I've recently started a blog targeted to both casual and professional software developers.
Since all these people spend a lot of time on Google+, I use mainly Google+ for marketing. I think people like my blog, if because I have dozens of +1 and re-shares on most posts, and a dozen of additional followers every day.
People also leave a lot of comments on Google+ posts. I'm happy about that. But the problem is that they don't leave the comments on the site, but on Google+. They see the post, they navigate to my site, they +1 (or not), and if they want to leave a comment, they navigate back to Google+ to comment the post.
I don't understand why that, because my interface to add a comment is very similar to the equivalent feature of Google+, and I'm very frustrated, because some people do very valuable contributions that I would prefer on my blog rather that scattered across the different re-shares of my post.
Anybody can point me in the right direction to address that issue ?
Here is a page when you can have a look at the feature and screw everything you want: http://www.samuelrossille.com/home/comment.html
Here my site, so you can browse the site and see then "add a comment" feature in situ on normal pages. Please don't leave test comments on them ;=)
Other than that, I would be most happy to receive any feedback on user experience, even if that's not the point of this question.