CoComments Lets You ...

It also ‘outs’ your moderated comments, without your help I track my comments by revisiting the site again and again and again.  CoComments is a way to track comments on a blog without constantly revisiting the site.  In fact, it keeps up with all the comments you leave (very helpful for client tracking). While the initial discussion on CoComments was interesting to me: From Robert Scoble comes news of coComment. After I read the post – damn, it only had 12 comments at the time – I signed up for the beta, and actually got one. It’s pretty cool, and an interesting service. You download the...

Managing Blogosphere...

Here is a great post from Andy Beal on how to manage your reputation online. The first step is to find out what others are saying about your brand. • If possible, monitor hourly as early action is crucial. • Create custom RSS feeds based on keyword searches: Feedster.com, Technorati.com, IceRocket.com, Google.com/blogsearch, Blogpulse.com, MSN Spaces, Yahoo! News, Google News, MSN News and PubSub. o Monitor This allows you to monitor a single keyword across 22 different search engine feeds at the same time. • Filter all feeds into one RSS Reader for easy and time-efficient monitoring options include: Newsgator.com, Bloglines.com,...
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