Once upon a time in days long gone by there used to live some obnoxious beings called spammers who were the virtual thorn in a blogger’s sides. They would roam the wide world of cyberspace visiting the myriad of blogs and leave stupid and irrelevant comments. Their aim was to increase the PR Ranking of their own stupid websites or blogs.
To combat this the ‘no-follow” tag, a fairly useless tool, was developed and it’s sole purpose was to remove any weight to comments. The idea behind this was to discourage the spammers but unfortunately they still exist and more effective tools such as Akismet and SpamKarma for WordPress were developed. Even so the supreme beings such as Google continue to follow the ‘no-follow’ tags rendering even good comments useless thereby frustrating the serious blogger. It must be remembered that although the supreme beings minions, more commonly known as spiders, do still follow links with the ‘no-follow’ attribute no weight is attributed to that link and therefore it will have no effect on a sites PR.
Something had to be done, a tool developed to allow the serious, competent blogger to sift through the millions of blogs discarding those using these useless tags. In time something was done. Great minds got together and developed a package that would sift through the universal blogging world selecting the blogs that did not use the no-follow tag. Even more important they allowed the owners of this package to sift through blogs using important elements such as keyword phrases PR ranking and platform types allowing them to select only the blogs related to his/her particular niche. Being able to select the platform types such as WordPress, Squidoo, Typepad and Live Journal etc., allows the blogger to hand pick the ones he/she wants to target. After much thought and hair pulling the package was given the royal name of Comment Kahuna!
I am in the process of testing Comment Kahuna and am quite impressed. Once the blogs are selected it allows you to browse through the selection, commenting on the ones you find useful and skipping the ones that are not. The commenting can actually be done from Comment Kahuna itself and it is definitely a great time saver. The user manual is concise and easy to understand and as it comes with many tips and suggestions I can safely say that so far I am impressed and I can see how this can become a very important tool for the busy blogger.
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