On New Blog?
Blogs are meant a place of discussion. Where different kind of people discuss some specific topics which is why gaining comments is one of the most important thing for a blog after traffic.

Comments show how active the blog is and what kind of audience it has. In simple words, comments are life of blogs.

It allows readers to interact with each other and keep the conversation going.

If you are smart enough to see, sometimes comments of your readers can give you ideas for your blog and what topics you should cover in near future.

Another hidden benefit of having nice number of comments on your blog is ease in gaining guest bloggers and advertiser because they are looking for active community.

As for a new blog, comments can play a vital role in making a blog popular and make people to come back again and again. Now allow me to show you some amazing ways to get more comments on new blog and every new post that you publish.

How to Get More Comments on New Blog ??

1. Build Strong Network:
The best way to get more comments on new blog is to have relationships with other bloggers.

Why?

This is because when you share your content with them, they would love to tell you how good or bad you were and what they though about your words.

Having a strong relationship with your fellow bloggers will not only results in more comments but more traffic too because they are fully loyal to you and have no problem in sharing your content. Here are few tips to help you build good network with other bloggers. (Specially newbies)

- Follow them on social networks (facebook, twitter)

2. User Killer Call to Action:
Calling your reader to action is the best way to make them do anything you want. This can be subscribing to your blog’s feeds, newsletter or commenting on any post.

Readers are mentally ready to exit your blog as they reach at the end of post, but if they are told to do something, they stay and follow. But don’t use the traditional boring ways for doing so.

Instead, tell them to do so in a fashion hat catches their attention and they feel like someone actually told them to do something. Call to action works more effectively than anything else. Few examples of Call To actions are.

- Did I missed any point?
- If you find post useful consider sharing
- You can subscribe to my blog to receive new articles
- What you think about this post?
- Did I missed any example of call to actions? Let me know in comments..


3. Award Commentators:
Encourage the commentators on your blog by awarding them?

No! No! 

You don’t have to give them trophies or fat pay checks so they become happy and keep commenting. Follow tips below to award commentators (in WordPress). This really works and will help you to get more comments on new blog (or) any blog.

How To Award Commentators?
- Install CommentLuv Plugin
- Use Top Commentators Widget
- Add Recent Comment Widget
- Special Tip: Give some things/freebies to top commentator of the month. Like ad spot or a backlink for one month.

4. Create Killer content:
Creating killer content is obviously must for all kind of blogs at any age but is way too important for a blog that was just born.

If you want anyone to show his thoughts about something in world of blogging, you have to force him.

And the best way to force is not by telling them to, but by creating killer content and then using the call to action at the end of the post. A perfect article can force thoughts to come out as words. 


5. Comment on other blogs:
This is something that most people don’t take as serious option. This works in pretty simple fashion.

When you comment on other blogs, it is too obvious that comment moderator will surely visit your blog and may comment too.

Comment on at least 30-50 blogs in a week and see the difference.

But any reader of that blog who clicks on your link inside that comment just because what you said sounded interesting to him is a definite commentator at your blog too.

Conclusion

Always share, promote and comment on your fellow bloggers’s content before asking them to leave comment on your blog.

I dint recommend guest blogging here in this post. Because if you are a new blogger it won’t work good for you.

So, just focus more on building a strong network by blog commenting, writing great stuff and award commentators using above tips.

I’m sure these tips will help you to get comments on new blog or any blog.

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You may want to think twice before unfriending someone on Facebook. That's because new research has found that serious real-world consequences come from unfriending someone on social media.

In particular, researchers found that 40% of people say they would avoid someone who unfriended them on Facebook, while 50% say they would not avoid a person who unfriended them. Women were more likely than men to avoid someone who unfriended them, the researchers found.

"People think social networks are just for fun," said study author Christopher Sibona, a doctoral student at the University of Colorado Denver Business School. "But in fact what you do on those sites can have real-world consequences."

Some of those consequences highlight the way social media relationships affect people in the real world. Sibona says the survey results show the effects of being ostracized on social media, citing respondents who reported reduced self-esteem, feelings of not belonging and a loss of control after being unfriended. Respondents also say they had a worse mood after a social media breakup.

"The cost of maintaining online relationships is really low, and in the real world, the costs are higher," Sibona said. "In the real world, you have to talk to people, go see them to maintain face-to-face relationships. That's not the case in online relationships. Since it's done online there is an air of unreality to it but in fact there are real-life consequences. We are still trying to come to grips as a society on how to handle elements of social media. The etiquette is different and often quite stark."

