Artiklz Enables Conversational Search by Capturing User Generated Multi-Modal Conversations Across the Social Media.
Artiklz aggregates the various popular web sharing/rating sites (Digg, Reddit, Yahoo! Buzz, FriendFeed, Mixx, et al) in addition to the major blogging and commenting systems for comments related to the blogger's article posting and brings them right back into a singular widget. This would layer itself seamlessly and transparently back onto the blog owner's blog or any commercial website. Artiklz also enables users to create a central registry on its platform so that the user can go to any blog or website and (a) follow the blog or author(s) of the blog/website and its respective comments on the web, (b) continue to monitor a specific posting of comments and ensuing reply threads to keep the conversation of comments alive, and (c) follow their favorite commenter on the web.
The benefits to the blogger or website owner is clear: (1) the blogger/website retains the continuity of the downstream comments that are generated off of the blogger's/website's IP (content), and (2) other readers of the blog/website get to see what and where else other commenter/comments are coming from without ever having to leave the blog or website.
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