It’s almost midnight but I couldn’t sleep so I decided to take a look at the numbers for my blog. I was blown away when I saw that each of my blog post can reach up to 1,900 page views. And then it hit me. If I can get that many views, how come only a handful of my readers participate?
For example, my EUR/USD trade is one of the most viewed blog posts but only 8 people commented. Oh gosh, I feel like the universe is punishing me for all those times I told ’em boys “It’s not you, it’s me” when it was really them. So tell me, is it me?
Why you should comment
I appreciate every single comment I get from you guys whether they’re compliments or criticisms. Really, I do. They help me think more and come up with even more trade ideas. More trade ideas means more blog posts!
Also, don’t worry about being too harsh on me. While I may do random emotional outbursts and sentimental tweets from time to time, I’m really one tough cookie! I’m very serious about trading and there’s nothing I want more than to progress from a noob to an experienced trader. I figured that the best way for me to do that is to listen to my oh-so-awesome readers!
Most importantly, through constructive discussions, we ALL help each other. It’s like we’re one big happy trading family!
What you should do now
You can participate in a few easy steps:
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page and follow the directions to add a comment. You can post anonymously (not recommended!) or link any of the following accounts to your comment: Facebook, Twitter, OpenID, YahooID or DisqusID
- Type in your real name so other readers know who you are
- Type in your email address if you want others to message you privately
- Then just introduce yourself and say whatever you want, e.g. how long you’ve been reading the blog, how long you’ve been trading, what you like/hate about the blog, a potential trade idea, etc.
So pleaaaaaaaaase be brave, click the comment button, and share your thoughts. Comments aren’t really for me, but it’s for you fellow readers as well. You comment for each other!
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