The research, which was based on 583 responses gathered through Twitter, also found there were several factors that would predict whether or not a person would avoid someone who unfriended them. Those factors were:

If the person discussed the event after it happened.

> If the emotional response to the unfriending was extremely negative.

> If the person unfriended believed the action was due to offline behavior.

> The geographical distance between the two.

> If the troubled relationship was discussed prior to the unfriending.

> How strong the person valued the relationship before the unfriending.

"People who are unfriended may face similar psychological effects…because unfriending may be viewed as a form of social exclusion," Sibona said. "The study makes clear that unfriending is meaningful and has important psychological consequences for those to whom it occurs."

The study was published by the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.

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How Not to Drive Traffic to Your Blog?


There are lots of ways to drive traffic to your site. Especially newbie bloggers are mad for getting traffic. They can do anything for getting traffic. There are lots of articles written on web about getting traffic, and shared lots of ways to get traffic. But no one showed that what are bad ways to drive traffic to your blog, and which type of traffic is really useless and even giving harm to you sometimes.


Today I'll show you some bad techniques to drive traffic to your site, which you should be aware of and never use them. Because they won't give you any benefit, in-fact they could harm you sometimes, too.

Paid Traffic
Lots of internet companies are offering guaranteed leads to your website for a small amount. Like, they say, they will give you 1000 unique visitors only for 2$. Any newbie would get excited with this offer and probably, but it.

Do you know how harmful is Paid Traffic? Paid traffic aren't the real visitors. They have a big crowd of people, who have signed contract for visiting websites and they get money for visiting it. Those people won't comment, share of like your articles, they will just visit and go.

Tell me, is this traffic helpful in anyway?

This type of traffic is even worst than the robots traffic.

The second worst type of traffic is,

Traffic generated by Crappy Softwares

You might be already knowing about this, they are some softwares which will provide traffic to your site. Actually, its not traffic at all. You've to enter proxies and the software will generate hits using the free proxy ip provided by you, which could be easily found anywhere on the web.

Link Baiting
Link baiting means, exchanging links with other sites. This may generate traffic to your site. Link baiting is basically for a fixed period, after that, both of the sites will remove each others' links from their site. You'll get traffic till your link is there, and a bit of link juice too, but after that, once your link is removed, Google will catch you, and link baiting is one of worst black hat SEO technique, so your rankings will fall down.

You'll lose your rankings, and your traffic and blog will be dead. So you must be aware of these bad techniques.

So now question is that, how to drive traffic?

I've answered your question earlier already. If you want to know how to drive traffic to your site, then check this post written by me on blogtipsntricks.

I hope you liked this short but informative article.

Drop your Questions and Comments below.

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I hope each and every web surfers are aware of this exit popup function. The purpose why I've used Jquery function here is, "stay on page or leave the page" exit popup can be created without using Jquery but the major drawback of it is, it keeps on showing exit popup even if a user click on any internal link too. So to overcome this drawback, I have used Jquery java-script function here which ensures that the "stay on page" exit popup pops only when the visitor try to leave your site and not when a visitor clicks on any internal link.

I hope each and every web surfers are aware of this exit popup function. The purpose why I've used Jquery function here is, "Stay on page or leave the page" exit popup can be created without using Jquery but the major drawback of it is, it keeps on showing exit popup even if a user click on any internal link too. So to overcome this drawback, I have used Jquery java-script function here which ensures that the "stay on page" exit popup pops only when the visitor try to leave your site and not when a visitor clicks on any internal link.

Stay on Page or Leave this page exit popup

Install "Stay on page" exit popup on blogger

1. Go to blogger dashboard --> Template --> Edit html.

2. Find(Ctrl+F) for </head> tag and place the following peace of code just above it.

<script src='http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.7.1/jquery.min.js' type='text/javascript'/>
<script type='text/javascript'>
function PopIt() { return &quot;Are you sure you want to leave?&quot;; }
function UnPopIt() { /* nothing to return */ }

$(document).ready(function() {
window.onbeforeunload = PopIt;
$(&quot;a&quot;).click(function(){ window.onbeforeunload = UnPopIt; });
});
</script>

Replace Are you sure you want to leave? with your desired words.

3. Save the Template.

Not only the blogger users, but also anyone can use this script on their blogs/sites. Kindly wait till your site completes loading and then you will notice this stay on page exit popup once after you try to exit from the site. The live demo of this can be found on my blog, just try it out and just don't jump out :)


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Today I’ve Floating Recent Tweets Widget For Blogger and WordPress Blog. When you move cursor on it. It pop out with Cool Floating Recent Tweets Widget. This is a great widget for you to increase twitter followers and force visitors to follow you.

