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2 Tools to Aggregate Comments Across Social Media & Blogs

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2 Tools to Aggregate Comments Across Social Media & Blogs

I love reading Internet discussions. That’s a source of inspiration, news and post ideas.

There are so many sites where people can share their opinions on any article (popular social voting sites, micro-blogging platforms, etc), that it might be time consuming to check them all.

Here are two tools that aggregate comments fro a number of platforms:


ConvoTrack is an online comment aggregation tool that collects discussions surrounding any blog article from the following sites:

  • Twitter,
  • FriendFeed,
  • Digg,
  • Reddit,
  • HackerNews


It also offers a very handy bookmarklet that opens a sidebar featuring comments for any post.


  • Sort comments by the source (Twitter, FriendFeed, or blog link);
  • Opens in a sidebar, so you can see comments and the post itself simultaneously;
  • Bookmarklet for quick access (FireFox and Internet Explorer compatible).


YackTrack is my recent discovery I keep blogging on. It aggregates opinions on any post from a number of social media sites. For any URL you enter you will be able to see:

  • Twitter mentions (including TinyURL backlinks);
  • Actual on-site comments to the post;
  • Comments on Mixx;
  • Reviews on StumbleUpon;
  • Google reader comments;
  • Comments on Digg.



  • Seems to return much more comments than ConvoTrack;
  • Offers IE and FireFox bookmarklet.

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Ann Smarty

Brand amd Community Manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas

Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as ... [Read full bio]

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