I have a couple of articles that get a LOT of comments (around 50 plus).
I have been thinking of taking the comments (and my responses) and editing them and incorporating them into the main content of the articles.
I would like to do this to help congregate information about particular sub-topics on a page into one area. So instead of mentioning "Widget A" up near the top of the page and then having a comment way down at the bottom of the page mentioning "Widget A", I would like to reword that comment and incorporate it into the main text of the article.
Would you do this?
And if so, HOW would be the best way?
Should I only a couple of comments a week or so? (As mentioned, there are around 50 comments). If I did all 50 in one go, will google wonder where all the comments went and why there is so much content added into the main content area?
Most of the comments are informational queries and are along the lines of:
"I just bought widget A. Can you tell me how to use it?"
"What type of widget do I need for my new whiz bang?"
The nature of the page (and the site in general) is one-way information, as opposed to a site like webmasterworld where it is expected that people will contribute as much or more than they actually take away.
Thanks in advance.