SEO Super Comments WordPress plugin released

After getting very good results with the concept I decided to release the latest WordPress SEO plugin to public.

Here are the results of pass two weeks since I announced the concept.


You can see the daily traffic rising to 300 visitors daily level, landing on super comment pages. If you missed the idea make sure to read the SEO Super Comments concept article.

Go to SEO Super Comments page.

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  1. Sep 16th, 2012 8:51 PM

    Notice: Use of undefined constant SEOSuperComments_admin_menu - assumed 'SEOSuperComments_admin_menu' in /var/www/projects/zdrojak/htdocs/public/soubory/plugins/seo-super-comments/seo-super-comments.php on line 34 Notice: Undefined index: cid in /var/www/projects/zdrojak/htdocs/public/soubory/plugins/seo-super-comments/seo-super-comments.php on line 187

  2. Sep 16th, 2012 8:49 PM

    error notice with your plugin:
    Notice: Use of undefined constant SEOSuperComments_admin_menu - assumed 'SEOSuperComments_admin_menu' in /var/www/projects/zdrojak/htdocs/public/soubory/plugins/seo-super-comments/seo-super-comments.php on line 34

  3. Mar 15th, 2012 12:17 PM

    It’s never going to be the same web for very long anyway so have fun out there.

  4. May 29th, 2011 5:25 PM

    It’s never going to be the same web for very long anyway so have fun out there.

  5. Apr 2nd, 2011 7:04 PM

    Hey Vladimir:

    Thanks for this wonderful plugin. It's a novel idea.

    Quick question - after installation does one need to remove 'noindex' comments set from htaccess OR would this plugin auto-fix that?

  6. Aug 11th, 2009 11:08 AM

    SEO Super Comments WordPress plugin helps you in getting very good results. With this concept many others have decided to release the latest WordPress SEO plugin to public.

  7. Jul 28th, 2009 8:58 AM

    Looks like I have it working smoothly. On this I'm still missing is more use of title="" to add that extra bit of usability oompf (missing for commenter name and recent comments posts).

  8. Jul 24th, 2009 5:05 PM

    A thought occurs...

    How about an option to disable the in the case of registered users (potentially of a certain user level or upwards).

    To put this in context, I'm planning some fairly extensive customisation of the user archive page, but this is 'overwritten' in comment author links by the plugin.

    It'd be nice to have non-user's links generate the SEO page, but to have registered user's links go to the author page.

    Or both, potentially? I might have a look at doing this manually with a template next week...

  9. DKB
    Jul 22nd, 2009 3:53 PM

    I tested this plugin but if i click on a comment author, im getting back to the homepage. Is there a fix?

  10. Jul 19th, 2009 1:39 PM

    It sounds cool.

  11. Jul 19th, 2009 6:37 AM

    RE: Replying here about permalink issue on K2 reported below. Never mind, thanks... I found a fix for K2 theme over here: (so that it doesn't conflict with your plugin's functionality). Works fine now. Love your plugin. :)

  12. Jul 17th, 2009 6:14 PM

    Let's keep all comments on the plugin page shall we? (to keep things consolidated)

    @Andy thanks, updated the link

  13. Jul 17th, 2009 6:05 PM

    Hi Vladimir,

    Thanks for answering my previous comment. :) My first comment didn't make it through (a different issue). In K2 theme, the PAGE TITLE that appears on a comment author's page (created from the first few characters of a comment author's reply) become PERMALINKED. I noticed it doesn't happen on your blog, but it does on the popular K2 theme.

    Basically, for example, page title "Hi, how are you doing..." will become permalinked like this: Since that URL doesn't really exist, if a person clicks on the page title, error 404 will result. And also, I think Google will try to follow and index that page also?

  14. Martin
    Jul 17th, 2009 4:54 PM

    How about adding an option about pop up windows? It really opens new windows at some point. I'd like to have it turned off.

    And yes! How about double content?

  15. Jul 17th, 2009 4:42 PM

    I have posted about your plugin, you can see:

  16. Jul 17th, 2009 11:07 AM

    I am glad someone has done this as I have been dropping hints about taking this approach for the last year in various places, back to the old Webbbs days, though it needs taking a few steps further to be truly effective.
    Note: on the previous post you linked to a 2 year old SEOmoz article, not the most current discussion. This would be more appropriate.

    What you have partially implemented is what I was talking about here as option "F"

    There are however some big monster bugbears that need to be considered with this approach, just like with tag pages.
    The benefits you will see on this site, with a huge amount of PageRank to play with are potentially significant, whereas with a smaller site it can lead to complications, and you might for instance want to noindex these newly created comment pages ;)

    To cover this in depth, I probably need clearance from a client/partner

  17. Jul 17th, 2009 10:57 AM

    Aren't you afraid of double content?

  18. Jul 17th, 2009 8:46 AM

    like i wrote today morning, the plugin is great - works for me in one blog but not in another - hope works soon there, too. i really like the idea behind this plugin. keep up that really good work! have a good day

  19. Mark
    Jul 17th, 2009 8:17 AM

    One other thing, i also have the xml sitemap plugin installed but the comment pages we're not included. But keep up the good work;)

  20. Jul 17th, 2009 7:48 AM

    Comments are closed for the page with the comment on it because you do not want people to comment on someone's comment in that way. The normal page comments are open.

  21. Jul 17th, 2009 5:05 AM

    Its a good plugin, but like everything else you need to put the effort into your blog if you want to see any turn around. This is a great plugin and assists with the success of your blog.

  22. Jul 17th, 2009 4:33 AM

    Actually, another bigger problem on the popular K2 theme occurs:

    When I jump to a comments page that is created for a comment author, the comments form becomes CLOSED (not appearing). Only this text appears on the "comments author page":
    "Comments are currently closed." (even though this isn't the case). Gives erroneous impression to any visitor that comments are closed...

    This specific issue is probably a showstopper for K2 theme users...

  23. Jul 17th, 2009 4:23 AM

    Working mostly fine, except on my blog (using K2 theme), the first few words of a comment (which become a header title on a comments page) become "permalinked". For example, see this:

    The "post comment title" is: Hey fruity! It’s been a while and I’ve … and it becomes permalinked to:

    When I click on the link above, error 404 results because that URL doesn't exist. How do I remove this permalinking on the "comments header title"?

  24. Jul 16th, 2009 9:51 PM

    the same, installed but see no changes (?)

  25. Jul 16th, 2009 9:30 PM

    Dear Vladimir,

    A terrific concept, has this been tested on 2.7? I am yet to see any changes in how my pages/comments are displayed, should I?