I loved all the configuration options, their way of threading comments, and especially the functional and attractive emailing system. I hear from readers consistently through social media, email, and in my comments.
They have various options available for managing, moderating, and changing the appearance of comments. From time to time, I hear complaints about certain things. But at the same time, complaints can occasionally represent a tiny percentage of a group – and sometimes they represent a majority.
The only problem is we don't know when that's done, and it also fills in "0 comments" for us when we may not want it to.
If you haven't noticed already, the modified version uses j Query in two places.
This way if you ever restructure your blog, the comment threads will still work so long as the post filenames are the same.
Integrating social plugins into your website is pretty straight forward.
So when complaints arise, you have to take them seriously and weigh them in terms of how they affect the majority of your audience.
For the most part, I had very few people complain about Disqus to me – so I assumed only a few subscribers disliked it.
In short, it makes the technology part of running an online business simple so that online marketers and business owners can focus on building audiences and growing businesses.
The Hub Spot COS blog comes with built-in commenting on the blog, and there are benefits to using Hub Spot's native comments function, like using Hub Spot's analytics to track leads from comments.
The bottom line is, the only reason Mary used Disqus on my blog is because she wanted to support that were written by a friend.