I posted a comment on Richard Detrich’s personal blog saying that my refer back comment had not been posted. A refer back is a link from another source that is related to a current Post. My comment also contained a link to my post, which is what the refer back would have done.
It got posted because I have commented there before and WordPress remembers you. I took a screen capture of my comment before I posted. It is below.
I then posted the comment and when it displayed, I took a screen capture. It stayed up long enough that I thought Richard had no problem with his readers seeing a differing opinion. I was happy to see that and deleted my screen capture.
Richard’s blog received a lot of hits because of my post and he commented on my blog.
Then, I guess he saw my comment on his blog and responded to it on my blog stating why he does not allow refer backs. He must have had second thoughts and decided to delete my comment from his blog. Possibly he concluded that it wasn’t putting him in the most objective light.
When I saw that my comment had been deleted, I posted another comment, which went into moderation mode. Shown below. Continue reading A Final Thought On A “Personal” Blog