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How to Write an Article or Comment that Webmasters Won’t Delete

Welcome to Classy Sites, a website for helping stay-at-home-parents reach their dreams to stay at home with their kids and still afford to eat. Here you will find all kinds of topics from the musings of a Marine’s wife. Stuff about my kids, how I save a buck, road trips, taking care of the animals we own or have owned in the past, gardening, education, and general household living all will have their place in my blog posts. I know that the expert bloggers say to focus on a subject but I just can’t, it’s not my nature! My husband often says “look, you saw a bunny, didn’t you?” because it seems I never finish one project before I start a new one!

With all the different topics though, it’s easy to find one that you know something about, or that interests you in some way. If you land on a topic about say, traveling with children, your comment should reflect that you actually read and either agreed or disagreed with my reasoning or something in the blog article. It is OK to disagree with me, but it is not OK to say something like “I googled this subject (what subject, hunny?) for 30 minutes and you’ve finally answered my question (what question, dear?). I delete those. Why? Because it is clear you’ve put no thought into your comment, and that you are posting this same line on as many blogs as you can today.

If you would like your comment to appear and not be deleted, read the article first, then write something thoughtful about it. I keep those, and hopefully you and I can become a sort of partnership. I’ll scratch your back (with back links) if you scratch mine (with well-thought comments).

Now go find an article and read it! I’ll do the same for you.