This article describes how to install and configure the Disqus Comment System plugin for WordPress. This plugin enables you to easily integrate Disqus comments into a WordPress blog.
To install the Disqus Comment System plugin, follow these steps:
After you install the Disqus Comment System plugin, you can configure it.
To configure the plugin, follow these steps:
Disqus is the world's most used commenting system that you can easily integrate into your blog. Disqus is particularly popular among WordPress users. Disqus makes it possible to improve your audience interaction with your website. This makes it possible to increase visitor loyalty, keep your audience coming back and to build an successful online community.
Follow our instructions to get Disqus integrated into your WordPress site in a matter of minutes. You'll even be able to import your existing comments from your site.
Easy Disqus Comment Moderation
With Akismet, Disqus will help you save time with its automatic comment spam prevention. You'll be able to moderate comments through a number of methods including through email, right within the discussion or within the Disqus panel. Easily search, filter and manage all of your comments within the Disqus moderation control panel. Your audience will also be able to help you moderate comments with advanced features like blogging and flagging inapporpriate comments.
Disqus Features & Benefits
Disqus has become so popular thanks to the fact it's loaded with features and benefits for both you and your audience. Here are some of features:
Disqus began to be developed midway through 2007 by Daniel Ha and Jason Yan. Ha and Yan had known each other since 7th grade, and began their Disqus development while they were students at the University of California. Disqus actually began as just a unique domain registration before it evolved into the commenting platform.
The Disqus team applied and were accepted into the startup incubator Y Combinator. Y Combinator has helped launch a number of well known companies including Stripe, Airbnb, DoorDash, Dropbox and more. Disqus was able to secure 10 million in funding by May 2011 thanks to Y Combinator. As of 2011, 3/4 of websites who were using third-party commenting systems were using Disqus. Disqus was acquired by Zeta Global in December of 2017, but continued operations as usual.
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