Ethics in Blogging?


I’m Re-blogging this, because I think it needs to be shared.
No Blogger should ever ask anyone to change their comment. The Blogger has a choice to allow comments on their blog, therefore, if it’s not what you want or you feel is SPAM-my, then don’t allow it on your blog. You don’t ask for your readers take on things, then tell them their opinion doesn’t matter and they need to change it to what you want.
Thank you, rant over.
Enjoy reading the Original Blog.

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Honest Heart and Mind

I’m a part of several blogging groups.  Several of group have comment threads, but each group has its own rules for these threads.  There is one thing that all seem to share in common however.  There are no requirements on how a commenter expresses him or herself.  As long as it’s a positive comment, no foul language, no insults, etc., there are no limitations.  As a blogger, I’ve noticed comments that are left are generally on topic of the post.  They discuss some aspect of a blog, even if it just one sentence.  From what I gather from conversations, the majority of readers do not answer questions specifically asked, and that’s great! Something sparked their interest and resonated with them.

Recently, I had a blogger publicly request that I change my comment to be about the main topic of the blog.  I understand the desire for this; however, if a…

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