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Publishing a Blog with Blogger: Visual QuickProject Guide, Second Edition by Elizabeth Castro

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Chapter 8. Getting Others to Contribute

Writing a blog can sometimes feel like sending your thoughts out into the ether on a one-way ticket. If you’d like to know what other people thought of your blog, you might want to consider letting them add comments or backlinks to your posts. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to control who can leave comments, how to delete comments you don’t like, and how to hide comments on one post or on all the posts in a blog. In addition, you’ll see how to display and create backlinks.

Of course, comments and backlinks are only a reaction to what you’ve written in your posts. If you’d like others to help write the blog entries themselves, you can add blog authors to your blog in order to let them create their own entries. ...

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