Track your comments, no matter where you make them

Let’s say you track 10 blogs and you regularly post comments on all 10 blogs. Isn’t it a pain in the behind that you have to go around to each of the 10 blogs to participate in the comments?

Well, minutes ago Laurent Haug showed us a service, CoComment, that tracks your comments in one place. This is awesome. Here’s a picture of Laurent showing this to us.

This service is going to be VERY popular with bloggers. Problem is it’s in a closed beta right now. We’re all begging Laurent to get us access.

Hey, TechCrunch, this one is for you. Straight from the Swiss Chalet!

417 thoughts on “Track your comments, no matter where you make them

  1. I’m looking at this, and you’re right. Half the time…let me correct that, 3/4 of the time you don’t get to go back and see who said what about your comments. Something to track them would be hugely beneficial.

  2. I’m looking at this, and you’re right. Half the time…let me correct that, 3/4 of the time you don’t get to go back and see who said what about your comments. Something to track them would be hugely beneficial.

  3. La verdad es que, al estar cerrado y sólo permitir suscripciones vía invitaciones, no pensaba que iba a ser tan fácil probar el nuevo servicio de cocomment. Lo descubrí anoche leyendo el post de Robert Scoble y esta mañana en el mismo post publicaban varias invitaciones y una de ellas me ha funcionado a la perfección.

  4. La verdad es que, al estar cerrado y sólo permitir suscripciones vía invitaciones, no pensaba que iba a ser tan fácil probar el nuevo servicio de cocomment. Lo descubrí anoche leyendo el post de Robert Scoble y esta mañana en el mismo post publicaban varias invitaciones y una de ellas me ha funcionado a la perfección.

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