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Yes, it is easier to fill in just comment. On the other hand, if name and email address are required, you might detract some users with a negative feeling in case they just filled in a comment but don't want to give you their email address. Ideally apply this approach for users that are already logged in only. To the anonymous you might want to offer an ...


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It depends on the emotion you want to create. In the case of technical site like IT portal/blog I would go for something like Say your word which can give the user the feeling that his opinion is wanted and matters while keeping short and simple.


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Its a case of "whats there in it for me. It depends on the context that you have set up before the user reaches the comment section. Motivation is an emotional response out of The content, The cheese at the other end and/or Sudden discoveries (really useful information/controversial information or comment that forces you to react/comment in this ...


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Consider bespoke CTAs. Ask a specific question or make a challenge that's tailored to this post. "Cat lands Boeing 777 at LAX" headline "Should the FAA regulate feline pilots?" CTA. "Max Headroom announces candidacy for GOP presidential nomination" "Should the GOP be open to synthetic humans?" "Molly Cyrus walks kids to school." "How cute ...


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A reluctant commenter might be "lured" into commenting. For example, it's easy to press a button and cast a vote. Attaching a comment dialog to a voting button might capture some additional portion of visitors who basically decide "oh well, I'm voting and I've got this dialog open now, so I might as well put in my two cents."


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Find out what could be a reason to comment there, maybe the microcopy isn't the problem. If you are looking for your visitors opinion then ask for it. What is your opinion on that? If you want an answer check if there was a question right before the comment section. If critique is what you want you can provoke. You know I'm right. For approval, use ...


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It's hard to know what copies work best without any user profile in mind... I mean, it took us a lot of research on emotional needs of users to understand the tone in which they needed CTA's or other written content, make sure you understand if your users like to feel smart through commenting or if they are more prone to commenting out of fun... Even if they ...


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If the internet has taught us one thing it's that everyone has an opinion. It has also taught us that attention spans online are short so unless I feel that sharing my opinion is worth the effort I'll pass. Here are a couple things you can do to remedy this situation and increase reader engagement... 1. Make sure users know why their opinion is important ...


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As Chris pointed out, of your choices, you're using what seems most appropriate. It's common language (good for scanning) and clearly states what the action is about. You have more than words at your disposal But there's more to it than language. If comments are what you're after, have you considered position, scale, and styling? Take StackExchange for ...


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I think people are getting off topic here, essentially you've asked 'which of the options out of my choice of 4 is best'. In which case the current option you are using is best as it's the most common and clear. The ones with questions could help as they are leading people in, but frankly if 1/1000 visitors is commenting at present I'd said switching to one ...


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Commenting is all about context. A few examples of websites encouraging people to generate content On a social platform like Facebook, asking "What's on your mind?" in the new-status box is an interactive, clear and concise way to hint as to what is to be written. On a knowledge-sharing, social platform like Quora, indicating topics of interest to the ...


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It's a question about affordance, ryt? Something provocative: 'Let's decide why it's wrong?' Invite for discussion: 'We need to talk about IT' Insert title in the calls: 'Cats in the office: your pros and cons' Placeholder as example of message: 'whut a rubbish bro' Standard calls: 'Spread your opinion', 'What's your point?' etc. Note that the style of ...


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In order to motivate your users and increase the user engagement for comment section, you need to show them that you need their comment. Among those 3 options, "Your Comment" makes more sense about this issue. Also you can check 45th guideline of this list



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