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Question About Blog Comments

I have had some comments about the blogger comment system being flaky. And frankly, it is rather rudimentary. I am considering moving the Disqus commenting system. I am sure you have seen it and used it all over the interwebs.

What do you guys think, would this be a positive change?

*subhead*Time to change?*subhead*

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15 comments:

Amy Giglio said...

I hate Disqus so much. It's always super wonky at Patheos. Simcha Fischer wrote about her frustration with it a few weeks ago.

Adrienne said...

Disqus has always preformed well for me. I particualily like the "white list/black list" feature. A flick of the keyboard and someone is gone and banned.

Patrick Archbold said...

I like the additional features. I wonder if the flakiness at Patheos is a Diqus thing or a Patheos thing.

Suzanne F. said...

Disqus is becoming standard I seem to do okay with it. I use intensedebate.com -- somewhat rudimentary.

TerentiaJ said...

It's a Disqus thing. Disqus comments don't even show on Internet Explorer for me. If I want to read comments, I have to open the page in Chrome and I really don't like Chrome.

TerentiaJ said...

It's a Disqus thing. Disqus comments don't even show on Internet Explorer for me. If I want to read comments, I have to open the page in Chrome and I really don't like Chrome.

Joel said...

I use Disqus, mostly because I don't want to mess with having to migrate again. I switched when Haloscan went kaput. I was able to export my Haloscan comments but haven't managed to get them to import into Disqus.

Disqus is a hassle, but it's kinda the path of least resistance.

ArtND76 said...

Why not WordPress? Besides this being a blogger (Google) hosted site? Seriously, if others have clear reasons for or against I would like to know as well.

Jeffrey Stuart said...

Wordpress + Disqus = Winner

Las Vegas Mama said...

I like Disqus and I use it on other site like life site news. I have never had a problem with it. Go for it.

Gail Finke said...

I hate Disqus.

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David L Alexander said...

"Throughout the early years of Hadoop online traning code writers and data analysts required to deal with big info came with elaborate degrees in higher education ...

... and there you have it, Pat, whatever it is.

Elizabeth said...

I like Disqus just fine.

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