For every blog post I have several automatic link searches to various engines to see who is talking about this post, or who is bookmarking this post.
I could just have a link to TalkDigger, so you only have to click once, and launch to an external page which shows who is talking about that post from the various engines (not sure if it includes who’s bookmarking your posts).
The problem is it launches to an external page, I want to see who is talking about the blog posts within the blog post itself.
So I thought of putting a Grazr box at the end of each blog post, but that would look too clunky.
Although, this would be great as right there within the blog post you could graze who is talking about it, and who is bookmarking it.
Another thing, how would I automate this for every post
…how would a Grazr box appear with the link search feeds automatically generated for every post (no doubt you would need some code for the post template of your blog).
If I could work this out, then people could browse various link search feeds to see who is linking to my post and also read these posts within my post itself
(this is RSS Reading/Grazing at the post level about the post itself).
Since a Grazr box would look clunky I could use a similar service in Optimal, only I’m not sure how to generate this code, and to generate it automatically for every blog post.
But the reason I say Optimal, is that it can sit at the end of your blog post as a folder icon (not taking up much space at all), to see and read who is talking about the blog post, just expand the folder, choose a feed, choose an item…the only thing is Optimal only shows titles of feed items, unlike Grazr it doesn’t go one step further to show the full post.
I really think that we can ego graze within a blog post, where the feeds are automatically generated as link searches (from various engines) for that post.
From this external page you can choose from the bookmark services to save that blog post.