A little more than a week ago, we were discussing how we’re only able to accept 21% of comments left by our users.
That discussion caused us to create a bunch of article comment rejection codes so that we could begin to see what the breakdown is as to why we couldn’t accept 79% of the incoming comments. Here is the first 6 days of December, comment stats (31.2% accepted):
While I don’t feel bad about the “Promotional” comments that were deleted, I’m concerned about the 17.9% of comments that were deleted for having bad grammar… I think we’ll be raising our tolerance of bad grammar on article comments that are substantiative.
Brrrrrr it’s cold. Check out my temp gauge on the way into work today:
The day started out at -4 F and warmed up to 1 degree F (-17.22 Celsius) on the way into work.