Advanced control over keywords in the names of commenters
Many marketers like to use keywords in their names when they comment. There are plugins that allow this but just about all of them do not have the control that a smart blogger requires like only allowing keywords if the reader has had a certain amount of comments or limiting the amount of keywords a user can use.
You can set keywords be allowed and a reader would enter their name as
Andy @ The CommentLuv Plugin
which would be transformed in to
Andy From The CommentLuv Plugin
Keywordname takes the keywords in the name concept to a whole new level, it can even deny keywords altogether and strip them out before the comment is displayed if you want. Advanced rules allow you to specify how many words can be used, how many comments before they can have keywords showing and how to format and treat the linked keywords.
It has the following features :
Completely deny keywords and strip them off!
If keywords in the commenters name are not your thing then you can deny them altogether so anyone entering @keywords will have them stripped off before their comment gets shown.
Choose the text to be displayed below the comment form
Tell users how they can qualify to use keywords in their name or add your comments policy so they know exactly what is expected of them before they comment.
Rules for readers to leave keywords
You can control who gets keywords in their name and how many they can use by setting the rules dropdown to whatever minimum you want.
Choose the format of the link and dofollow status
You can use the in built tags to change the way the name and keywords are displayed and also if the link is dofollow or not.