Disqus is a great way to add comments and discussions to your website or blog. If you’re not familiar with it, check out this recent article on Web.AppStorm: Keeping Up With the Disqus(ions) on Your Site (And a Giveaway!)
At its core, Disqus is a centralized commenting system that lets you focus on building your site and adding content rather than creating an awesome comment system. If you’re setting out to create a new Tumblr, static HTML site, or even many newer blogging systems like Calepin, Disqus is the default option if you want to enable comments. It’s brought millions of sites to life that otherwise would have only had static content, and is an increasingly popular option even for replacing existing comment systems in WordPress and more.
You can use Disqus for free, but Disqus Pro (normally $299/month) gives you so much more:
- advanced reader analytics
- moderation reports
- custom theming
Check out the details on Web.AppStorm. And while you’re there, give yourself a chance to win. We’re giving away both a 12-month subscription and a 6-month subscription to Disqus Pro.
Just leave a comment on Web.AppStorm (comments left here don’t count!) leaving a link to your site, and telling us why your site needs Disqus Pro.
The competition closes at midnight, December 12th CST. Envato staff or people who have written more than two articles or tutorials for AppStorm are ineligible to enter.