coComment, a Geneva, Switzerland based startup, first surfaced in early 2006 as a way to track all of your blogosphere conversations and in its initial form as just side project experiment. coComment is back and this time they are a serious company looking to help organize, track, share and fuel conversations online. coComment has launched version 2 which offers a number of commenting options and most noticeably is a lot more social.
First, coComment can be easily added to any website to take care of the comments section. For example, if a website does not offer comments, a simple bit of code can be added to add comments to the site and coComment handles the rest.
Secondly, coComment offers the ability for coComment users to create groups. By offering unlimited rostered groups, coComment has created a place for continuing the conversation and connecting with other users. Users can create public, read or read/write groups conversation strings.
Finally, coComment offers a sidebar application that can be added to any browser for a persistent view and connection with your online conversations.
coComment also aims to help facilitate the online conversation by partnering with large publishers (like the BBC and others) to offer co-branded comment sections thus saving the publishers the hassle and resources needed to create and manage a top-notch comments area. It sounds like a solid distribution plan to me.
Check out the coComment Version 2 walk-through.
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