Below I’ll show you how to add this Cool Floating Recent Tweets Widget In Blogger and WordPress.

Adding Cool Floating Floating Recent Tweets Widget.

Adding Recent Tweets Widget To Blogger

Go to Dashboard > Design > Page Elements.
Click Add A Gadget. In window, select HTML/Javascript .
Copy the code below and paste it inside the box.
Click Save button.

Adding Recent Tweets Widget To WordPress

Go to Dashboard > Appearance > Widgets > Available Widgets.
Drag Text widget into a sidebar.
Paste in the code.
Save.

<style>img,a{border:0;}#on{visibility:visible;}#off{visibility:hidden;}#facebook_div{width:196px;height:353px;overflow:hidden;}#twitter_div{width:246px;height:353px;overflow:hidden;}#google_plus_div{width:152px;height:97px;overflow:hidden;margin-left:50px;margin-top:10px;}#knfeedburner_div{width:300px;height:97px;margin-top:25px;overflow:hidden;}#kakinetwork_div{width:300px;height:97px;overflow:hidden;}

#twitter_right{z-index:10004;border:2px solid #6CC5FF;background-color:#6CC5FF;width:246px;height:353px;position:fixed;right:-250px;}#twitter_right_img{position:absolute;top:-2px;left:-35px;border:0;}

#kakinetwork_right{z-index:10003;border:2px solid #303030;background-color:#fff;width:300px;height:97px;position:fixed;}#kakinetwork_right img{position:absolute;top:-2px;left:-101px;}/* left side style */#facebook_left{z-index:10005;border:2px solid #3c95d9;background-color:#fff;width:196px;height:353px;position:fixed;left:-200px;}#facebook_left img{position:absolute;top:-2px;right:-35px;}#facebook_left iframe{border:0px solid #3c95d9;overflow:hidden;position:static;height:360px;right:-2px;top:-3px;}#twitter_left{z-index:10004;border:2px solid #6CC5FF;background-color:#6CC5FF;width:246px;height:353px;position:fixed;left:-250px;}#twitter_left_img{position:absolute;top:-2px;right:-35px;border:0;}
#kakinetwork_left{z-index:10003;border:2px solid #303030;background-
color:#fff;width:300px;height:97px;position:fixed;}#kakinetwork_left img{position:absolute;top:-2px;right:-101px;}

</style><script src='http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.7.1/jquery.min.js'></script><script type="text/javascript" src="http://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js"></script><script type="text/javascript">jQuery(document).ready(function(){ jQuery("#facebook_right").hover(function(){ jQuery(this).stop(true,false).animate({right: 0}, 500); },function(){ jQuery("#facebook_right").stop(true,false).animate({right: -200}, 500); }); jQuery("#twitter_right").hover(function(){ jQuery(this).stop(true,false).animate({right: 0}, 500); },function(){ jQuery("#twitter_right").stop(true,false).animate({right: -250}, 500); }); jQuery("#google_plus_right").hover(function(){ jQuery(this).stop(true,false).animate({right: 0}, 500); },function(){ jQuery("#google_plus_right").stop(true,false).animate({right: -154}, 500); }); jQuery("#feedburner_right").hover(function(){ jQuery(this).stop(true,false).animate({right: 0}, 500); },function(){ jQuery("#feedburner_right").stop(true,false).animate({right: -303}, 500); }); });</script>

<div id="on"><div id="twitter_right" style="top: 20%;"><div id="twitter_div"><img id="twitter_right_img" src="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-fcEMbjMcVhI/UDzNfUCWxcI/AAAAAAAAAt4/p0lew_c7Sxw/s320/allbloggingtips.com-twitter-icon.png" /><script src="http://widgets.twimg.com/j/2/widget.js"></script><script>new TWTR.Widget({version: 2,type: 'profile',rpp: 4,interval: 1000,width: 246,height: 260,theme: {shell: {background: '#63BEFD',color: '#FFFFFF'},tweets: {background: '#FFFFFF',color: '#000000',links: '#47a61e'}},features: { loop: false,live: true,scrollbar: false,hashtags: false,timestamp: true,avatars: true,behavior: 'all' }}).render().setUser('3wsolution').start();</script></div></div></div>

</div>

Just replace 3wsolution with your twitter username. That’s it!

Visit your Blogs to see it floating at the right side of your webpage. I hope this Floating Recent Tweets Widget will help you in increasing the number of your Twitter Followers. That’s all. 


If you face any problem in Floating Floating Recent Tweets Widget then don’t stop just drop your comments and Feel free to ask.
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When it comes to attracting attention to yourself on the internet, nothing does a better job than share buttons.

