John Cass tells us how coComment is making him discover people. Here’s what he says:
As I write comments on various blogs and track those conversations I start to come across the same people on different blogs. The value of CoComment in part is in helping me to quickly identify those people who share many of my interests. CoComment really is a social network that you can use to find people who share your same demographics and psychographics. In fact I’d suggest instead of calling social networks, demographic search engines, call them psychographic search engines.
What about you? Have you had a look at your coComment community? Has coComment encouraged you to get to know bloggers who participate in the same conversations as you better?
At coComment, we make a distinction between:
- your neighbours, who comment on the same subjects as you;
- your favourites, people you have explicitly chosen;
- your subscribers: those who have marked you as a favourite.
Do these distinctions seem relevant to you? Do you use them? We’d like to hear from you.
technorati tags:cocomment, socialsoftware, favourites, citation
*[Initially posted on the coComment blog.](http://blog.cocomment.com/2006/09/28/using-cocomments-social-network/)*
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