Miguel mentioned coComment before…
It allows to you keep track of all your comment conversations on the web without resorting to clogging up your RSS reader or your email inbox with comment subscriptions.
IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve only just started using it, but looks brilliant. With their firefox plugin I can, unobtrusively, see whenever someone has commented on the same posts as me.
Heddi Cundle, coComment’s Chief Communicator dropped Your Web AddiCT(s); an email telling us about coComment’s new features.
Matt Colebourne, CEO of coComment said, Ã¢â‚¬Å“We want to make online
conversations easier and more social Ã¢â‚¬â€œ empowering people to chat freely
and easily all over the Web.Ã¢â‚¬?
New Social Networking Features of coComment 2.0:
- My Community: View the activity of people and groups you are connected to, while maintaining control over who you bring into your group conversations
- Share any content with just two clicks with your friends, community or the social Web (digg, twitter, del.ic.ious and other social applications)
- Stay connected with friends, groups and favorites through monitors and updates of your conversations on blogs and articles anywhere on the Web
- Multi-Conversation Side Bar: a two screen split provides a new way to navigate through conversations and the Web and control everything from one page, enabling people to see both previous comments and current conversations
- Comment anywhere: even on sites and blogs that donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t enable commenting
New widgets and features for bloggers and site owners include:
- Easy management of user comments; enabling bloggers to open up forums and encourage more interaction from users
- Tagging of comments for fast topic search and retrieval; benefiting users by providing quick access to topics and comments
- Identification and validation for top commentors, validating the most
loyal readers and creating an incentive for comments
- The final comment on a thread can be reserved for the blog or site
All widgets are available at: http://www.cocomment.com/tools/share.
Note: WordPress users can use a standard WP widgets that can be dragged
and dropped in the sidebar with the WP admin.
Been using coComment for a while now, it is so very handy for tracking where you’ve commented all over the ‘sphere. Even have the widget running in I’m Feeling Lucky‘s sidebar, so you can keep up to date with what Your Web AddiCT is saying when and where.