- User A leaves a comment on a blog
- User B (can be another user or the author of the blog) responds to the comment
- There is no reponse back from User A on User B’s comments !
This might happen due to 3 reasons
- User A saw User B’s response, but was not interested in continuing the converstaion
- User A had nothing more to comment on User B’s comments.
- User A was never aware that User B actually left a response to his comment.
If you are a kind of user who leaves a lot of comment in a lot of sites, it becomes difficult to track the conversation and will eventually lead to “Reason 3” kind of problems.
I too faced this problem some time back and then I stumbled upon coComments. I had reviewed it some time back, check the link below.
coComment allows users to track comments theyï¿½ve left on blogs in one centralized place. In effect, CoComment keeps a blog of your distributed comments. The main feature of the service is much like an email inbox – a place which centralizes all the comments youï¿½ve made on different sites, shows you the follow-ups to those comments, and keeps them neatly organized and easy to follow for you.
And if you don’t want to regulary login to coComments to check the conversations, you can always subscribe to the RSS feeds of the conversations that you are tracking ! Makes using coCommnent much more easier 🙂
As of now I can see only these guys who are leaving comments on my site and are also using coComments.
Expecting to see more of the guys using this service :).
P.S. Recently I found that there another service which helps you to track comments and it goes by the name of co.mments. I have not checked as to how exactly it works, if anyone has, please drop a “comment” on it