Fred Griffin: Why Aren't My Posts Being Reblogged?

Why Aren't My Posts Being Reblogged?

      Why aren't my Posts getting Reblogged?  Check your Settings, folks!  If you set your Blogs to "Members Only", or if you Disable / Uncheck the Reblog Option, then you will NOT get Reblogged!  

     Being a Rainmaker is required to post to the Public, and to Reblog.  You must pay to play!  Also, your Post must be appealing and worthy of a Reblog.  Poorly written Blogs with no Visuals, dull and uninteresting Blogs, and Blogs with highly localized content generally won't inspire the Rebloggers! 


Ask An Ambassador, Why Aren't My Posts Being Reblogged?
Not everyone likes the reblog feature or wants to participate in reblogging someone else's post. The purpose of the reblog is to bring it around one more time so those that missed it before can get another opportunity to see it. It also gives the reblogger a chance to say a few words about the topic and the blog. You must put an introduction on the reblog before it can be published. If you have a whole lot to say you may want to write your own post on the subject rather than do a reblog.

I have heard some ask why their posts are not reblogged. Members Only posts do not have the option for a reblog so remember that when selecting whether it is a Public post or Members Only. Of course to post to the Public you must be a Rainmaker. Also your post just may not be a topic anyone feels that needs to go another round.

Or it may be because the reblog feature is disabled in the blog settings. So if you want to check to see if yours is set the way you would like it to be, go to your Home Page, Click on Settings, then Blog Settings and look for the line in the graphic below that reads Allow other members to reblog my posts. If it is unchecked nobody will be able to reblog your posts so it must be checked to allow this function. Remember you get 25 points every time you do a reblog and 25 points when your post is reblogged by someone else. These points mount up.

A reblog will also appear on your Outside Blog if you have one if you make it Public.


Also, in the same settings is a block that will allow you to be notified as comments come in on your posts. Some people like this feature and others think it is a bother. If the block is checked you will receive an email whenever you receive a comment so you know to go check your ActiveRain post and respond if you can.

Ask An Ambassador, Why Aren't My Posts Being Reblogged?



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Disclaimer:  Nothing in the above blog article is to be construed as legal advice, tax advice, or financial advice.  For legal advice see an attorney.   For tax advice or financial advice see a tax attorney, certified public accountant, or other qualified professional.



We meet again Fred.  Great choice of re-post.

Posted by John McCormack, CRS, Honesty, Integrity, Results, Experienced. HIRE Me! (Albuquerque Homes Realty) about 7 years ago

Fred:  I must admit that I rarely reblog any posts except once in a while when something really grabs me.  But, I guess that makes up for the fact that so many people seem to reblog just about every post they read, which I think gets to the point of being silly.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 7 years ago

Thank you Fred and nice intro.

Posted by Debbie Reynolds, Your Dedicated Clarksville TN Real Estate Agent (Platinum Properties) about 7 years ago

Fred, I do a lot of "Members Only" posts and did not realize they could not be re-blogged!  Thanks for re-blogging!

Posted by Christine O'Shea (Christine E O'Shea Broker) about 7 years ago