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Commentluv Plugin To Become Even More Robust With Ablink Component

I have just received and email from Andy Bailey, the developer of one of my favorite plugins, commentluv. Andy never stops. He seems to live and breathe commentluv plugin and constantly improves it with the users in mind. This time he is enhancing it with Ablink.

Many bloggers have been moving from the native WordPress blog comments to third party commenting platforms. The changeover has a lot to do with preventing spammers infiltrating your comments. If you read my recent post, you’ll know that I am not in favor of these applications for reasons I explained in the article.

If you are reading this article but you are not familiar with the commentluv plugin and you don’t quite see why this is exciting,  have a look at the commentluv article where I talk about the plugin and the reasons why I like to comment on blogs with this plugin.

Although commenluv already protects your comments from spam, clever spammers will always find their way to infiltrate your blog. The new improvement will help us easily stop the spammers in their tracks to never be able pollute our comments with their nonsense. This enhancement will allow you even to blacklist the URLs of spammer, it will allow you to strip the links of lean comments (in case you decide to keep them on your site) and it will also allow you to further improve moderation.

This new development is  going to be released for beta testing shortly, so new information will be forthcoming. At this time,  Andy released two videos on the subject, one just an introduction and the second one a more comprehensive tour. The videos should really whet your appetites.

Commentluv Ablink Introduction Video



Ablink Tool For Commentluv Premium Plugin – Detailed Tour



If you have commentluv plugin on your site already you must be pretty excited. If you don’t, perhaps it is time to think about it and check it out. As far as I am concerned, the Ablink component is going to make this commentluv plugin superb. As always, I’d love to hear what you think.


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3 Responses to Commentluv Plugin To Become Even More Robust With Ablink Component

  1. Barry Wells July 25, 2013 at 4:23 pm #

    Hi Dita,

    I’m a huge commentluv fan, but more importantly I’m an Andy Bailey fan. The guy is outstanding in his dedication to make his plugin the best ever.

    As you know the updates along the way have more than doubled the value of this plugin, this is one plugin I wouldn’t be without.

    I know that Adrienne’s testing the updates at the moment and look forward to the addition.

    Nice one Dita,
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  2. Adrienne July 22, 2013 at 6:47 pm #

    Hi Dita,

    I’m SO excited about this and Andy told me this morning that he’s testing one other thing and will let Kim and I test it before he releases it to the rest of the CommentLuv Premium users.

    We both love to give feedback so I’m always excited when he lets us test some things out. I really think this is going to make a big difference. Especially because in my instance I have people who I hold in moderation for the first two comments when they are new to my blog. I may or may not approve their links but once they get through they hit me like crazy sometimes so knowing that I can always hold just them for moderation is a blessing to me.

    Just a few of these perks I know I’m going to love so I’m so excited about this new addition. Hope you’ve peaked everyone else’s curiosity now too!

    Great share and thanks for letting your readers know about this fabulous addition that will be here soon. Andy rocks!

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    • Dita Irvine July 24, 2013 at 11:58 pm #

      Hey Adrienne,

      I was so thrilled for you when I heard your name. I know you will give us an awesome feedback as always. I don’t know Kim, but all I can say that choosing you for beta testing was a perfect choice. Looking forward to hearing the news.

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