Effecient Blog Commenting

coComment BannerUsed by webmasters and bloggers alike, blog commenting is a highly used technique of generating traffic. Blog comments usually spark some type of conversation between the blogger and reader, and will even include other readers as well. As there are many blogs to comment on, and many conversations going on at once, sometimes it can get hard to keep track of them all. Yes, there are comment feeds, but they feed you all the comments made across an entire blog, and you probably won’t won’t to follow that. There are also check boxes below the comment box on some blogs that allow you to be Emailed every time someone posts a new comment on that post. These are really great, but not every blog has them. So, what do you do when there’s no “Email Me” check box? The answer is simple; coComment.

coComment is a service that allows you to track your blog comments, and even forum posts. It is available as a Firefox add-on, which makes it all the more easier to use. If you use Internet Explorer, then you’ll have to manually add each comment to your coComment account, which will be very monotonous, and almost a waste of time.

coComment doesn’t just track you comments, it also allows you to share them with friends, and even discover new posts to comment on yourself. I haven’t had any good discoveries there, yet, but who knows, maybe you’ll find some. The sharing feature is pretty cool, too. It can be used like a social bookmarking system, but more privately social, if you know what I mean.

Zac Davis is almost your typical teenage geek.  He has is own blog (Zac’s Blog), and enjoys browsing the “interwebz” for new and exciting things.  Of course, he also likes to write as well.  While not on the computer, he is either at school or playing soccer.

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6 Responses to “Effecient Blog Commenting”

  1. Karen Zara says:

    I’ve tried coComment for a few days but couldn’t get used to it. It made all pages take a bit longer to load. For a dial-up user like me, this is a serious disadvantage. Besides, at that time there seemed to be a problem with their site; consequently, I couldn’t click on the links that would let me track my conversations.

  2. Zac Davis says:

    Good point, this does add a little load time to the pages, for me it is hardly noticeable, but I guess for a dial-up connection, it could be unbearable. Maybe you could try it again, now that they’re up and running correctly? If you do, let me know how it works out. Thanks for brining up that point, though. I hardly even think about dial-up users, now that “high speed” has become pretty much the norm.

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  3. Karen Zara says:

    It may be the norm in your country, but always remember that the Internet is international. ;)

  4. 1stopmom says:

    Thanks for the tip. I can not wait to give this a try. I found you through blog engage and I am glad I did.

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  5. Unorianda says:

    All hello! Good site

  6. OrgamCumCruby says:

    Thak you for the news

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