WordPhire - Automated commenting that people love!

What is a WordPhire?

WordPhire is an experiment I've written to see if we can automatically add comments to wordpress websites that actually add value to the website and will genuinely help out the website owner.

How does WordPhire work?

WordPhire works by using the Twitter streaming API to listen out for people/accounts that are tweeting about your niche. Once it finds a tweet about your niche it will check the users profile bio to see if there is a link to their website. If there is a link in the bio it will follow it to the website where it it will get their latest wordpress post and analyze the page to extract a whole range of different information about the website so you can automatically construct a commenting that actually offers value. See the comment below for an example.

Hi Jamie,
I saw you tweeting about funny cats and I'd thought I'd come back out your website. Its cool I like it, the "Digital Blue" theme you've got is really nice, Roboto is one of my favourite Google fonts.
Nice job on the social buttons people would love to share your stuff.
I see you're not building a mailing list, you should do this, people would love to know when you publish more stuff!
Another little hint, get Google analytics installed its great! :-) Anyways keep aming great stuff Jamie!

Thats just a quick little sample of the power of WordPhire, you wouldn't think thats auto generated would you? Also because you can search for custom HTML you're not restrcited in the value of the comment you can post either. If you know of a bad plugin that is getting everyone hacked you can add a check for it and warn the website owner.

Why should I use WordPhire?

Because these comments will stick and you can post thousands per day, just imagine what that will do for your website traffic and brand awareness.

Watch WordPhire in action



Change log

  • 19/06/2016 - Initial release
  • 19/06/2017 - Added bug reporter, fixed wordpress detection algo, added better error handling for stream drops
  • 24/06/2017 - Fixed stopping bug