My Top Commentators WordPress Plugin
I am glad to release the third WordPress plugin by Daily Blog Tips. My Top Commentators is a plugin that allows a blogger to discover who are the most active commentators on his blog (via the WordPress Dashboard, so other people will not see this information). You can also use different time frames for this, so you can see the top commentators:
- Last 7 days
- This month
- Last month
- This year
- Last year
Secondly, you can also see all the comments left by a single person, and edit or delete them via the plugin interface.
So, what are the possible uses for the plugin? Here are some ideas:
- You could check your top commentators every month to write a post thanking them
- You could see the most active people on your blog to link more often to their articles
- You could see people that support your blog, and email them to propose joint ventures or ask for feedback
People that comment often on your blog are your most loyal readers, so I thought that it would be useful to know exactly who they are.
I would like to thank Pawan Agrawal from MaxBlogPress that coded the plugin specially for Daily Blog Tips. He has more outstanding plugins on his site so check it out.
- Download the plugin here
- Unzip the file
- Upload the whole MyTopCommentators folder to your Plugins folder via FTP
- Inside the Plugins section of your WordPress control panel activate the plugin
- Under the Dashboard click on My Top Commentators, and use at will
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109 Responses to “My Top Commentators WordPress Plugin”
Congratulations on the release of YOUR third TOP COMMENTATORS WordPress plugin.
Congratulations also, to Pawan for coding the plugin.
I particularly like the idea of identifying those who support a particular blog, and as marketers, for us to take the initiative to follow up as appropriate.
Thanks so much, and keep up the great work.
This is a great article and a great website. I liked it very much. It will help me to optimise my websites in europe. I have website in travel and that meens a lot of seo work !!
Thanks a lot and greetings,
Dave and Carol
Seo and Travel Website in Europe, France
I was wondering if there was a way to obtain the avatar used by the actual commenters. See I have enabled Facebook and Twitter connect so most of my users sign in with these two log ins and their profile pictures come along and are attached to the comments. In the widget, there’s the option to show a Gravatar, but nothing else…
Is there anythign / anyway to manipulate this to get the commenter’s selected image instead?
Your response is appreciate. thank you sir.
No i do not think there would be any spam problem. There will be only benefits of people competing for comment place and adding more useful content to your blog.
Of course you have to be protected from spam boots it is done easily with captcha or with plugin called wordpress spam free which detects most of (99%) of spam comment. I am using it on my blog- bagsrate.com
Oops. This is what Iâ€™m looking for 😀 Downloaded! And installingâ€¦ Thanks for this cool plugin.
I’m using Comment Remix to use its powerful function. It is because it may provide top commentator and modification to comments post and provide tagging for comment.
May you differentiate between this plugin and top commentator plugin which one better. 🙂
I use the top commentator plugin currently and get good results but it is interesting to learn of this option. If I were to use this version I would also be interested in a sidebar list. Is there a reason bloggers do NOT like the sidebar list.
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Spamming has been a long standing issue with blogs, however with increased protection especially software coming out in 2010 the top commentator addon should not be a problem.
This plug-in is possibly going to replace the top commentators widget on my blog. How I wish it came with a widget.
Nice plugins which gives you an idea to post.. I like that!
An awesome plugin… that is a really great idea.
Thanks for sharing.
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I have installed this on my blog as well. The problem is finding people who will post quality comments to your blog. Which is why this widget was created. Yet… I still have difficulty finding the blogs within my niche to share comments with.
Thatâ€™s a good idea. A wigdet would be great!
Excellent plug-in, for administrative purposes if nothing else.
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