Many bloggers tend to make the mistake of having their blogs be a one-way channel for discussion. In other words, they tend to write on a regular basis but leave minimal opportunity for readers to interact and give feedback on the material. Here’s an analogy: while out at a social event, there is a particular woman you’re communicating with who is doing the vast majority of the talking, and you’ve barely said two sentences. How likely are you to stick around her when you feel deprived of including your input? You’d probably end up conversing with someone else with whom you feel invited to share your thoughts and who responds to your statements as well. The same concept applies for an interactive blog.