Sunday, April 29, 2007

coComment Tracks Your Commentary Everywhere

MediaPost Publications - Tracking The 'Commentosphere' - 04/27/2007

coComment is tracking conversations across 150,000 sites already . . . the next phases will involve leveraging that database of conversations, attitudes, topics and views into market intelligence about what we are thinking and talking about.
Now, every comment you leave, no matter whether on a forum or as a comment on another blog or an answer to a comment on your blog, may be saved for posterity.



This is a little scary. It is bad enough that our websites are saved on the Way Back Machine and our blog archives go back years, showing every embarrassing marketing mistake we have ever made. Now I have to worry about what I say elsewhere?

Do I have to claim my comments? Can someone else use them if I don't? This is driving me crazy.

6 comments:

Iván Cotrina Castaño said...

Hello! I’m a blogger from Spain. I added your blog to my faves, its very interesting. See you ;)

Jess said...

Wow...that is so freaky! *stares at the keyboard* I guess I will be more careful commenting, haha. :)

CyberCelt said...

@ivan cotrina castano-thanks for visiting. Your name does not connect to your website or your profile. Leave your link next time you visit.

@jess-scares me too. Not really, I am too old to be embarrassed, but these people are going to monetize a collection of comments. I need to find something that will make money.

Cade said...

Hahaha. I agree with you on your point of mistakes of the past. It is exciting to see how we all grow to where we want to be, but I think that is also the beauty of a blog. I read a comment of how we feel that five years ago we were stupd and five years from now we will feel the same way. I believe that it is so true. Great site. Keep it up!

CyberCelt said...

@cade-exactly. LOL Thanks for stopping by.

Green Tea said...

Interesting read, kind of like the big brother thing!

Good article though!

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