Andy Bailey with CommentLuv.com($) is one of those cool programmers that tend to over-deliver on his products and his new CommentLuv Premium is no exception.
For the next two days (ends Tuesday, 4 October 2011) [Sorry, this promotion is over] early bird buyers taking advantage of the deeply discounted price will also receive several free bonuses including the new Dashboard Luvvers Widget. This is a brand new creation of Andy’s and I’m very impressed. You will still be able to purchase the Dashboard Luvvers Widget (WordPress Plugin) but you can get it free simply by investing in CommentLuv Premium($) now; which is by far the BEST plugin that I have ever used.
The Dashboard Luvvers Widget (premium) shows recent comments made on your site right on your main WordPress dashboard along with how many comments they have made, a link to that comment authorâs recent post, their avatar, along with their comment.
But Wait, Thereâs More! LOL
With Dashboard Luvvers Widget, you even get links to see all their comments and if it’s had a reply or not! This is pretty powerful because now, at a glance, you can see which comments need your attention, either for replies needed or to delete comment spam.
The Dashboard Luvvers Widget instantly shows you how many approved comments a commenter have on your site along with a link to view those comments all at once. This makes it super easy to find commenters that may have left questionable comments in the past that you may have let slide. Now you can tell when someone is making it a habit of leaving pathetic comments on blog posts in an attempt to get listed on your top commentators widget; which is one of the many features that comes with the CommentLuv Premium WordPress Plugin (Scroll to the footer on this page to see ours).
I hope I haven’t confused everyone. It goes like this:
The new Dashboard Luvvers Widget is a standalone WordPress plugin that you can get free IF you invest in CommentLuv Premium by Tuesday, 4 October 2011. Get it Free! [Sorry, this promotion is over]
That pretty much sums it up. 🙂