San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 9, 2008
Are you addicted to sharing your opinion online? Do you get a thrill when your latest comment sparks a frenzied debate?
Obsessive web commenters Marina of YouTube phenomenon HotForWords.com and Danny Bonaduce definitely do, and starting today they have challenged each other to a war of words competition, hosted by CBS Radio and coComment, the popular service that allows anyone to track every message and rant they post online - whether it's on YouTube, Facebook or the obscurest of blogs.
From now until end of September, Danny and Marina will be battling it out to see who can make the most clever and outrageous comments. Each week, the outspoken competitors will be challenged to chime in anywhere online on hot topics - from the latest gaffe on the campaign trail to last night's game. Fans can tune in and follow Marina and Danny's trail of comments - no matter what site or blog they've been posted on.
Founded in 2007, coComment allows anyone to easily track all of the conversations they are participating in online and notifies them when someone responds to their comments.
Voted the world's sexiest geek by the readers of Wired, Russian philologist Marina is the host of the wildly popular HotForWords, a video series exploring the origin of words. Her series is currently at over 103,500,000 video views on YouTube. Former Partridge Family star Danny Bonaduce hosts the morning show on KSLX in Los Angeles and will star in Hulk Hogan's Celebrity Wrestling Match later this year on CMT.
To add to the fun, coComment is also inviting fans to join in the debate by sharing their own two cents about their favorite commenter - Danny or Marina. Fans who submit a video or comment can win a 3G iPhone, with the highest-rated and most creative video, as well as the most active commenter, taking home a prize.
Founded in 2007, coComment is the leading platform for managing, powering and researching conversations online. With a worldwide community of more than 1.4 million users and over 21 million conversations from over 280,000 sites, coComment is the largest community of people actively engaged in online conversations which increase and enliven content across all subjects. The company enables better conversations on the web by providing users the ability to centralize, track and share comments anywhere online. Through integration with major media companies and publishing platforms, coComment increases the visibility and exposure of comments to a greater user base of active commenters, bloggers and the public - creating more interesting user experiences, driving users to the commenting sites and linking conversations with a community. coComment is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. More information can be found at: http://www.coComment.com