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I noticed your comment today on my recent sunset photography tutorial and just wanted to say thanks for leaving the comment and the encouragement. I also took a look at the links of the photos on Flickr that you mentioned—nice work. Great to see some good examples on the topic—it really adds to the post to have them shared. Thanks for reading dPS and for being such a regular commenter—it means a lot to me. Darren Rowse 30 FURTHER READING 13 Types of Posts that Always Get Lots of Comments is good reading for those who are still trying to entice readers to comment.

This post made it to the front page of Digg and other social media sites simply because it contained some great tutorials. Conduct one-question interviews. This tactic is pretty straightforward: you shoot a question out to another blogger, or bloggers, to gain their perspective on a topic that’s relevant to your readers. It takes a little coordination and some planning, but it’s always worthwhile. I find this type of post most effective when you email the same question to a handful of bloggers in your niche, then compile all the answers into one post, side-by-side, so your readers can see different perspectives.

EXAMPLE The way you participate in forums can have a significant impact on perceptions of your authority, experience, and generosity within your niche. The Tutorials section of the dPS forums is a good place to see participation in action. One contributor who’s made a real name for himself over the year is Richard Taylor. As well as engaging with others to the tune of more than 3,000 forum posts, he’s also contributed a number of photography tutorials, including these: White Balance Found some good forums in your niche?

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