Track All Your Comments

If you're getting confused over which comment you placed where on the web, help is on the way.

Online conversations facilitated through blog comments, forums and lists, and Wikis can help generate ideas. These ideas, in turn, affect bloggers (See Josh Ledgard's Blog Conversation Lifecycle.)

Since a conversation is a two-way street, it pays for you to keep track of the comments you have placed in various web sites. Flickr allows you to easily view comments you've made. But what about blogs?

coComment is a service that provides "you with a way to track all the comments you make on other blogs - and to track the resulting conversations when people respond to those comments."

In addition to that, coComment also allows you to:

1. Share comments you've made on other blogs, with readers of your blog.
2. Use an RSS Reader to keep track of online conversations involving your comments.

At the moment, coComment is by invitation only, but it wouldn't hurt to sign up for notification just in case an invite is available. Some got their invitations within 4 days. Why don't you give it a try today.

[ First posted on 02/05/2006 by Manuel Viloria ]



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