Since WordPress.com has a bad habit of wiping any script tag that goes into the post, this workaround supports all kinds of wordpress.com collections.
Users can have a link to a dedicated page to handle their collection. The image displayed contains the number of links in the collection too.
This is how it looks:
After linking up, the user is forwarded back to the originating page.
Collection impressions and link clicks are kept as usual. Voting works too. It even displays on the wordpress.com editor.
To use, just create your collection as usual and when finished, you will now notice there are two different scripts. The top is the script-tag-based one and the bottom is the one for wordpress. So grab the bottom one.
Of course, we are always open to suggestions on features and usability so if you have a wordpress.com blog or know someone who has one and is in need of something similar, please try it and tell us your opinion!