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Title: Disqus alternative
URL: https://jointcomments.com/
Description: Embeddable Comment Widget: Get more engagement with our easy to use commenting system. The setup takes just a few clicks. Manage multiple websites in one dashboard Embed anywhere (websites, static pages, ecommerce) Invite your team members as moderators Define upvote & comment limits Customize the widget colors and widget position See stats of your community See top commenters & top comments Ban users permanently or temporarily Notifications for commenters ??Upcoming Features: Thread level comment moderation, Social Media & Gmail Login for commenters, Pin Comments, Auto Approval for Specific Commenters, Akismet integration for SPAM protection, Custom CSS, Monetization with Native Ads, JOINT (erc-20) token rewards. Blog commenting is still an effective strategy no matter what you may have heard! The current online marketing trend is that it’s ineffective, but that’s simply not true. The critics of this tactic think that it can look a little spammy, so they avoid it. However, it isn’t spammy as long as you do it correctly. In other words, we advocate for a white-hat method of commenting on other people’s blogs as a way to build links. While it is best practice that blog links are “no follow”, commenting is still a great tactic for naturally stimulating the link building process. Not only that, but commenting helps build your brand, increase’s your credibility, helps with social media, and can even enhance your SEO campaign. We are keen on following influential people’s opinions and actions when there’s indecision on certain things. It’s good to know the rationale behind their actions and learn from their experiences. In 2014, the Copyblogger team decided to remove comments. One of the main reasons for their move was spam. Around 96 percent of the comments they got were useless. Too much time could’ve been wasted in moderating these comments. Instead, they chose to focus more on creating content with that saved time. But they don’t suggest that each and every blogger should start removing the comments. Especially, for starters, it’s the best way to hear the voice of your audience. Let it grow and see what happens. In 2016, with the re-design of their website Copyblogger brought back the comments section. They were missing the instant feedback they used to get via comments. But it came with a change: The comments are only open for seven days. I think it’s a good strategy to prevent unnecessary spam in the long run.

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