coComment is a online conversation tracking service, which allows you to enjoy the full potential of comment-based conversation on the web. Before coComment, comments made across different sites (such as blogs, photosharing services, news sites, and others providing the ability for readers to leave comments) did not come together into a clear conversation, but were fragmented, hard to follow, and untrackable discussions.
Using coComment, you can keep track of all the comments and discussions your are participating in or observing on the web. When someone adds something to the comment stream or discussion, you’ll be notified. And, if you’re a blogger, you can display the comments you make elsewhere back on your own blog.
The new version emphasis on community and groups, moving away from strictly being a blog conversation tracking tool to one that in centered on topics, in a not dissimilar way to Tangler. coComment 2.0 beta expands its sharing capabilities, by providing the ability to join other people in conversations anywhere with just two clicks.
A sidebar browser allows users to navigate, link & discover, and get a complete view of all discussions as they surf the web. A comment anywhere feature allows users to leave comments on any web site via coComment, even if those sites do not allow commenting.
TechCrunch is providing, 100 free pre-launch passes for their readers to check out the new version of coComment. If you’re interested, simply login to the test platform as follows, then register your details.
Platform Username: betatester
Platform Password: cocommentv2
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