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Disqus updates blog comments plugin, user tools

Disqus is one of a handful of third party comment systems that bloggers and web publishes can install to supercharge the comment sections of their web sites. It provides tools that are missing from many web publishing platforms, including threaded comments, rankings, and the ability for users to login with their Facebook, Twitter, or OpenID credentials. Today Disqus rolled out version 3.0, whi...

Intense Debate blog comment system now supports plugins

Intense Debate is a third party comment service for blogging platforms like WordPress, Blogger, and TypePad. Automattic, the company behind WordPress bought the company last year and began adding its features including threaded comments to WordPress. But you can still install Intense Debate for use with other blogging platforms. And now you can also install plugins for Intense Debate that add ne...

YackTrack shows you all the places people are commenting

First, there were blog comments. But then there were Twitter, FriendFeed, Disqus, Google BlogSearch, and a host of other ways people could attach feedback to a particular URL. YackTrack is a service that aims to help you see all of these different types of comments in the same place. Just enter a URL, and it will return every comment on that URL that it can find across multiple services. YackTrac...

Disqus blog comment system adds trackbacks: Will it be enough?

Blog comment company Disqus was built around one pretty simple idea: the comment systems on most blogs stink. Disqus offers advanced comment features for Blogger, TypePad, Moveable Type, WordPress and other platforms. Features like avatar support, threaded comments, and the ability to rank other users comments. The biggest difference between Disqus and the default comment systems on most blogs i...

Automattic buys Intense Debate, better Wordpress comments coming soon

Automattic, the company behind the popular WordPress blog publishing software has acquired blog commenting service Intense Debate. We've covered Intense Debate in the past. The service provides web publishers a replacement for the default comments systems supplied by WordPress, Blogger, and Moveable Type and other blog platforms. By installing the plugin, you get threaded comments, reputations, a...

Disqus launches improved Wordpress plugin, now SEO-friendly

Disqus offers web publishers the ability to spruce up their comments sections with advanced features including threaded comments, avatars, and ratings. Perhaps the most significant advantage Disqus offers over the default Blogger, Wordpress, TypePad or Moveable Type comments features is the fact that users can sign up for one Disqus account and leave comments on thousands of blogs and web sites....

Intense Debate blog comment system launches public beta

And the race for complete and total dominance of the blog comment marketplace is on. OK, not really, but Disqus isn't the only blog commenting system launching today. After spending a few months in private beta, Intense Debate is launching an open beta this morning. Both Intense Debate and Disqus offer web publishers an advanced comment system with support for threaded comments and the ability t...

Manage blog comments with Disqus

If you only read one website every day, it's probably not too difficult to keep on the conversation around various posts. Just leave a comment with your two cents and keep checking back to see if anyone's responded. Some sites will even let you subscribe to blog comments by e-mail. But if you read and comment on dozens or hundreds of blogs on a regular basis, this can get a bit tedious. A few mont...