How-To Tuesday: Tracking Comments and Conversations

Posted by Brad J. Ward | Posted in How-To Tuesday, Technology | Posted on 02-19-2008


Episode 2. How to use to keep track of comments on blogs. Sorry about the sniffles, I was out sick yesterday and am still in recovery mode and trying to play catchup. I think I am going to refrain from calling this a weekly post in the event that I fail to come up with something during a week. I’d rather post good content occasionally than mediocre content weekly.


Comments posted (4)

Really nice tidbit and good practical examples. I hadn’t seen this site before. I’m bad about leaving comments and not checking up myself. I do love blogs that have the subscribe to comments option as it makes it much easier to keep up with the conversation. This looks like a valuable tool for sites that don’t have that option though. Thanks for sharing and explaining.


I’m really loving the How-To-Tuesday posts. Thanks for the info and keep up the good work!

Thanks for the comments! I usually subscribe to comments for friends/family blogs, but that’s about it.

I have my next one ready, and guess what…. it’s RSS again. Haha! Hope you can’t get enough of it. I think it will be a good one for people to have, so tune in on Tuesday. :)

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