I signed up for ClickComments a few days ago after stumbling upon it when I chanced upon this post that included one of my pastors in their list of Christian blogs - Steve Murrell who has been living in the Philippines since 1984.
All the blogs and websites that sign up for the service get featured here in the main showcase!
So if you are the type who is shy or too in a hurry to leave a comment, the ClickComments icons are a great way to express yourself.
Especially if you're here on Blogger. I can't say the same for those on WordPress.com, which is where I maintain my other blog. I still signed up though in an attempt to see if it would run and as expected, it didn't.
But since I knew it wouldn't, I wasn't bothered.
Lo and behold, today I was pleasantly surprised by this e-mail from the people behind ClickComments.
We noticed that you signed up for PostReach ClickComment for your blog on
Wordpress.com. However, Wordpress.com does not allow you to install your
own plug-ins. If you want ClickComments you will have to contact
Wordpress.com by logging into your Wordpress.com dashboard and sending
them a message in their ‘feedback’ section of the dashboard.
We hope to make the ClickComments plug-in available on Wordpress.com with
Hans and the PostReach team
Isn't that great?
I love pro-active customer service.
Why did I sign up for WordPress.com...?
Oh yeah. Pretty themes.