Whether its twitter or google plus, social media probably has a huge impact on your traffic. I set out to create an attention grabbing way to display buttons, and came up with this: a circle that expands revealing a bunch of Social Sharing Widget on hover.

This widget is created using Pure CSS3 and ShareThis social sharing plugin. This widget have 4 buttons: Facebook Like button, Google +1 button, Tweet button and main ShareThis button for more social sharing links.

Note: This Blogger Social Sharing widget animated zoom out feature will only work on latest Browsers and won’t work with Internet Explorer ( not tested with IE 10 ).

Add CSS3 Thread Out Social Sharing Widget In Blogger

1. Login to Blogger Dashboard > Design tab > Edit Html

2. Click on Expand Template widgets check box

3. Search for <div class='post-footer-line post-footer-line-1'> HTML tag

4. And Put Below Code immediately after it

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;'>
<style type="text/css">
.ringMenu {
width: 100px;
margin: 150px auto;
}
.ringMenu ul {
list-style: none;
position: relative;
width: 100px;
color: white;
}
.ringMenu ul a {
color: white;
}
.ringMenu ul li {
-webkit-transition: all 0.3s ease-in-out;
-moz-transition: all 0.3s ease-in-out;
-o-transition: all 0.3s ease-in-out;
-ms-transition: all 0.3s ease-in-out;
transition: all 0.3s ease-in-out;
}
.ringMenu ul li a {
display: block;
width: 100px;
height: 100px;
background: rgba(50,50,50,0.7);
text-align: center;
line-height: 100px;
-webkit-border-radius: 50px;
border-radius: 50px;
font-size: 20px;
}
.ringMenu ul li a:hover {
background: rgba(230,150,20,0.7);
text-decoration: none;
}

.ringMenu ul li:not(.main) {
-webkit-transform: rotate(-180deg) scale(0);
-moz-transform: rotate(-180deg) scale(0);
-o-transform: rotate(-180deg) scale(0);
transform: rotate(-180deg) scale(0);
opacity: 0;
}
.ringMenu:hover ul li {
-webkit-transform: rotate(0) scale(1);
-moz-transform: rotate(0) scale(1);
-o-transform: rotate(0) scale(1);
transform: rotate(0) scale(1);
opacity: 1;
}
.ringMenu ul li.top {
-webkit-transform-origin: 50% 152px;
-moz-transform-origin: 50% 152px;
-o-transform-origin: 50% 152px;
transform-origin: 50% 152px;
position: absolute;
top: -70px;
left: 50px;
}
.ringMenu ul li.bottom {
-webkit-transform-origin: 50% -52px;
-moz-transform-origin: 50% -52px;
-o-transform-origin: 50% -52px;
transform-origin: 50% -52px;
position: absolute;
bottom: -70px;
left: 50px;
}
.ringMenu ul li.right {
-webkit-transform-origin: -52px 50%;
-moz-transform-origin: -52px 50%;
-o-transform-origin: -52px 50%;
transform-origin: -52px 50%;
position: absolute;
top: 10px;
right: -50px;
}
.ringMenu ul li.left {
-webkit-transform-origin: 152px 50%;
-moz-transform-origin: 152px 50%;
-o-transform-origin: 152px 50%;
transform-origin: 152px 50%;
position: absolute;
top: 10px;
left: -50px;
}
</style>
<div class="ringMenu">
<script type="text/javascript">var switchTo5x=false;</script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://w.sharethis.com/button/buttons.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">stLight.options({publisher: "ur-e9856caa-8f3b-40a6-82af-461e390fe167"});</script>
<ul>
<li class="main"><a href="#main">SHARE</a></li>
<li class="top"><span class='st_fblike_vcount' displayText='Like'></span></li>
<li class="right"><span class='st_sharethis_vcount' displayText='Share'></span></li>
<li class="bottom"><span class='st_plusone_vcount' displayText='+1'></span></li>
<li class="left"><span class='st_twitter_vcount' displayText='Tweet'></span></li>
</ul>
</div>
</b:if>

5. Save your Template and Done!

Customization
The demo and post codes are same. You have to adjust this widget with your blog design ( how do I know your blog design look like  ).  No more customizations needed for this CSS3 Thread Out Social Sharing Widget CSS3 Thread Out Social Sharing Widget for Blogger for Blogger, but if you want you can replace ShareThis script with your regiestered ShareThis account script.

Once you’ve done that, save everything and check it out! Thanks for reading, and if you liked this little tutorial and socal sharing widget don’t forget to share. It really helps.

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