Yesterday new contributor Holly from Paisley Petal events knocked it out of the park with her Valentine’s Day edible topiary.
Today, I am excited to introduce you to our second amazing regular contributor and I think you’re going to love her too!
Kendra is a Hawaii-based digital designer. Her hard work stands as the background and design on some of the blogosphere’s largest sites. She’s also a social media consultant for a large online craft company.
Amidst running her business and raising a young family with her husband who’s in school, Kendra blogs regularly on her own site Key Lime.
Several weeks ago, I asked about what you’d like to see more of on the site. Overwhelmingly you asked for more Blogger design tips.
I haven’t been on Blogger in a while, so I was “forced” to go out and find THE BEST to help us all out.
So, without further ado…
How to add threaded comments on Blogger
I think almost all bloggers would agree that reading comments is one of the best parts about being a blogger. I love blog comments! The community and friendships that can be created through post comments is amazing!
Although getting readers to actually comment may not always be an easy task [10 Tips to Increase Blog Comments Here] Blogger has added a new feature that will help make the comment conversations flow a little smoother! Blogger now supports Threaded Comments!
Threaded comments makes it easier to engage with readers and answer questions, reply, give advice or just chit chat!
Bloggers new Threaded Comments should be automatically added to all Blogger blogs but you may have to check a few settings to ensure that they will work correctly.
1. Login to your Blogger Dashboard then go to Settings. Under Settings make sure you have “Allow Blog Feed” set to Full.
2. Under Settings > Posts and Comments > make sure the Comment Location is set to Embedded.
If you are still having problems and the option to “reply” to comments still isn’t showing up on your blog you can view the Blogger Help Page for more pointers and additional information!
What do you think? Will you be trying out this new feature?