Every day I read some really good blogs. And I get to the bottom and I find out I can't leave a comment. The "Comments have been turned off" by the person who published the blog. I find this practice very frustrating.
1) You took the time to write a blog and earned points for it.
2) I used my time to read your blog post and wanted to tell you how much I liked it, or ask you a question.
3) You can go to Stats and see how many people (other than me) used their time to read your blog.
In an industry and world where time is money, and a valuable resource that we hate to waste, WHY would you turn off commenting?
I just wonder what the logic is behind it is.
Is it simply because you don't want opinions on your topic? If so, then why write about it in the first place? Is it a time saver for you to turn off comments? Don't you want to know what we thought about the blog?
Can someone explain it to me?
No, I did not turn off commenting.