By Stephanie Ciccarelli
May 1, 2008
If you've ever been curious about my sign off on the blog asking you to comment below but you don't know how, read this post.
It will start to make sense, trust me :)
Today I was checking my email and saw a reply to a VOX Daily email from a subscriber who wasn't sure what my "comment below" phrases at the end of each post meant and where they could comment.
If you are reading this in your email, you are probably wondering where on earth you can leave a comment and how it's done.
I'm happy to answer this question because I know that there are many of you who read VOX Daily in your email who haven't commented yet and I really want to hear from you!
In order to comment on the article that you are reading right now, you'll need to click through the email on the main heading which is hyperlinked to get to the VOX Daily blog website on the Internet.
For this particular article, click on the blue heading near the top of the email that says "Comment Below!". You'll find it just below the Voices.com logo.
Click through the blue heading and you'll be taken directly to this article on the VOX Daily blog online.
Once you are there, you'll see the article and at the end of the article you'll discover a box that allows you to leave a comment and add your voice to the conversation.
Also, by clicking through to the blog, you'll be able to read comments that have been left by other people in our community.
I hope to hear from more of you that perhaps haven't commented yet. All it takes is one click :)
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