Oct 2, 2016, 57 comments
Isn't it interesting how many people clicked on the title of the example article above, yet there are only 57 comments.
I bring this up to give you a better idea of how the comment ratio goes on any given article. Just because there doesn't seem to be a lot of comments doesn't mean the article itself isn't being read.
After doing this for so many years, on our end we sometimes really crack up laughing at the statistics/numbers.
Just when we'd think, wow, this article is really going to soar in comments, it flops. Then we'll have some basic article that day that beings in 150 comments out of nowhere. Seriously, we can never flat out predict which one is going to really do well.
I'll say this too. Today we have a "Featured Article" of the day in the top left hand corner. Now that article should be blowing everyone away. It falls in line with Main Stream credibility, yet you'll never see it in the Main Stream Media. The comments should be soaring and Americans should be outraged, yet there are very few comments. Go Figure?