Comment Rotations: A Thing of the Past?

Long ago, in a web presence far, far away, comment rotations existed; you know, before everyone and their mama decided they were all web/graphic designers when they’d never even touched a single line of code. I’m getting ahead of myself, though, so let’s take a step back.

Comment rotations existed, which allowed those who signed up the opportunity to connect with bloggers who blogged about similar things. You would sign up, fill out your blog details, including what category your blog best fit under,r and then every Sunday or Monday, you would get an email with a list of 3 blogs that you were expected to comment on that week. It was a great way to discover new blogs and expand your network.

Sadly, as with most things they came to an end.

Until now.

That’s right; your girl has decided to open up a comment rotation website! The script has been completed, and I just need to find some time to figure out what the fuck I am going to name the rotation and design or pay someone to design a theme for it. Ideally, I’d like to launch on the 1st of February,f but I may have to push it to March, depending on time constraints.

I am so excited to bring this back to life, as I’ve always wanted to run a comment rotation website but at the time lacked the funds to hire someone to create the script for me.

Have you ever participated in a comment rotation? What was your experience like? Is it something you would participate in again? If you have never participated in one, would you consider doing it now?

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