Adding Like and Dislike buttons to my comments

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Earlier this week I had dinner with my friend Steve Kaziyev. If you don’t know Steve, you probably do but just don’t know that you know him. He’s been in the domain industry for a long time and currently runs the NameSummit conference in NYC.

During dinner Steve asked me, “hey, why don’t you have a like button on your comments? That would be pretty useful” And I think he’s right.

So I thought I would give it a shot and I found a pretty nifty WordPress plugin that provides both a like and dislike button which I like even more since it seems only fair for people to give comments both positive and negative feedback.

I’m interested to know what you think about this change, useful? Stupid? Let me know. As usual I want to hear from you – comment and let your voice be heard!

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  • Southside June 22, 2018, 10:38 pm

    I have a photo of a like, dislike, and a heart saved on my phone. I use it in a text message when appropriate. People like it and ask how i did it. useful when i want to give a quick reply..

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  • Jose June 23, 2018, 10:11 am

    This already exists on Twitter and “I like it” and hated it.

    I think that over the years that you write your posts you do not need these buttons.

    Your subscribers always write a comment because it inrers what you write.

    Friend you are not of buttons, for when you play with video games you already use them.

    Happy day .
    Jose.

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