Mar 31 Posted 2 years ago
I can't say I land on any one side. I believe the decisions that Jay and Copyblogger have made are based on more strategic reasons. Convince and Convert have also joined the fray in removing comments.
I think the takeaway for most bloggers should be that they weigh up their business model and decide if audience building is a key component of that and if so, does blog comments allow for your audience to engage and be part of a community.
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