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# 118966 15-May-2013 11:40
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During the day I will write maybe 20- 30 comments on facebook twitter geekzone blogs etc etc

Do you have a neat way to manage all those comments?

what would be wonderful is that at the end of the day they are in a neat list with any response comments flagged

anyone know of a software package that does that?




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  # 820571 16-May-2013 12:10
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Give Tweetdeck for Chrome a go. There are similar things also.



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  # 820782 16-May-2013 20:18
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gzt: Give Tweetdeck for Chrome a go. There are similar things also.

As far as I know that for instance doesnt hanndle geekzone




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  # 820840 16-May-2013 22:10
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Nothing like that exists as far as I know. There are just too many variables for one.

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  # 820948 17-May-2013 08:39
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Imo it is not a terribly difficult task. But the business model of the best of the tweetdeck type services is provide interface to one or two major services and charge for access to others.

Btw, (subscribers) if you have advertising enabled you will be seeing an ad for hootsuite about now.

There are many services that allow monitoring of a webpage/comments page for changes on a one off basis.

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