CommentLuv Builds Community and Curates Content

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We’re thrilled to announce the integration of CommentLuv into Brilliant or Insane.  CommentLuv is a powerful conversation and content curation tool.

What separates CommentLuv from other blog and website comment features is the ability CommentLuv gives to all commenters to not only comment on the post across a wide network but, best of all, to share content from their own blogs.

As the picture above demonstrates, when you begin to comment, you add your blog’s web address to the website field, and CommentLuv pulls in recent posts from your blog, and they are posted in your profile right here on Brilliant or Insane.

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Once you submit your comment, it will look like the comment in the picture above. You see, my Twitter link is included and, what’s truly exciting, is that beneath my comment is the “Mark Barnes recently posted. . . ” feature. This is all about content curation and community building. When you comment here, readers will see your recent blog posts, too.

We are thrilled to have CommentLuv here at Brilliant or Insane. Now, let’s get this conversation started, so you can start sharing your thoughts and your posts with our audience.

Wait! There’s one more thing.

How would you like to share 10 of your blog posts with our significant audience here at Brilliant or Insane? All you have to do is comment on two posts or tweet this one or like it on Facebook when your comment. That’s it. Then, from now on, when you comment, you can choose up to 10 posts from your blog to display in your profile here.

Hurry! We can’t wait to see your comments and your posts.

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Mark Barnes is the Founder of Times 10 Publications, which produces the popular Hack Learning Series, The uNseries, and other books from some of education's most reputable teachers and leaders. Barnes presents internationally on assessment, connected education, and Hack Learning. Connect with @markbarnes19 on Twitter.
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