In Red Bay, Alabama...
(Alert: This post will be meaningful only to folks who use Blogspot for posting their blogs.)
Here's some information that will enhance your experience with Blogger:
When you get an email telling you have a comment on your Blogger post, have you noticed that you can reply to the authors of some of them and others you can't? In the former case, the commenter's email address pops up when you hit the reply button on your email program. In the latter, you get the dreaded "no firstname.lastname@example.org" instead of a valid email address.
While Blogger has some great features, it is frustrating in that it does not include adequate information about setting it up so that people who comment on your blog can receive replies from you. The default setting is for this important feature to be disabled and, in my view, that is not adequately explained.
There is a feature within the comments section at the end of each post for me to reply to a comment, but it is highly unlikely that the commenter will return afterward to see if I replied, so I generally don't bother to reply there. The other, more workable, option is for me to reply to the commenter via the email I received from Blogger announcing the posting of the comment. Unfortunately, I can't do that if the commenter's Blogger profile is not set so that he/she can receive emails in this way. Of course, there will always be some folks who are a little reluctant to have their email address visible anywhere, so they will not be interested in changing this setting in their profiles.
So, if you would like to receive replies to your comments--and I hope you do--the procedure for setting up your profile can be found here. Please consider taking advantage of this and help spread the word. Tell your readers their comments are important and that you would like to have the privilege of responding to show your appreciation.