I know you may be finding it difficult to comment on blogger blogs (maybe on this one); here is a simple explanation on how to drop your comments. It is very very important to be commenting on blogs/sites, especially on posts that are of good values.
VERY IMPORTANT: Please, kindly note that in our efforts to eliminate spam comments, we have decided to disable or disallow commenting as ANONYMOUS on this blog. You can still comment if you have any of the following IDs: Google/Gmail, LiveJournal, WordPress, TypePad, AIM, and/or OpenID.
I will love you to know few things on commenting easily on this blog in particular:
Commenting is easier on web version or view of blogger blogs than on mobile view when using some browsers; for instance, UcBrowser makes commenting on blogger blog easier on web version than on mobile view; but with Chrome and as well some other browsers you can comment easily using when on mobile view. Although it all depends on the blogger blog and how it is been built.
Some browsers make commenting faster and easier than others; for instance, latest version of Chrome and some other browsers make it easier for you to comment, most especially when you visit on mobile devices.
Once you have keyed in the name you desire to comment as, just click on the “continue” button. Enter your comment if you haven’t, then click on published.
If you have chosen to comment as “Anonymous”; just key in your comment after choosing “Anonymous” and click on published, and that’s all.
You can see that it is very very easy to drop your comments on this blog, even when you are visiting on mobile devices once you make sure the above listed conditions are met.
Note that you can either comment with your Google ID which is the same thing as your Gmail Account when signed in to the account.
You can also comment as Anonymous by just clicking on anonymous from the “comment as” drop-down options.
You can also do this by choosing “Name/URL” option [and the space for the URL even if left blank, there is no problem, just make sure the name is in there; that is to say in other words that URL isn’t compulsory to be entered before commenting.