On occasion I’ve decided to feature my top 10 commenters.
On each page here on the blog you’ll notice a little “Top Commenters” box on the footer. There you’ll see the avatars of those who are most involved in the discussions going on after each blog post via comments. If you’re looking for exposure and traffic for your own blog, it’s a great way to get noticed.
So, on this random date I’m featuring the current top 10 commenters (as of August 17th).
1. Hugo Martins
This wonderful blogger is from Portugal, but speaks and writes in English fluently. I’m impressed with his skills and dedication to blogging and how he’s let it push him to become fluent in a secondary language. That’s some powerful blogging! Recently he even wrote a powerful guest post here at Smart Boy Designs talking about his commitment to blogging, and why he’s not stopping anytime soon.
Learn more about Hugo at his blog, Connected.
2. Stuart Mills
Stuart Mills, in my opinion, is a certifiable genius. On a regular basis he pumps out incredible pieces of content over at his blog – and they’re always on target, precise & thought-provoking. In my interactions with Stuart I’ve only been fed. My mind. Soul. Everything that I am becomes a little bit better, when I read what he has to say. I’m very grateful for his support.
You can visit him online at Unlock the Door.
3. Laurinda Shaver
Have you ever had one of those special friends in your youth that will go down as one of the “greats” in your life? Almost like a friend pulled right out of the movie Stand By Me. Laurinda, to me, is one of those special friends. She’s always there to leave a witty comment, a special thought or a friendly virtual hug. I’m all smiles when Laurinda is around.
Please visit her blog here.
4. Oliver Tausend
With his lively accent and friendly demeanor, I’ve been very grateful to have become acquainted with Oliver. He’s always sharing his unique insights in a kind, bright way via videos and audio on his blog. One thing in particular I love about the way Oliver writes is that it’s unbiased. He takes everything into special and delivers powerful messages.
If you want to grow personally, visit him online here.
5. Yomar Lopez
Mr. Lopez. Yogizilla. The man with many names. I can’t quite remember how we connected, but Yomar is a true friend through and through. I’m often amazed how much interaction you’re able to have with those that you really care about online through social media. That’s where it’s powerful. And that’s exactly what Yogizilla understands. Friends matter. Connections matter.
Do you want a friend? Visit Yogizilla’s Blankity Blank-Blank.
6. Antonio Coleman
There’s this one special individual who has a unique gift. The ability to foresee the future. His name is Antonio Coleman. It seems that every time I post a new blog post, within moments Antonio leaves a comment. It’s a token of support that I appreciate – because it means he cares. He cares enough to stop by, share a thought & move on. Thank you Antonio for pushing me along.
Antonio writes a blog which you can find here.
7. Is It Down
Although I don’t know the name behind “Is It Down,” I’m grateful for the support and thoughts they provide via comments. Recently they’ve begun commenting on many blog posts and jumping right on into the discussion involved. They show that whether you’re a business or individual, comments are for everyone!
You can visit the Is It Down service (which is awesome!) here.
8. Adrienne Smith
How do you go about describing someone within the capacities of one paragraph whom means so much to you? If I could use one word to describe Adrienne, it would be fighter. When you’ve got her on your side she’ll fight for you until the bitter end. Whether it’s tweeting your posts, sharing thoughts through comments or showing her support through other various means – she doesn’t back down. Thank you Adrienne.
Please visit Adrienne at her blog here.
9. Jens P. Berget
Oh Jens! This Norwegian man makes me smile. First of all, he runs a tremendous blog featuring information on small business marketing. Second being that he’s simply brilliant. He has the opportunity of directing the marketing programs for a college – so he has a slew of first-hand knowledge to backup his thoughts with. I’m so grateful that our paths have crossed and that we’ve been able to interact on a regular basis.
Check out his blog, slymarketing, right now!
10. SEO Los Angeles
This commenter is relatively new to routine commenting on the blog, but I’ve been grateful for her presence. She obviously comes from a strong background in marketing and SEO judging by the quality of comments left, so she’s always adding relevant and crucial information to whatever topic is at hand.
For SEO services in Los Angeles, check her out here.