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Michele Martin

You are so awesome!

RE: your question about whether or not numbers of comments correlates to numbers of posts saved on delicious, etc. My anecdotal experience has been that my posts either get saved a lot to delicious, with few comments OR not a lot of saves, but more comments.

It appears to me that the posts that are more "how-to" or resource kinds of posts tend to get saved or shared. The posts that generate comments don't seem to have the same impact--they mostly seem to invite conversation. Again, this is just an observation on my own blog--it could definitely be different with other people.

What's interesting about this for me is that it forces me to wonder how I'm measuring value on my blog. I go back and forth--do I want people to save a lot of my posts or do I want them to engage in conversation? Ideally I want both, of course. But it doesn't seem to work that way. I wonder if I'm the only one who has this experience?

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